In this age of information and era (more than just a trend) where ‘content is king’, the timing of our custom website designs for Delancey couldn’t be more apt. A specialist real estate investment and advisory company with over twenty-five years of experience, they make sure to offer information to the areas in their jurisdiction – especially in these trying times where people require the most up-to-date information about the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak.
So spinning out from this ‘mother’ website so to speak are what are known as community hub websites which are tailored to the specific community areas that Delancey covers. As a leading London web agency, our custom website designs are always made for the target audience in mind, so each of these hub websites took on a distinct style and function. For example the Elephant and Castle hub website features vibrant and artistic imagery and an eye-catching colour coded design that is in keeping with the feeling and theme of the physical area. The Earls Court hub website likewise has its own aesthetic and style, showcasing a sleek layout, visual tabs in the header and a contact from in the footer.
Each of these elements attune to our expert user experience (UX) which means that they are turbocharged to perform for those who need them most.
So at the time of writing while the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak imposes certain lockdown rules on living; these hub websites provide the respective communities with the most up-to-date information, activities, resources and more from the area in an effort to empower residents with the knowledge of what is going on around them.
As with all of our custom website design work, Webheads delivered these projects to our client both on time and on budget. This removes a pain point from the workload of those responsible for an online presence as they choose us, a leading London web agency in business for over two decades, to design and deploy this to an expert level. We thoroughly enjoyed working on this project and really support this concept of empowering residents with information – especially in these more trying times.