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Hibiscus Solutions

Hibiscus Solutions are a global supplier of ingredients, based in Auckland. They needed an eye-catching website design  to reflect their new branding and a simple navigation to promote their main product categories.

This project was a real collaborative effort between ourselves as the website designer and developer (and overall project manager), RedSpark Creative who designed the logo, Pepperbot who created the wow-factor video for the homepage banner, and of course the client!

The main purpose of the website is to help Hibiscus Solutions to promote their six main product categories and sub-categories. The website design needed to be flexible enough to allow the client to add individual products and technical specifications at a later stage. The website also had to convey Hibiscus Solutions' technical expertise, customer focus and cultural diversity. The website is also fully responsive, meaning it's compatible with all mobile devices.

To help Hibiscus connect with their customer base, we integrated the website with Mailchimp, allowing visitors to sign up for their newsletter, and we integrated the website with the client's Twitter feed which is an important method of communication for their Asian customers.

 

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