Providing excellent workmanship in BC for more than 30 years

Copcan Civil Ltd. is a Nanaimo based construction company that serves customers in every aspect of civil construction. With an old website that was visually outdated, hard to update and delivered poor user experiences, they partnered with us for a complete website overhaul. The result was a revamped website with a modern new design and streamlined user-experience that inspires conversions.

What Work Did We Do For Them?

  • Web Design/Development

How Did We Help Them Out?

  • Horizontal scrolling introduces current and potential clients to important information, including Projects and Services, for an improved user experience
  • A modern layout with well-thought-out negative space and contrasting colours creates visual hierarchy, balance and harmony that helps guide user’s attention to essential elements and calls to action.
  • Engaging copy focuses on company core values, experience and establishes tone and personality.
  • Attention-grabbing, high-contrast call to action areas and buttons linked throughout the pages make it easy for visitors to reach out if they are looking for information, have questions or wish to request a service.

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