What was the scope of their involvement?
Bizango began the project by conducting an in-depth interview about our company’s culture, values, and goals for the website. As a general contractor, we wanted our site to be an informative tool that encourages referrals to partner with us. Afterward, we gave their team content and asked them to build the site around it.
In the rebuild, we maintained a lot of the functionality of our old site, focusing our efforts on revamping the design. We wanted less text and more graphics, to hold people’s attention. Bizango was responsible for collecting the text that we did need and integrating it onto pages, along with photos we provided ahead of time.
The team offered their own platform for the website platform as well as for website maintenance, and the software allows for very simple updates. They did all of the page creation in InDesign before converting it onto the site.
What is the team composition?
Mark (Co-Founder & Creative Director) handled the design aspect of our project, while Elise (Project Manager) was one of our main points of contact. I coordinated our contract with Stewart (Head of Sales), and a few other folks that I wasn’t in contact with were assigned to our account.
How did you come to work with Bizango?
We had a few referrals, but they didn’t seem to be the right fit. I ended up searching for local web creators, and Bizango was one of the results. Their company culture seemed really positive, and we were confident they would provide us with the focus and attention we wanted.
How much have you invested with them?
We spent about $30,000 on the project.
What is the status of this engagement?
Our engagement took place from January 2019–February 2020. The actual project only took about six months, but we put it on hold for some time while we had some internal staffing changes.