Friday 13th September 2013
Why our new website does more than showcase our visualisations
Besides a whole new design, and moving the site to WordPress so that it works equally well on mobile and tablets, we’ve totally overhauled all our content.
Our Services pages have been written to make our services easier to understand. We know it can be confusing to know which one to choose and the difference between them. Each service now includes:
- a ‘How we create’ section to describe how each type of visualisation is produced
- the possible uses and advantages of each type of visualisation.
We’ve also created specific page for architects, property developers, interior designers, planners and marketing agencies, giving you more information on how you can make the most of the visualisations you commission.
The Work page includes more projects and more imagery than our previous site.
- You can filter the projects by 4 main categories – Residential, Commercial, Interior and Public – or by tags for more specific searches.
- Each project includes nice big images so you can really see the detail in the projects.
- Most projects include a quote from the client, so you can see what others think about us.
The Blog is an important new addition to the site. It will draw on our experiences of the last 8 years in the architectural visualisation industry, answer the most frequently asked questions, highlight interesting projects, and provide tips and techniques.
If there’s anything you’ve always wanted to know about architectural visualisation (but never asked) then please ask us so we can write a blog post and share it with others.
The About page reveals more about our company, so you can get to know us a little better. You can also discover:
- 5 excellent reasons to work with us
- why we have offices in the UK and Latvia
- a little more about who will be producing your visualisations
We would love to know what you think about our new website. Is the information useful? Email us, or sign up to our newsletter for free visualisation advice and project updates.