RENOVA, a company specialising in custom home retrofits and based in Kilmacanogue, Bray, Co. Wicklow required a new website for their business. The company was quite happy with their existing website but were aware of it’s shortcomings when viewed on tablets and mobile phones etc. The decision was made to build a new website which would allow a new site structure and design layout to be put in place as well as ensuring that the technology used behind the website was as current as possible.
The website is primarily a brochure website and RENOVA were able to provide plenty of high quality photographs of projects completed and testimonials from satisfied clients. RENOVA will be promoting their business through the internet and intend to use the blog area of their website to provide an internet resource for anyone planning a renovation in the near future. The website was built once again using WordPress as RENOVA are keen to keep the website updated themselves.
“In 2015 I was really struggling with the redesign of our website. I was finding it very difficult to get other website design companies to understand what I was trying to achieve. Then, one day, I discovered Sinéad and all was good again, it was a great relief. Sinéad took time to listen and ‘got us’ very quickly. I was immediately reassured because it was quickly clear that she has a great design eye and genuine appreciation for our brand. It came as no surprise to learn that Sinéad had studied at the National College of Art and Design. Our website is complete now but like all websites it requires ongoing maintenance and updates. Sinéad has been very helpful with this, providing a prompt service every time. RENOVA and Ridge Design have an ongoing working relationship which is working very well. I’d describe Sinéad as the custodian of our website which is very reassuring.”
John Martin, Owner at RENOVA
Design and build website. Provide advice on the layout including text and images. Give some SEO advice.
Construction and Design, Creative Business, Website Design