John Gaunt

Licensing solicitors John Gaunt specialise in providing comprehensive training and advice to gambling, retail and hospitality companies. UK businesses including pubs, restaurants and clubs have been reliant on their services for more than two decades, which has led to a considerable growth in stature for the company.

Given the reputation they command, John Gaunt decided back in 2015 that they were ready for a revamp of their digital presence. This was influenced by a need to acquire new features in line with natural business development. Having enjoyed a long-standing relationship with the client, we were delighted to help provide them with the new website they required.

Project Details

With the new John Gaunt website, we integrated a series of new features that helped the client to meet the changing requirements of their customers. These included the development of a new booking system for training courses and e-learning. Courses can now be booked using Sagepay, a secure payment method.

The new site was also built at a time where emphasis towards mobile and tablet use was becoming ever-more prevalent. This influenced the responsive design, which revolved around a clear, simple-to-use layout. Other notable styling included accessible text and prominent call-to-action buttons. Following launch, the new John Gaunt website has helped to streamline the company’s messaging and improve engagement with modern-day digital users.

  • Streamlined design with prominent call-to-action buttons
  • Integration of booking system for training and e-learning courses
  • Built to help the company better serve users across all devices
  • Integration of secure payment method

“This is the 2nd website that we have had built by Evoluted. On both occasions, they sought to understand the nature of our business and the clients we were trying to attract - each time exceeding our expectations with the end result. The websites were also set up in a way that allows us full control of the content without having to worry about damaging the style.”

Jonathan Pupius | John Gaunt