Our relationship with PGH Bricks extends back to early 2015, when we were approached to help resolve issues with their new Sitecore website. This was one of a number of such projects we have undertaken in the last few years, to remediate a sub-optimally delivered Sitecore implementation. 

 

Deliverables

DISCOVERY & SCOPING
UX
DESIGN
USER TESTING
SOLUTION ARCHITECTURE
SITECORE DEVELOPMENT
FRONT-END DEVELOPMENT
PERSONALISATION
PROJECT MANAGEMENT

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Brief

PING was brought in to help roll-back the project, re-architect the platform, revisit the UX and UID and then build the site to correct Sitecore specifications and methodology. PGH Bricks soon had a fully-functioning product website, designed and built to their desired specifications – on deadline, on budget.

Consequently, we were recently re-engaged to design and build the brand-new PGH Bricks website. 

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Process

This exciting project included a range of services across the DISTRICT Group, including a fresh new brand look & feel, streamlined UX, custom reusable component library for low-cost / speedy development of new pages/content, and a full Sitecore CMS upgrade.

This fully responsive website included features like a complex product showroom, more interactive tools, site personalisation based around user journeys for their diverse audiences of consumers, architects, designers and builders, and an extended template and site design.

 

We were also invited to design and build the microsite for PGH's brand-new brick cladding product, CORIUM. This a fully responsive Sitecore website was launched in December 2017- and is already kicking goals for the new brand, with visitation, dwell rates and product asset download rates already exceeding their ambitious KPIs.

 

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“A dedicated and enthusiastic team whose passion really shines through their work. Their understanding of our business and its objectives helps drive incredible results and I would not hesitate to recommend them.”

Loren Consiglio, Digital Marketing Manager

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