DPA Management – Website Build
DPA Management - Website Build
In 2022 we were contacted by the wonderful team at Dalzell & Beresford, to work on their new website with the view to increase performance and improve how the brand was represented online. However, in May 2022 Dalzell & Beresford was acquired by 42, a global agency based in both London & LA.
It was during conversations with the team, that we became aware Daniel Albert (a long-standing agent at Dalzell & Beresford) had made the decision to create his own agency under the name of DPA Management. This led to an exciting new opportunity to support Daniel in the launch of his new brand and business! Making sure his new agency took the best first steps possible
Following a kick-off meeting with Dan and using the old website as a reference point we came away with the following key points:
- Simplistic and modern design.
- A client search feature.
- The ability for users to print client information in a neat and tidy design.
- Easy to use WordPress backend that allows Dan to efficiently add and remove clients.
We decided to tackle this project by going down the route of selecting a theme that fits in with Dan’s vision for DPA Management. Starting with a theme gives us a good early indicator of how the website could look and speeds up the development process.
As we were going through development, multiple calls were held between ourselves and Dan to verify we were on track to deliver his vision and to give us time to make any changes if needed. By keeping Dan in the loop we can ensure a great quality website is built in an efficient time.
Following a few more iterations of development and migration of content, we were ready for the final review and completion of the project.
Following the completion of the project, we provided Dan with a series of training videos, detailing how to use his new website as detailed in the initial kick-off meeting’s requirements.
You can view DPA Management here.
We thoroughly enjoyed working with Dan in getting his new Agency website up and running and we wish him all the best.
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