Brindleyplace-based communications agency Core has strengthened its digital portfolio with the launch of three websites over the last two months.
The new website for city centre development Brindleyplace has recently relaunched following its successful use of social networking site Twitter, resulting in it being shortlisted for a Golden Twit in The Drum magazines awards.
The Brindleyplace marketing team asked Core to come up with a more interactive website design for business and leisure visitors. Kate Gregson, marketing and PR manager for Brindleyplace, said: “Embarking upon this activity was part of our desire to make it easier for visitors to access the information they need, when they need it and our website now includes an RSS feed and blog, as well as links to Flickr and YouTube.”
Crest Nicholson’s Park Central website is being re-launched to coincide with the release of the Liberty building in 2010. Crest Nicholson is gearing up for the next phase of development at Park Central. The website will work alongside the development’s presence on Facebook to engage with potential purchasers and existing occupiers.
Finally, social media company Friend has refreshed its website to be integrated across a variety of platforms including Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn. Core managing director Juliet Collings said: “This year has seen an increasing number of our clients asking for sites to be Web 2.0-enabled.”