I am pleased to announce that the new www.DesignProductSystems.com is finally live! We have updated all of our pages with the latest information about our services, and added even more relevant content to show how you can benefit from working with us.
Our new logo is designed by Sashya Thind-Fernandes of ID8 Design Studio. Sashya’s approach to branding and design made her ideal for giving Design-product Systems a new look that we could wear with confidence. She came up with something that was imaginative, perceptive, extensible, and ultimately inspiring.
Our website is designed by Madeline Jacobson. Madeline is a pro whose expertise and self-confidence really come through in her work and her attention to client needs. She has enabled me to concentrate on the writing that is critical to repositioning Design-product Systems for our next great client engagements.
We needed a website that had more visual appeal for our design industry audience, that provided a sleek container for our slimmed-down content, and that didn’t look like every other website that had launched in the last year We wanted a look that was more timeless than trendy, and that didn’t look too obviously like the template or system it came from.
The resulting redesign has a fresh new look that is eye-catching and distinctive, and navigation that is user- and mobile-friendly. As part of our redesign, we overhauled our services to reflect our maturing perspective on our work, and to better position ourselves to serve the resurging A/E/C industry in Greater Boston Our updated service pages balance text and imagery to show our growing expertise. But our services are just the beginning! Our new case studies feature the tough marketing challenges not addressed by traditional providers. Finally, we have designed the site to encourage interaction and input from you even as you get to know us. You can bring us a project or problem area, or choose one of our packages that combines our three core services to solve your needs within your budget.
So take a look at our pages, and let us know how we did. And if you’d like to discuss a project story or marketing challenge, you can always contact me here.