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TradeMark Launches EEA Consulting Engineers Website

Posted by Griff Lisheronon October 10, 2015

The Challenge

Since 1977, EEA Consulting Engineers (EEA) has provided excellent mechanical, electrical, and plumbing design services. Named one of the top places to work by the Austin American-Statesman, EEA has a brilliant team of engineers and a lively corporate culture. But their old website wasn't making that clear. 

Their site required an updated look to reflect their multifaceted expertise as well as their fun company culture. In addition, the site needed to be accessible on mobile and tablet devices to meet the modern needs of their audience.

By meeting these challenges, TradeMark Media could deliver EEA and the public a powerful site that would serve current clients as well as prospective clients and potential employees.

The Solution

TradeMark Media collaborated with EEA to construct a new website with a contemporary design and structure that displays key information clearly. Its content hierarchy ensures that the user experience is intuitive and the site can be easily managed by EEA in the future.

The new site’s look is modern and streamlined, yet remains completely professional. Their home page prominently displays their fields of expertise, prior projects and series of accolades. Also, its primary feature is a link to put interested clients in touch with EEA immediately.

And the site wasn’t just tailored for users. TradeMark designed the site on a “card grid” layout so all the site’s pieces are easily transferable throughout its various pages. With this grid, EEA can update and alter their site much more easily, thus maintaining up-to-date content and a modern semblance for years to come.

Working with EEA was a blast. Our shared commitment to efficiency and collaborative processes led to an ideal partnership. Their newly launched website exemplifies that fact.

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