Hexagons and angled lines were used to break up the order of the site, with a gallery, a news feed, contact form and information on the company and locations included.
It had to attract as many new customers as possible for the new venue opening in Inverclyde, drawing from potential markets in Greenock, Port Glasgow and Gourock.
The website was originally designed as a brochure site to explain the sport and show fun chaotic nature of the activities.
The initial website brief for Bubble Soccer was a few pages of information about the business and a gallery.
But pretty soon Bubble Soccer Scotland grew from a few locations around Greenock to venues across Scotland.
Pretty Soon Bubble Soccer Scotland became Bubble Soccer England, then Bubble Soccer World.
And the site grew with it.
As the business grew I adapted the website into a booking enquiry site so that Gary could handle enquiries online through the website.
The original website was 4 pages,
The website now measures over 3000 pages!