WEBSITE DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT
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Iam Engberg starting working with wood at the age of 6, observing and helping his father, Danish architect and master cabinetmaker, Jan Engberg. With unlimited access to any hand tool he wanted until he was 11 (when he was allowed to graduate to electric tools), Ian was raised to appreciate and value the art of the handcrafted process.
During the decade and a half under of his father's tutelage renovating brownstones and designing furniture, Ian soaked up nearly every aspect of the business. By his early 20s, he branched out on his own, opening Engberg Design and Development in 1990.
Engberg Design and Development approached Candelita to re-design their website. Their previous website was not responsive and didn’t feature the types of projects Engberg Design and Development has work on in the past couple of years.
The approach of the new website is for the visitor to start their journey at a project level where they can learn about Engberg Design and Development’s partners during the projects and the pieces of furniture specially created for it. An important use of the website for Ian was to showcase the company’s customer furniture pieces and be able to share these with potential customers will at a meeting, on the go or even by sharing a simple link over email.
Engberg Design and Development’s new website allows the company to showcase their craftsmanship as well as their approach to architectural millwork. No matter who visits the website: an apartment owners, an architect or a developer, the information included per project and piece allows Engberg Design and Development to show by their the right company to work with.
Engberg Design and Development’s new website has been built in WordPress to easily allow their team to update the content and keep their visitors up to date. Another detail about their project’s profiles is that press and coverage they’ve gotten from industry leader publications. This allows us to position Engberg Design and Development’s as a high end architectural and local millwork and customer furniture shop.