by Joanna Pineda Posted on May 8, 2012
Gibbs & Cox is an independent engineering and design firm specializing in naval architecture and marine engineering. The firm also provides project management support and consulting engineering services.
Gibbs & Cox wanted to redesign their website to showcase their proven track record of excellence and reinforce their position as the leading maritime solutions firm in the nation. Gibbs & Cox also wanted the website to attract top talent by promoting their exciting new work, and featuring career opportunites and current employees.
To help Gibbs & Cox reach their goals, Matrix Group:
- Created a design that combines a maritime theme with imagery and elements of naval marine engineering and architecture.
- Used our user focused approach to create a topical navigation. This allows users to navigate the site based on their specific needs.
- Implemented a site-wide content management system. Matrix Group implemented WordPress, a popular system used by many companies today. Today, Gibbs and Cox staff can easily keep all sections of the site up to date.
Visit the Gibbs & Cox Website.
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