Published: 28 March 2014
Sagittarius are pleased to report the recent launch of the Kent and Medway Safety Camera Partnership (K&MSCP) refreshed website - www.kmscp.org
The original K&MSCP website was originally designed and developed in late 2009 by Sagittarius. Whilst the site has been successful in its aim of providing the general public with key information from K&MSCP, Sagittarius were aware of the changing times of technology and design and suggested that the site would benefit from an update and to also accommodate an ever growing audience from mobile and tablet devices.
The newly launched websites main objective was to serve the customer from a service, technology and multiple device perspective. The new site incorporates a fresh new design and has been built to focus on the key information and services that users want. This has been based on thoroughly analysing the way that users used the previous website, understanding their informational and service needs.
Technology and design updates included within the new website include an enhanced user experience to ensure that people can get to the information that interests them from wherever they access and enter the website whether this be via a desktop, laptop, tablet or mobile.
Sagittarius were also pleased to work on KMSCP’s latest campaign ‘Street Lights Mean 30’ which has also been heavily incorporated into the new website and includes social media campaigns, a Kent regional television advert and YouTube video (http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuJh0ffPJfaPeDnV3RveKDQ)
The 'Streetlights Mean 30' campaign aims to raise awareness that if you are in a built up area and there are streetlights then the speed limit is 30mph unless it is signed otherwise.
For further information on Kent and Medway Safety Camera Partnership, please visit: www.kmscp.org