by Joanna Pineda Posted on July 11, 2012
Mark G. Anderson Consultants, Inc. (MGAC) is an award winning firm that supports corporations, institutions and the government in meeting the complexity of achieving their organizational objectives through their design, construction, facilities and procurement projects.
MGAC wanted to redesign its website to fully showcase its wealth of experience and diverse portfolio. The firm wanted to focus on its strengths and industry competencies and also needed a content management system the would allow its marketing team to control the website’s content.
MGAC partnered with Matrix Group to make this vision into a reality. We:
- Developed the website with a strong understanding of the site’s key target audiences and goals in mind.
- Created a sophisticated design that conveys the firm’s brand, presents it as a global firm, and showcases its wealth of knowledge and expertise.
- Designed and implemented an isotope design on the homepage to feature projects, testimonials, etc.
- Implemented a Sitefinity content management system, giving MGAC’s marketing team the ability to manage the site’s content and keep it fresh and up to date.
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