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Goudie Holdings Ltd

Goudie Holdings Ltd (GHL) is one of the largest temporary fence and scaffolding plank hire businesses in Auckland. They took the brave decision to rebrand and wanted a modern responsive website design to promote the three aspects to their business; namely temporary fence hire, temporary fence sales and scaffolding plank hire.

GHL wanted a simple visual layout for their content and the use of images on this website gives it the clear navigation they wanted. Paul never thought fences and planks could look so gorgeous!

 

 

KEY FEATURES

Projects Portfolio Page

We created a custom designed projects portfolio gallery page, with full sorting capability.  Each project then links through to a page explaining the project in detail - which is really important for search engine optimisation (SEO).

GHL Projects.jpg

 

Customised 'Get a Quote' Form

The 'Get a Quote' call to action button features strongly on every page of the website. The button links to a customised 'dependent' answer form, where the questions displayed are dependent on answers to previous questions. This keeps the form looking short and has really helped GHL receive better quality enquiries. 

 


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