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SB Rail

Website design and development by Creatomatic

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Mobile, tablet and desktop – as one


A joint venture between Swietelsky Baugesellschaft m.b.H. and Babcock International Group, Creatomatic worked with SB Rail during 2016 to build a fully responsive, bespoke WordPress corporate site.

The site had to be fully responsive; capable of displaying a database of railway maintenance equipment in an easy-to-use format; accessible by multiple user levels to allow different team members to post content; and fast-loading for access on-the-go.

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One site, many users

The SB Rail site uses responsive design to deliver a seamless user experience whether viewed on a smartphone, tablet or desktop device.

We optimised each section of the site and compressed images and scripts to optimise loading time across the site.

Using our custom WordPress framework, the SB Rail site allows for multiple admin levels. Marketing staff can access page and post data, while HR are able to log in and add careers data.

 

 

Results


“From the outset, the team at Creatomatic were highly professional and worked efficiently to understand and then deliver the brief. We would not hesitate in recommending them for similar projects.”

Gordon Suthorn, Business Manager

visitors

20,000+

unique post-launch visitors
 
mobile

100%

mobile friendly
 
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Approval

from senior teams at Babcock and Swietelsky
 
 
 

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