After interviewing Jamie on location at Audiofix HQ in Bristol, it was clear the copy for his website would need to suit his detail-orientated customers.

Jamie wanted a simple one-page design that would load fast and look good on mobile. He also wanted a low-touch way to manage new booking enquiries.

After weighing up several options, we went with Typeform in the final build, which is a great user experience for the customer. It also integrates straight into Jamie's CRM. A full calendar = more in the kitty for the annual Employee of the Year party, an important tradition at Audiofix HQ.

My customers always mention how tidy my website is, and they love the Typeform. If you want your website to be about more than struggling to close an annoying popup, you've come to the right place.
— Jamie @ Audiofix
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