WJ Project Services' team of test and commissioning engineers have been involved in some of the most complex power supply and rail projects across the UK. They were looking for a web designer to refresh their outdated website, but ended up using Rugby Web Design for much more.
WJ Project Services' old website was looking dated. It had been built on the WordPress platform, which meant it was slow to function and difficult to maintain.
The old website was also a fixed-width design, which meant it did not display correctly on mobile. As many of their target customers are field-based, it was vital a new website would function on both notebooks and mobile.
It was clear that WJ Project Services needed a CMS website that was easy for them to update and maintain themselves. Webflow CMS was the perfect solution to their needs.
Their new website is far more visually appealing, making use of their own photography and Shutterstock imagery.
Working in such a technical field, the entire website was reworded, to make the content more manageable for the target customers. Copywriters were used for this process.
A content management system was built to power the technical case studies and also for their news stories. This ensures that the website looks up-to-date and constantly evolving.
WJ Project Services also used Rugby Web Design for a complete range of promotional products whilst exhibiting at Resorts World, Birmingham.
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"Thanks to Graham our outdated 12-year-old website now looks fresh and modern. Throughout the whole process Graham couldn’t have been more helpful, nothing is too much trouble. He is professional, efficient, knowledgeable and extremely patient. Once the website was complete Graham also did a fantastic job on marketing materials such as an advert, banners, flyers and leaflet folder. He is quite a find and we look forward to a long working relationship."