Birnberg Peirce needed a mobile responsive, easily accessible website. Web Epoch rebranded the firm, and designed, developed and launched their first web presence.
Birnberg Peirce is a long-established prestigious law firm, committed to upholding of the civil rights and liberties. Its celebrated partner, Gareth Peirce’s role in the defence of the Guildford Four was…
dramatised in the 1993 film, In the Name of the Father, with Peirce portrayed by Emma Thompson.
Despite the firm's reputation, due to its absence on the world wide web, many of its potential clients were unable to get in touch with ease. Mobile responsiveness was another important requirement so clients in need with mobile phones can call the firm with a simple tap on the screen.
What We Did
To meet the firm’s expectations, Web Epoch worked with the firm to clearly define the project’s scope and outline a number of objectives.
One of these was the challenge of creating a modern web experience with a very old brand identity. Web Epoch retouched the logo to modernise it without losing touch with its past.
After rebranding, Web Epoch produced a web design that captures the values, culture and ethos of the firm. The bespoke design was then carefully crafted into a functional website and thoroughly tested. Thus, the firm’s first-ever website was successfully launched.
The website transformed the way the firm communicates with clients and other external bodies. Each department was able to manage and direct external enquiries by channelling them through to right destinations, thereby saving a considerable amount of administration and reception time. Mobile responsiveness facilitated for clients to get in touch with the firm with ease. The prestigious firm finally made its mark on the internet.