For Sale Sign Analysis client system
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A previous client approached us again, asking us to examine a system put in place for her estate agent clients to access information on their market share. We looked through the system as it stood and sent off a full usability study, pointing out flaws and suggesting improvements. We were quickly commissioned to turn our proposals into a working site.
First off, we produced sample pages to give an idea of the look and feel – in itself a significant change from what was there before. Then we set about integrating the new design with the systems that generated the data. The result? All the same information as was there before – but presented in a much more user-friendly way.
How it works
The system was already in place and was coded in the ASP language. This isn't one we normally work in but we were happy to integrate our designs with it and ensure everything still worked. We also employed a range of modern design techniques to make sure everything was as easy to use, and to understand, as possible.
What they said
"This was the third time that I have used fuzzylime, given how impressed I was with their service, quality and attention to detail last time.
"Our company designed a system to deliver our product directly to estate agents over the web, rather than our traditional CD-based hard-copy report. Our IT director designed a fantastic system that also integrated accounting information, but the site looked horrendous! It was clunky and virtually impossible to navigate. Our clients struggled to use it and it was really letting our company image down.
"David and Jill listened carefully to my briefing and thought about the system from a user's point of view – something you lose when you are closely connected with a product. The graphics they designed were perfect, they responded to our needs almost immediately every time and the new system is easy to use and much more user friendly.
"I'm really impressed. Thank you once again, I'll look forward to using fuzzylime again in future."
Louise Richley, For Sale Sign Analysis