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The Brief

We were commissioned by a property maintenance and security firm who required a website to market their new business venture, expanding on a pre-existing business model in a related field.

We agreed to one of our web design Cornwall services and started work almost immediately.

From the off, one of the biggest things to achieve with the site was to appeal to the two distinctive target audiences for the site, property owners and property guardians (tenants). This was to be achieved whilst maintaining a consistency across the brand, brining everything together in to a professional package.

The website was also to be colourful in design, a lot of the competitors in the field has professional looking websites, but many very sterile and not achieving the desirability required across the two distinct markets.

The property management website was to be designed in WordPress, with the ability to add, remove and update properties on the site as and when they become available for tenants.

Property Management Responsive Website
Property Management Wordpress Site

The Solution

The client was requested the use of WordPress, which is our bread and butter, so the platform choices for the site were straight forward. We worked through a few sites that the client liked the look of and spent time analysing the competition, working together to assess what worked and what didn’t.

From there, we built the first couple of pages to establish the look and feel of the site. After a few tweaks the client was delighted to go ahead, excited to see the full final product. With a great combination of stylish icons, strong colours and even a video on the home page, we could see this was going to come together to make a great end product.

We used WordPress to its full advantage, working out a really simple system for managing available properties. This allowed the client to add, edit and remove properties for rent as they become available or come off the market. The end result was no different to editing a post or page within the WordPress Dashboard.