The Childrens Playground Company (CPCL) founded in 2001, is a family owned company whose design team is led by Ms Rinske Wassenaar a Dutch national, former art teacher and supported by technicians, industrial designers, landscape architects, engineers, graphic designers. They design and manufacture childrens playground equipment in Naas, Co. Kildare installing and servicing it all over the United Kingdom and Ireland.
When we were first contacted by The Childrens Playground Company they already had a website which was used mainly as a catalogue of their products. With the advent of social media sites they found that more and more of their updates were being done to their pages on Facebook and Twitter, which meant duplication of effort in order to keep the company website in sync.
When redesigning the CPCL site we wanted to showcase the wonderful products they manufacture, by delivering a homepage rich in media content, while at the same time pulling content from their various social media sites. By adopting a "mobile-first" strategy we designed a site which renders on any device - mobile, tablet or desktop.
Full width/height carousel showcasing playgrounds throughout Ireland and the UK.
Module which automatically pulls in the latest updates from The Childrens Playground Company's Facebook page.
Video Module showing the latest video from The Childrens Playground Company's Youtube channel.
Module showing the latest tweets from The Childrens Playground Company's Twitter page.
A selection of testimonials from customers.
ResponsiveSite is now responsive adapting to any screen size to provide the optimum viewing experience whether that is desktop, tablet or mobile.
Social Media SynchronizationWe introduced modules on the homepage which automatically pull in any updates to The Childrens Playground Company's Facebook and Twitter pages. No more double-publishing :)
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We are very happy with the redevelopment of our website, quick turnaround and working relationship
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