The new James Wells Architects website goes live today. It is only two months since the new practice was established, so work featured on the site includes ongoing projects that were started under the previous practice title WMA.
The content and design for the new website has been led by Adam John. It has been a group effort with all practice members contributing to specific content on individual projects, visuals or copywriting.
The structure of the website has been created by Dookie who has taken a visual cue from the practice’s new identity. Using the core colours of red, grey and black the mission was to create a site that is easy to navigate whilst containing more in-depth information on the projects and practice. James has written a new section on ‘process’ which is intended to help clients who are new to the world of architecture, offering an insight into the steps required to create a new building.
Under the guidance of new Marketing guru, Jo Scott, the practice is also now more active on Facebook and Twitter.