A DIGITAL DESIGN AGENCY THAT UNDERSTANDS DATA & TECH

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TECHNICAL MASTERY

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case study
BRANDING
WEB UI & UX DESIGN
WEBSITE BUILD

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BRANDING, WEBSITE UI & UX DESIGN, WEBSITE BUILD, BROCHURES, STATIONERY
The website User Interface (UI) and User Experience (UX) were designed to provide a different user experience for commercial and residential customers. The rationale for this approach was that commercial customers require a large volume of technical information, whereas residential customers prefer to see only basic information. Additionally, research suggested that commercial customers would be more receptive to 'industrial' styling, whereas residential users would respond better to more emotive imagery.
The website User Interface (UI) and User Experience (UX) were designed to provide a different user experience for commercial and residential customers. The rationale for this approach was that commercial customers require a large volume of technical information, whereas residential customers prefer to see only basic information. Additionally, research suggested that commercial customers would be more receptive to 'industrial' styling, whereas residential users would respond better to more emotive imagery.
BRANDING, WEBSITE UI & UX DESIGN, WEBSITE BUILD, BROCHURES, STATIONERY
The website User Interface (UI) and User Experience (UX) were designed to provide a different user experience for commercial and residential customers. The rationale for this approach was that commercial customers require a large volume of technical information, whereas residential customers prefer to see only basic information. Additionally, research suggested that commercial customers would be more receptive to 'industrial' styling, whereas residential users would respond better to more emotive imagery.
The website User Interface (UI) and User Experience (UX) were designed to provide a different user experience for commercial and residential customers. The rationale for this approach was that commercial customers require a large volume of technical information, whereas residential customers prefer to see only basic information. Additionally, research suggested that commercial customers would be more receptive to 'industrial' styling, whereas residential users would respond better to more emotive imagery.
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