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Ensuring a Flow of Fresh Content

To initiate this project, we conducted a collaborative session with the key stakeholders at Tippetts/Weaver architects to gain insights into their unique value proposition as architects and to define the objectives for their website. With these inputs in mind, we proceeded to develop a comprehensive content outline and sitemap, followed by the design approval phase.

To streamline the process and empower the client, we utilized a user-friendly WordPress project template. This approach enabled us to provide the necessary training to the client, empowering them to independently add new projects. They can effortlessly input copy, upload images, and assign categories, ensuring the website remains up-to-date and visually captivating.

The outcome of this project is a remarkable website that not only offers valuable information but also showcases T/Wa’s impressive portfolio. By allowing the customer to maintain their website themselves, it ensures a consistent flow of fresh content as they regularly add new projects. This approach ensures that their website consistently represents their evolving expertise and latest achievements.

Curious about how user-centered-design best practices were applied to this project? Get into the UX weeds!

Team: Mike Zban logo and brand guidance, Ron Flory development

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