Vickery Estate Agents wanted to improve their online image with a more contemporary, modern website to not only compete with other local agents, but better them.
It had to be on brand, responsive across different devices, and easy to navigate for users. It was also important to leverage the history of the agency (by uploading a full back catalogue of their property magazines dating back to 1990), giving visitors to the site a reason to come back and look at current issues, or browse past publications to see if they can find their property. Utilising a property feed to pull data from their CMS, and linking with valuation forms, the site offers multiple ways for potential buyers, sellers and landlords to browse available properties and get in touch.
As with all the sites I build, this is fully responsive, with a WordPress admin backend, giving Vickery the ability to log in and make any updates. I also created office specific landing pages to help aid with Google/search engine rankings.
This was a lovely project to work on, and I am really proud of the final result, as was Stuart Wright at Vickery:
“We have worked with Dan for a number of years for all of our design and marketing work. It was a no brainer when we decided to re-design our website to speak to Dan. Throughout the process he was always available to discuss ideas and give his expert advice on what would and wouldn’t work. Whatever ideas we threw at Dan, he would always find a way to make them come to life. His personal approach is so important in a project like this and it was a pleasure working with him. We are absolutely delighted with the end result, Thank you Dan.”
If anyone reading this wants to move in the Camberley/Surry area, I would highly recommend Vickery & Co. too.