The Challenge & Proposal
Co-Space had a custom built website developed over 2 years ago, but later down the line, this led to issues when they wanted to add specific elements onto the backend of the website. Only professional coders could do this, and not the marketing team at Co-Space, so they needed a new website.
Kaizen Five proposed that we just re-build the current site, and add a new and improved user journey onto the website that will improve lead capturing, and generate more clients.
How Did Kaizen Five Help?
Using WordPress, we fully rebuilt the site 1-1 as it was before we took over. It has now allowed the marketing team to actively make changes as and when they please, rather than going through a development team.
On top of this, we have also rebuilt the user journey and will be implemented shortly into the new website, with multiple features improved such as correct image sizes, caching and major speed improvements.
We also worked hard over a weekend to push this site live urgently when there old site was at threat of going down. This meant that the website experienced 0 downtimes as a result. We’re very flexible, and are always there to help clients as and when we can.