Linley & Simpson required a website refresh to bring it a more modern and fresh style, and feel.
To keep in line with the new website's style, they also wanted to a brand refresh.
The client's old website was built on a template system, that didn't lend itself naturally to CMS, so our first step was to get a new CMS up and running with the content being taken from the existing site.
Whilst this was in progress, the designer was able to work on the new website designs to get approval and mount them into the CMS, allowing us to see where content would need to be altered easier. An importer was required to bring properties in from a feed, provided to Veco Eurolink. This functionality was then built upon once the base CMS had been created.
Once all content had been adjusted, and properties were importing, we were able to do final optimisations to the site for mobile rendering, and improving page load time. The site was tested across a range of browsers from desktop to multiple tablets, and mobile devices.
Website / Brand Refresh
Property Importer (Veco Eurolink)
Content Management System (CMS)
Linley & Simpson were an existing client who needed to bring their existing website up to date with a more modern feel and style whilst aligning with the new branding that had been produced.
Established in 1997 by Will Linley and Nick Simpson, Linley and Simpson are continually striving to evolve and be the best at what they do.
Our brief was to bring the site a more modern feel whilst adding in the new branding that had been created and move the site onto a CMS. This required a new property importer to be created to push properties from Veco eurolink into the CMS. The CMS was with the property import while designs were given approval, once approved the designs were laid over the CMS and then responsive testing was carried out over numerous devices from desktop PCs to a range of tablets and mobile phones.