New innovative responsive website design for Hilton Smythe

One of the UK’s leading business transfer agent and brokers has undergone a complete redesign of its website to cater to the growing number of customers that use tablets and mobiles when going online.

Launched in 2011, Hilton Smythe specialises in nationwide property services to commercial and corporate clients. The company has grown at a rapid rate with over 35 staff employed and a new website design has been created to reflect the brand’s exciting new business goals.

The new site has been updated to make it much more user-friendly and easy to navigate; it features a responsive design, so the website can now be used on tablets and mobiles.

This was very important to Hilton Smythe due to the increase in people using these forms of technology to gain information online.

Oven Creative, a Bolton-based design and communications company, was hired to carry out the re-design of the commercial website and brochure. They had the difficult remit of branding the company with a bold, refreshing and innovative approach but the finished products are absolutely amazing.

PJ Web, a software and web development specialist, also worked in partnership to undergo the development of the new site.

Gareth Smyth, managing director of Hilton Smythe, said: “We’re really pleased with the new website and feel that it represents our brand. We’re hoping that the new site allows us to cater to all our customers and will help us to continue to grow as a business.”

He added: “Oven Creative had, without a doubt, invested a great deal of time into understanding our business and our design needs and the finished result was something which we did not anticipate would have been possible. The service and support has been phenomenal. There was only minimal interaction required between the briefing period and finished product as we were totally satisfied with what was presented, nonetheless, our queries and requests were always expeditiously responded to.” The project lasted a total of 5 months with the new site launching early August. You can view the new site for yourself at