The client approached DigiGround to create their branding, including a logo design, email signature, letterhead and envelope. They took advantage of our competitive packaging to receive an entire brand kit and guidelines. Once completed, our web developers started to work on the website, determining the website would initially be small, with three main pages.
The homepage, the contact page and the transform page would feature their USP. We would also include a blog page to expand the number of pages on their website, as the best practice for SEO is to have a minimum of eight webpages. Slawka wrote some amazing blogs and content for the webpage and the DigiGround team just made slight changes to get them internet and search engine ready. The website design and development moved rapidly, with the webpages being ready for launch within only a matter of weeks.
DigiGround was proud to be part of the client’s branding and development process and will continue to work with them in the future, providing ongoing monitoring of the website in our software and helping with the blog and content writing.