Greene King

Raising the bar with best in class Umbraco consultancy


Greene King is a leading pub retailer and brewer. It runs over 2,700 pubs, restaurants and hotels in England, Wales and Scotland.

With a rich heritage of over 200 years, Greene King brew award winning beers and have pubs that are managed, tenanted, leased and franchised, all from their headquarters in Bury St. Edmunds.

In 2019 they rebranded. The new look needed to be reflected on the front end of their Umbraco pub partner intranet, a one-stop shop which makes running and managing pubs easier for all its partners.

The Challenge


SteadyGo were approached by Greene King and asked to create a Front End Design Toolkit featuring key brand assets that their internal technical team could lift and shift during their Umbraco development sprints.


Being relatively new to the Umbraco platform, its team also needed a little coaching and consultancy from our certified experts.

What we did


The front end toolkit was a great asset library for their internal back end development team, who used it to create an intranet platform front end. The intranet would be used to store a range of extensive details and communications relating to licensing, marketing, tenancies and cellar service information.


Using the brand guidelines and wireframes supplied by Greene King, we designed a toolkit using the Bootstrap framework to make a quick cheat sheet of in line classes which could be used to create any page within Umbraco. Core features designed in line with their branding included menus, fonts, buttons and lists, as well as forms and fields, images, icons, tables and widgets.


Our development team also provided specialist, Umbraco consultancy expertise making their technical implementation even smoother. Plus, we were on hand to support Greene King after its launch with plenty of follow up help.


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