Websites for accountants

Discover a modern new visual style for your accountancy practice and a website that delivers a return on investment through User Experience & Brand Positioning that moves you away from your competitors.

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Which design is best for your accounting firm & customers?

Design ideas include modern, minimalist, traditional & lead generation styles of accounting.

All designs are not created from templates - they are bespoke and designed uniquely for your business - and include on-page Search Engine Optimisation to improve your rankings in Google, although further SEO projects are available too.

The websites are built in WordPress using Elementor and typically over 2-3 months.
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1. A traditional lead gen local accountant website design

There are thousands of local accountants across the country, and tens of thousands across the world. They all have one overall goal; more leads online. This fairly traditional lead generation style website design ensures that a quote for accounting services is high on the agenda. 

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Accountant website for leadgen

Having the option to quickly fill in a form increases leads.

Short line lengths makes the text easy to read

2. A modern brochure style accountant website

This more brochure style of website would benefit an accountancy practice which isn’t looking to maximimse leads through their site, but needs to demonstrate their brand visually and services to potential customers who have been contacted offline. The headline font is a modern style – a serif font with the hallmarks of modern sans-serif lettering.

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Modern lead generation and call to action homepage for accountants

Focus very much on the heading

Second box on this row allows for more information without visitor overwhelm

3. A chic & modern accountant or business consultancy website

If you’re looking to impress and catch the eye of modern entrepreneurial businesses owners, a structured and elegant accountancy practice website with a few modern visual touches will help to differentiate from the competition. The single curved edge gives this design a feeling of uniqueness and “out of the box” thinking. It also features a “scroll” element.

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Chick accountant website design

Single curved edge gives a modern twist.

Scroll ensures visitors are never uncertain.

4. A traditional accountant site, with a dynamic visual twist

For a fairly traditional accountancy practice who would like an update and to modernise their brand a little visually, this design could help to bring User Experience principles to the front with a simple and attractive layout, clear buttons and short line lengths, allowing visitors to read without becoming overwhelmed. 

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Traditional accountant website design with a few twists to bring it up to date

Slanted design gives a modern feel to a traditional design.

Transparent elements add visual interest

5. A small business consultancy modern brochure style website

If you’re looking to provide small businesses with clear options using modern and beautiful design and strong brand positioning, with text overlayed on images, this style could allow you to stand out from your completition, especially if you work with creative industries. 

It also features calls to action which separate the users of the site into two groups, so their particular needs can be attended to.

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Modern fresh accountant and business consultancy website design

Text over the image brings the design up to date

Separating audiences ensure both are dealt with individually.

6. A minimalist accountancy practice website design

If you’d like to present a minimalist approach, with the relaxed feel that accompanies it, a website which focuses more on white space (also known as negative space) might suit. This kind of design, and the colour palette, suggests you’re very much in control and professional.   

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Modern minimalist accountant website design

Horizonal line helps to make the design feel "expensive".

7. A traditional accountant website

Choosing a design is about is about understanding your customers; the users of your website. A simple design can be right for accountants who have clients who are fairly traditional businesses. However, it’s possible to elevate the design with a small amount of visual interest that draw attention to your expertise.

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Traditional accountant website design

Tan coloured background behind image brings visual interest.

Short line lengths increase visitors interaction

8. A clear and simple accountancy website design

For many accountants, a fairly clear and simple yet modern design can ensure that your users feel at home with your website, while allowing for room to gain clients who might have been out of reach with a more traditional design that might offer less interesting typography and design elements. 

This additionally focuses on receiving leads for accountancy quotes, leading to increased amounts of leads generated and clarifies core accountancy services immediately.

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Fresh and up to date accountant practice website design

Services are immediately obvious, reducing visitor hunting 

Rounded corners bring friendliness & interest

9. A modern brochure accountant design with visual interest

A happy smiling customer will always make visitors feel warm, but a small amount of visual interest can bring an image based site up to date. This site design also uses a “burger menu”, which is known to be less effective for converting visitors, so this would be considered more of a brochure style. 

Google rankings could be further improved by changing the “generating opportunity” headline to a phrase which the page is attempting to rank for since it’s the first content Google reads on the page.

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Dynamic modern graphical website redesign

Not necessary to just have text over an image

Background boxes keep the page more interesting.

Easy to use sites

Ensuring visitors don't become confused, with a clear and easy to use design.

Responsive website

Mobile usage is huge today, so websites are built with this in mind.

User experience (UX)

Your website will be clear and align with the needs of your visitors.

Websites Q&A

It may be that you’re the kind of person who isn’t impacted by visual design. Or maybe you are, but you don’t quite recognise it.

However, most website visitors only give a site a few seconds before generating a first impression of that entire accounting practice. 

If your first impression is poor, your opportunity to close that business reduces significantly.

The vast majority of business websites fail at the first hurdle: being clear what they actually can do. It’s only when someone trained in UX points this out that it becomes obvious.

Allow me to take a look through your website using the form at the top or bottom of the page and I’ll explain better how this impacts your site.

We visually design the website using Figma, which is a very popular design tool among the User Experience community.

Then we use WordPress and Elementor to make it available on the internet. This will allow easy access to the site in the future for ourselves, or anyone you choose.

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You are welcome to do whatever you want with the website after you take delivery and the final bills are paid.

Our process is everything to us. It helps us to build the success that we know you want:

  1. Business analysis; we want to understand who you are and what you do.
  2. Page analysis; we work with you to visually create the list of pages needed, and the key content needed on each.
  3. Visual style; we work on one or two pages with you, to set the style.
  4. Visual design; we design most of the other types page.
  5. Creation of the site; we build the site and finalise
  6. Launch; we finish off any little bits and then launch the site.  

Our process begins with style setting: rough visual mockups, which can be chosen or removed.

We then iterate on the preferred optionuntil we have half a page which seems right.

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