Maxim

www.maxim-pr.co.uk

Founded in 1995 and based in Tunbridge Wells, Maxim brings together former journalists, as well as highly experienced PR, marketing and communications experts.

They offer media relations, public affairs, community relations, corporate communications, reputation management, event management, public relations, stakeholder management, marketing and more.
 

brief:


Having already designed Maxim's website in previous years, it was now time for a refresh. In line with web viewing trends, we offered a new responsive site design with a clean and fresh style. They asked for a contemporary site with the ability to show their history and experience within their sector and the Kent region. A large emphasis on imagery but still with the colour coding for each service sector.
 

ifour design agency solution:


The horizontal scrolling banner allows for a large selection of live tweets, news, clients and branding imagery to be viewed. The main copy is found by scrolling vertically down the site with some areas having the option to expand to see more content. The history timeline can be updated by the client and can include images, text and video which only helps to highlight the amount of years that Maxim have been in business and the diversity of their daily tasks. 
 

deliverables:

  • CMS responsive website

testimonial:

"We are extremely proud of our new website, not only because it looks great but also because it is easy to navigate, is completely responsive and conveys the image that we want to portray. The CMS is easy to use and after training from ifour, we feel confident that we can maintain the site. There is so much more to ifour than just design. They really put the time and effort in to make sure objectives are met and that we receive ongoing support. ifour is our ‘go to’ agency!"

Rachel Knight
Account Director, Maxim.

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project budget£5000 - £18000

deadline 4 weeks - 8 weeks

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