Having perviously completed the brand identity for Counterpoint HR, they chose to put the website re-design in my hands too.
Counterpoint HR had an existing Wordpress website which was not cost effective to update and grow with their business. There were lots of new functionality they wanted to add and manage themselves, but couldn't do easily with their current Wordpress site. They had lots of information in various areas and wanted to bring it altogether onto one platform that was easy for the team to use and take over after the design and build.
I worked with the Counterpoint team to create a large but welcoming 14 page, fully responsive website on the Wix platform. They hosted a separate SME support hub on SharePoint which we brought across and integrated into the new site. The 'Guide to Furlough' page had a vast amount of information, so I split this up into areas and built an anchor menu to jump to certain sections of the page. Counterpoint are active users of Twitter, so we implemented a feed into their 'Latest News' page direct from their Twitter account. Tracey from the team is a very good blogger so we built in a blog area with categories to link to an independant menu for the blog. To finish, we held a zoom training session to show the various functionalities of the site and hand the controls over to the Counterpoint team.
"I have to say, I am hugely impressed with the job you have done and very grateful for the pace you have done it at – you really are the right partner for us."
ADRIAN PHIPPS | COUNTERPOINT HR