Paul and the Construction 4U team needed a clear but informative website to propel their new business venture. Portraying quality of work was important, thus placing an importance on the images across the site, but a significant amount of content also had to be structured in a way that enabled visitors to comprehend what they were reading.View live project
The Construction 4U website launched in October 2018.
We believe the outcome is a highly professional website that reflects the businesses branding and key values.
A simple but striking homepage was created using the slider and images.
Whilst a call to action is important, we discussed with Paul around how it's a word of mouth industry and the importance of client testimonials - thus, using these as the main landing feature; something a little different.
The blue theme runs through out the site, used in the navigation buttons and headings to really draw the eye.
Through working with Domin8 Media, the website also combines text, imagery and videos to ensure the messages get across to visitors in a multitude of ways.
The secondary pages show consistency with the homepage, but use different images and key headings to distinguish the content.
The website utilizes the content management system (CMS) to enable easy updates, by both Paul and the Domin8 Designs team, for the "Work", "FAQ" and "Client Testimonial" areas.
Paul had also setup an external management system, which we used their coding to ensure there's a dialogue between the website and this platform - an advanced feature.
Overall, we're really pleased with the outcome of the Construction 4U website, and look forward to working with Paul on some further scope of work he has lined up.
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