Month: December 2017

Nampak I&CS

Nampak I&CSCase Study The Details Coming Soon The Details Coming Soon Our Services Website Design & Development Paid Media – Adwords SEO The Details Coming Soon Keep Exploring I am slide content. Click edit button to change this text. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Ut elit tellus, luctus nec ullamcorper mattis, pulvinar …

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ABSA

ABSACase Study The ABSA wanted to improve user experience for current internet bankers and potential clients, and ensure ABSA products and services are easily found in search results. The Complex websites require thorough site architecture planning and pedantic implementation to simplify the website and make navigation user friendly. We created sitemap that simplifies navigation, makes …

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PSG

PSGCase Study The 2010 – PSG Online wanted to compete with established on and offline stock brokers. 2014 – PSG Wealth wanted to streamline organisational efficiencies. The Before we could develop a solution, we needed to understand the purpose and functionality of each platform. Once we had a good understanding of how each platform fitted …

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PG Glass

PG GroupCase Study The The PG Group wanted to dominate the automotive and building glass installation industry. The The South African glass manufacturing and installation industry has a limited number of competitors. Old ways of finding fitment centres like yellow pages are outmoded. A coordinated digital campaign, for PG Group companies (PG Glass, PG Building …

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SADC Banking Association

SADC Banking Association Case Study The SADC Banking Association have multiple purpose-built platform that users from around the globe access. These platforms cater for different audiences and provide a variety of functionality for different aspects of the organisation operation. Over time these fragmented workspaces have grown and become difficult to manage, which have led to …

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