As Avaleris was expanding into the US market, they were looking for a responsive WordPress website with a dynamic look and feel, new, unique branding elements, and impactful calls to action. They were also looking to develop a new Resources section and integrate leads and seminar registrations with Zoho Forms.

Avaleris President and CEO, Ron Mac Donnell, wanted the site to feel vibrant and alive. Through the use of video, strong visuals, and carefully selected photos using parallax scrolling, we created a professional and highly functional website for our client, with an original and fresh design.

In addition to the website revamp project, Excentric revised the corporate brand colour palette, and produced a new brochure and business card design.

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Excentric has been an absolute pleasure to work with, from the first phone call to the launch of our new website. They provided a rare combination of very strong design skills and knowledge with an excellent handling of all our feedback and revisions. They took the time to learn about our business and really listen while giving a valuable perspective. I look forward to the opportunity to work with Victoria and her team again.
— Maria Sturova, Director of Marketing, Avaleris Inc.
avaleris business cards
man holding tablet looking at avaleris website
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posted by Victoria Adams , PRINCIPAL + CREATIVE DIRECTOR

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