Published: 27 November 2018
Earlier this month (November 2018), Why Media launched their latest website project, this time for The London Management Company - A Central London property management company looking after residential and investment properties in London. Primarily working with private clients, The London Management Company seeked a Google friendly, tailor-made website which portrayed the company as market leaders within a busy sector and a platform which potential high end clients could clearly navigate and understand the services on offer.
Developed using unique code and an integrated, open source content management system, the website was designed with the end user, Google and responsive technology in mind, which provides a positive experience for both users and those updating the website.
Jade Cummings, Senior Web Developer at Why Media comments: “The team at Why Media have been delivering tailor-made websites for companies within the property sector since 2008 and therefore we have a very clear understanding of what the end user and the client is seeking from the site, so this project was perfect for us. We had to bear in mind that those responsible for updating the website within The London Management Company are time-short and therefore we have ensured the site benefits from an easy to use content management system.”
The new website, which can be found at www.thelondonmanagementcompany.com, also benefits from the integration of movement through bespoke video created by our in-house Videography department.
The completion of the website also resulted in a positive testimonial from the client:
A Website Design and Development Agency, that is on schedule, on budget and adds ideas - Great Job!.
Why Media is a reputable design, marketing, digital communications and PR agency offering tailored solutions to companies on a global scale. We have extensive experience in delivering design and marketing services to a spectrum of companies including professional services, property companies, financial institutions and shopping centres.