Teamwork Security was formed in 2004 and works closely with the Maritime Security Resilience Division of the Department for Transport. They provide Port Facility Security Officer training along with offering the full range of ISPS and security consultancy services to the shore based maritime community.
In 2017 following demand from existing clients and their need for a “one stop shop”, Teamwork Security, together with trusted Associates, moved into general consulting offering SME’s and existing ISPS clients a broad spectrum of support services ranging from HR advice to corporate governance.Visit Website
In truth the only reason I chose Priority Pixels was the location was convenient to our office. However, from the initial introduction to the final product we couldn’t have made a better selection. All members of the team at Priority Pixels do all they can to make the website process as painless as possible. If like me you know nothing about web-design I could not recommend them more highly. Prices are pretty good as well!
The original Teamwork Security website was very out of date and had not being touched in well over a decade. A new website was needed to showcase the companies growing list of services. With potential new clients on the horizon, Teamwork Security needed a professional looking website that reflects their company vision and values.
Teamwork Security needed a new website to showcase their growing list of services and training courses to act as a point of reference for new and existing customers. The team at Priority Pixels were excited at the opportunity to make this a possibility.
The new Teamwork Security website is a bespoke design built by our in-house team of graphic and web designers. Initial visuals were created using the clients existing branding and logo. Adobe XD was used to create the visuals, providing an interactive web page for the client as apposed to a flat PDF. This helps to show the client what the final website will look and work like.
Once the visuals were agreed they were passed to our in-house web developers. The designs were coded in HTML5 and CSS3 and WordPress has been used as a content management system. Navigation of the site has been kept simple, each service page has a sub menu on the right hand side allowing users to easily navigate to other pages of the website. A contact form has been placed at the bottom of each page to make it as easy as possible for customers to get in touch.
As the new Teamwork Security website is built in WordPress, this means it is fully content managed allowing Teamwork Security to add new pages and content themselves.