Enhancing Digital Presence for BWSC - New User Experience (UX), Web Design, New Website and Maintenance
We have had the pleasure of collaborating with BWSC, a Danish company with a rich history dating back to 1904. BWSC specialises in the development of high-efficiency power plants and is a turnkey contractor of power plant projects worldwide. The client approached us with the desire to build a new, modern and dynamic website that would reflect their shift from a production-based approach to a service-based business approach and make their future more digital.
From the very beginning, it was clear that BWSC wanted a website that would showcase their professionalism and strong history as a well-established company. Our team at Twentyfour saw possibilities to develop BWSC’s online presence by creating a new UX and web design that would provide a refreshing, modern, and professional look. We also proposed building the website based on the outcome of UX and web-design deliveries, thereby providing a unified digital experience for BWSC.
We are thrilled to have had the opportunity to work with BWSC on this project. Their innovative solutions and approach to their business made it an exciting and challenging project for us. The final product is a visually appealing and user-friendly website that effectively communicates BWSC’s unique value proposition to potential clients. We are excited to see the impact that the new website will have on BWSC’s business and look forward to working with BWSC again in the future.
The project was divided into several stages, starting with UX, Design & Clarifications. During this phase, we went over the visual identity, design, and clarified the different functionalities needed for the website. We discussed the different elements and target groups to successfully outline the illustrative goal.
Once the UX & design needs were clarified successfully between the client and Twentyfour, we moved on to the next phase, the UX & Design development. In this phase, we developed the design for the new website, which went through up to 3-5 iterations until a solution that everyone agreed on had been found and fully designed.