Our latest website launch is for the newly branded World Habitat organisation. World Habitat is the new name for what was previously known as BSHF (Building & Social Housing Foundation).
We had designed and developed their website previously – this latest update required the front end design to be considered to reflect their change of identity.
Our design team produced a number of options for key templates, including variations in layout. We worked closely with the client to refine these until all parties were happy with how the new brand translated online. From the agreed visuals, our development team reworked the HTML/CSS and retested the site across all common browsers and devices.
The underlying WordPress CMS structure was retained, including all content, which is multilingual. Alongside the website rebuild, careful consideration was given to ensuring all search engine rankings were preserved for all languages.
“We were thoroughly impressed with the support, creative ideas and organisation from Cite during the design, development and implementation of our new-look website. They are all approachable, proactive and dedicated to achieving deadlines.”
– Kim Salt, Communications Manager at World Habitat
The site has been very well received both by internal stakeholders and partner organisations and we continue to work closely with World Habitat on the ongoing improvements to their site.
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