A Birmingham digital agency has completed its latest brief for a city regeneration group.
Class Creative has built a new website for St Modwen which is carrying out the long-running regeneration of Longbridge where it is also headquartered.
The city centre-based agency was tasked with delivering a fresh, new website that appealed to St Modwen’s stakeholders such as prospective homeowners, land developers and shareholders.
It adds to the firm’s previous work with brands such as Warwickshire County Cricket Club, Ovo Energy, England Cricket and retail group Kingfisher.
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Class Creative’s founder Chris Pyatt said: “Despite the impact of the pandemic, it has been great to see companies like St Modwen investing in and improving their online presence.
“The company is a well-known name within the Birmingham business community and we hope its varied stakeholders and customers will benefit from the work we have carried out to make their website a more user friendly proposition.”
Matt Walker, senior communications manager at St Modwen, added: “Having experienced a significant amount of change and growth over the last few years, we needed to create a new, engaging experience for visitors that best tells our story and reflects the current shape of our business.
“The Class team’s adoption of smart tools, processes and systems meant we could collaborate efficiently throughout the project and we’re really proud of the end product they delivered.”