We were tasked with bringing Electro Mechanical Systems’ website up to date, but it was equally important to create new areas to showcase EMS’s custom designs and case studies. EMS were about to embark on an interesting collaboration with a huge catalogue and online retailer so it was important to bear this integration in mind when building the new website.
We worked with their existing logos and kept some of their established branding themes. EMS commissioned some impressive photography to showcase their engineering processes, their amazing team, and the products. The photographer was briefed about the new website and design so the two were extremely complementary.
EMS now has a bespoke CMS to allow them to easily update content and add new products - on top of the usual features: adding pages, editing and images, and so on. The company’s new relationship with RS Components was considered during the build by adding a default or individual link between the product information, detail and specifics on EMS, and a listing on RS Components’ own website.
We also wanted to provide users with consistent opportunities to get in touch easily, and give the team behind the scenes as much information about the ideal product as possible. For example, if the user needs advice deciding between one or more components, the site can relay the most recently viewed items to the team with the users contact email which will ultimately provide a faster and better service by eliminating or refining potential products.
All of our clients do something amazing - we’re introduced to and learn a lot about their interests when we work with someone. Electro Mechanical Systems ltd (EMS) are no different. From the supply of minuscule bearings and motors to designing collaborations with major companies to produce prosthetics and other life changing technology, this company does it all.