I am excited to know many of my friends (personal or work related) share the same view in having a professional website. Going back to my very first article “Social Media or Website” – is social media sufficient for your business? I am delighted to share that one of my client-friend sees the same value as I did, no, social media is never sufficient if you want know what your customers are looking for; information available on Facebook is never enough.
Notice how I always use client-friend? These are the people who put their faith in me; clients who became my friends and friends that became my client. I am honoured to gain their trust and share the same belief I have in websites.
Straight from the oven is BRICKFORD CONSTRUCTION; the trusted quality general builder in Singapore. Incorporated in 2012, they house a team of dedicated “next-generation” builders; ensuring the standards of quality homes. Like many of you out there, they started their online presence on Facebook.
Similar to many interior designer (ID) firms, the construction industry mainly showcase their portfolio and services they provide. This allows their business to build up branding, credibility and allows customers to understand them better. This is what both BRICKFORD and myself believe in, branding, credibility & understanding.
BRICKFORD website is built with the focus to save time and space while managing the platform, which is reflected on their gallery page. At this initial roll off phase, we’ve included available images not sorted in any order, to allow customers view their work. We’re currently working to sort their gallery by projects so it’s easier for customers to have an overview depending on their project type, so stay tuned while we do wonders!
The website is designed with the concept to allow convenience for users and web owners (since it’s supposed to be easily manageable):
If you’re looking to redesign/ develop your nest, do consider BRICKFORD! Their veteran founder has led the team with amazing results, not forgetting their dedicated team of “next-generation” builders. Now, you have experience and trendy on the scale, what’s there to consider?!