Ardor Architecture is one of the most well known Architectural firms in Vietnam. They are considered the top 10 premier architectural firms. Some of their notable clients include Landmark 81, Taka Garden Riverside Homes, and Esuhai Tower. Working with this caliber of a client was eye opening and challenging.
The old website was created about ten years ago and was so outdated that it no longer reflects the client’s aesthetic value and the firm’s creative nature. The website turned many investors and potential staff away from ARDOR. Align’s task is to redesign a new website that is more in line with the firm’s standards to better reflect its passion and creativity.
Align was able to meet this high quality design demand through iterative process and using tools such as stylescapes, style guides, low and high fidelity prototyping to mitigate repetitive design changes and to meet Ardor’s rigorous design requirements.
“Since we architects had high standards for details and generally required everything to be perfect, it was very important that Align took up our words and was willing to sort every nook and corner out. They utilized Jambo to compare the current design to the one we wanted to adjust all text size and gaps or distance between objects.”
Interactive project map
The interactive project map help the website’s visitors grasp the capability of Ardor. The visitors can easily find the projects done in different locations in Vietnam and other regions. It quickly impress the visitor with lots of big scale projects and great quality Ardor can do for their clients.
Well organized and neated news page
The news page has the feeling of pro-magazine site. You can easily scan through the lastest news and if you need to find something there is a filter and a search function for you. It inspires the staff to keep writing quality news content that helps the website rank high in the search engine.
As with all of our clients, we give Ardor great support long after the project is done.
“They recorded all the instructions into videos that we can later watch and train our staff to edit the website.”