Here at Zeal, we specialise in sites built to help you nurture your audience through to conversion. Here’s a roundup of some of our latest projects and what brochureware can do.
One admin, multiple sites
Car Care Plan, a company providing award-winning vehicle warranty and asset protection products, approached us with the problem of how to manage multiple geographical end-market sites, whilst maintaining a consistent brand look. Our solution was a WordPress multisite that allows for new markets to be added quickly and cost-effectively whilst sharing a centrally managed theme that provides visual consistency. Each site is managed within one admin, with multiple user levels providing each territory with their own logins and access to only view and edit content for their market. Launching initially with the UK site, the Brazilian site is set to follow along with several more territories throughout 2019. The site features both open and gated content to allow Car Care Plan to engage with their B2B audience via multiple channels.
Events map and report generator
Yorkshire Water approached Zeal to design and build a site to host their business plan and key goals for their customers for 2020-2025 and effectively display a series of events hosted across Yorkshire. We built a content managed site with a filterable events map and enabled users to feedback and vote on what key topics they’d like Yorkshire Water to focus on. In addition, the site features a custom report builder that generates a tailored PDF for each user’s preferences.
Less can be more
Digital recruitment agency Digital Minds tasked us with streamlining their online presence to focus on customer service. Working with the client we established that, for their audience, a simple one-page brochureware site was the most optimal solution. We designed a fully responsive site with a lightweight admin area to enable the client to keep site content up to date.
Flexible layouts and room for growth
The team at The Parklane Group approach Zeal to build the brochureware site for their new brand workinc – a series of co-working community spaces set to launch across the UK. Working collaboratively with the client we established the key user personas and journeys for the site and designed and built a full content-managed site that acts as a platform for their expansion over the next few years. Whilst one community location is displayed on launch, the layouts are designed to flexibly adapt as more locations are added.