PROJECT: 2020 Marketing Nairobi Kenya

Custom WordPress design for marketing company

“Thanks soooo much Tracey.  That is fab.  I am so pleased with how this has all turned out – and that we seem to be able to cope with it!  We even had a couple of comments on one of our blogs on the website.”

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An independent, owner operated strategic marketing and services provider who have a combined experience of more than 45 years in marketing and business management across three continents.  Based in Nairobi,  clients include Proctor and Gamble, Pwani Oils and Pesa Point.

The Challenge

2020 wanted an individual design to suit them and that would incorporate some of the images that they had already selected. They had already had their branding designed white on mid-grey, which had to be included.  They wanted to use images that were natural and portrayed the message ‘Your pathway to outstanding results’  2020 also wanted to include social media links and a Twitter feed.

The Solution

Firstly I created a design in grey and white to match the branding.  This needed bit of a lift so I incorporated some light blue.  I selected natural photographs of pathways to emphasise the strap line “pathway to success”.  A different full width image is used on each page.  The site includes a blog and Twitter feed to ensure regularly updated content and content marketing via social media. Text heavy pages are broken down into sections and sliding panels are used to hide and reveal content. 2020 have a good Google ranking and come up on page one for a Marketing Company in Nairobi.

Feedback

“Thanks soooo much Tracey.  That is fab.  I am so pleased with how this has all turned out – and that we seem to be able to cope with it!  We even had a couple of comments on one of our blogs on the website.” Sam Crosthwaite.