B&D helps clients achieve their vision of advancing their communities. They ensure projects are successful by managing all of the critical aspects of bringing each project to life.

Their previous website was difficult to use and had a heavy, dated design. The functionality was limited, resulting in content that was not visually compelling to visitors.

They came to us with the goal of creating a flexible, sharp, and dynamic design that would elevate their brand and highlight the work they do to further cement their place as a leader in their industry.

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The Solution

We collaborated with B&D to bring their vision to life, while also ensuring that the new website followed industry best practices. The end result clearly illustrates who they are and highlights the expertise and resources at their disposal.

The site is full of creative details; the site has the same attention to detail that sets B&D apart from their competitors during a project, where every aspect has been thoughtfully considered.

Critical components of the site’s performance include a more robust filtering system on the team page, a custom portfolio, and a completely revamped navigation experience, ensuring visitors can easily find what they are looking for. Additionally, by making these pages more dynamic, featured news and their previous work experience are highlighted throughout the site.

All of these custom elements are illustrated in a bold design that incorporates a lot of movement, color, and visuals to better represent the B&D brand, and invites the community to engage with their site.


Highlighting a Bold Vision

B&D felt their site was fairly modern, but it felt generic, was missing a clear message, and needed a cohesive design.

The new site utilizes their bold design aesthetic while ensuring the site is clear and user-friendly.

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With hundreds of projects spanning dozens of industries, our team is ready to push you forward online.

Let’s start with a no-pressure conversation about your project.