Mycab launches new website designed by Xigen

Mycab website from Xigen

Mycab - the global transfers, taxi and chauffeur service of corporate travelers - has launched a new website - www.mycabinternational.com - designed by creative digital agency Xigen.

The site has undergone a full redesign as it moves away from its legacy website, providing a new layout aimed at improving the user journey, designed to work across multiple devices and browsers. The new website is fully integrated with Mycab’s www.mycabtravel.com site, which remains as a booking hub for customers. In the coming months this will be integrated with the new site.

Xigen is also currently working on new region-specific versions of the Mycab website that will go live in markets including Sweden, the Middle East and North America in the next few months.

James Raffo, CMO at Mycab, said:“We appointed Xigen because of their expertise in creating high quality websites that engage with global audiences, and we have not been let down.

“I’m delighted with the new website Xigen has designed and implemented. Not only has their work brought the brand up to the mark online, but the modern, fast and easy to use website will engage our core audiences and help Mycab continue our rapid growth.”

James Pruden, studio director at Xigen, added: “Mycab operate in a rapidly transforming marketplace, so we have focused on delivering a redesign that not only clearly communicates their core proposition and improves the user experience, but will also help generate global cut through.

“We’re already working on the regional version of their site for the Swedish market and are looking forward to working on other region-specific sites to help ensure they remain head and shoulders above the competition.”

Founded in 2002, Xigen is a full service, creative digital design agency working with blue-chip clients including Thomson, Reuters and Oxfam.

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