Crafting Website Development for Luxury Custom Housing
Colour and design are powerful influencers when it comes to what we like. We helped Thomson Dwellings bring their website into the modern age with a lighter and brighter design that added to their upscale vibe. Additionally, we made it easier for people to view their custom photography of past projects. To continue to improve their visibility online, we composed relevant blogs that boosted their search engine optimization (SEO).
“It’s useful to have a reference tool when crafting new branding or branded materials moving forward which is why stylescapes are so helpful. We crafted one that will help inform future decisions for Thomson Dwellings.”
One Campaign Won’t Provide Lasting Results.
While having a good marketing campaign is important, there’s too much media out there that will drown it out over time. That’s why consistent marketing is important to keep your company top of mind in your target audience. Thomson Dwellings has been a long-time client of ours and we’ve regularly helped them achieve their marketing goals.
Physical Media Still Gets Noticed
While an online presence is essential nowadays, it’s still important for industries like construction to have physical marketing pieces strategically placed for people to check out. We designed several print ads and signage to better make people aware of Thomson Dwellings and their services.
How We Helped
Project Manager: Adrienne Renaud
Creative Director: Tina Walczak
Graphic Designer: Cam Schreiner
Graphic Designer: Jamie Langevin
Web Development: Damien Stewart
Web Development: Peter Singh-Vigilante
SEO: Patrick Henderson
Content & Social Media: Deborah Dyck
Content & Social Media: Stephanie Ford
A fashion-forward brand identity with powerful design, outstanding photography, and a strategy that keeps the owners at its core.
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