Becky Lawson

Visualsoft Directors recognised in the Online Fashion 100

In the world of fashion Leon Bailey Green is recognised as an influential character who dedicates his time to helping fashion websites raise their online profile, as well as hosting his own fashion blog. Today Leon Bailey Green released his annual Online Fashion 100 list which featured two of our very own Directors; Tim Johnson and Matt Burton.

In celebration of Online Fashion Week, VOGUE.COM teamed up with the Online Fashion 100 to exclusively unveil the 2012 list today, which documents the 100 most influential names and faces from the digital fashion world.

The Visualsoft duo appeared in the list alongside big names such as David Worby, Director at Harrods Direct, founder of Nick Robertson and Theo Paphitis, who owns lingerie retailer Boux Avenue as well as appearing on the popular TV show Dragon’s Den.

Tim Johnson, Visualsoft’s Sales Director spoke out about appearing on the list, saying: ‘It’s a great honour to be recognised by any publication for the work we do, but to be recognised by Leon Bailey Green and Vogue is an amazing achievement for myself, Matt and Visualsoft as a company. It’s testament to a significant contribution in the field which Visualsoft has achieved with over 500 clients, and of these 35% are fashion clients.”

Visualsoft offers a wide range of services to online retailers, including eCommerce website design, development and online marketing services for online retailers. The company recently secured a number of big name fashion clients including Hervia, Cricket Fashion and single brand retailer Ash Footwear.

One of Visualsoft’s longstanding clients Tic Watches also featured in the list. Owner Danny Richmond wasn’t content with just appearing in the list, he also scooped the Best Dressed Male award in the Online Fashion 100 2012 public poll.

To download the full top 100, visit Leon Bailey Green’s Blog at, or to learn more about Visualsoft and our range of eCommerce services, feel free to contact us for an informal and friendly chat.

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