After their business goals had switched, Evo Energy approached us to create a new website that would represent their new focus in B2B solar energy. We also created a suite of literature reflecting this new style and goals.
Aims & Objectives
Previously, Evo Energy had been portrayed as a domestic and commercial provider. Although this was still the case, their main focus was now on commercial. It was our job to help them illustrate this through their online presence and in print.
Evo have a huge portfolio of work from the commercial side of the business, it was clear that their industry experience within a wide range of sectors was the main area to illustrate to potential customers. Their clients testimonials and award wins are just further material that could be utilised across the website.
Evo Energy were enthusiastic about creating something that would separate them from their competition. The creative team worked on creating a unique icon set that showed the diversity of the projects Evo Energy have delivered. This works within the homepage and case studies pages of the site to deliver a filter of the case study pages. This suite of icons are also used across the Evo Energy brand, on printed materials and advertisements.
The site was created in a fully responsive build, considering customers using any device. Combined with clean coding and a digital marketing campaign, this set the site up for a smooth launch that increased their ranking on search engines.
Digital to Print
We began our relationship with Evo Energy with the website, once launched we created a suite of literature profiling their services and charity work.
One of the most notable pieces was to create an identity for their ‘Green Mile’ scheme. Evo Energy have pledged to plant a quantity of trees equivalent to a mile. What is unique about the scheme is that it is directly influenced by their customer, as for every 5kWp installed, they provide the Tree Appeal with funding to plant one tree. Working closely with the Tree Appeal we helped create their campaign online and in print.Back to Case Studies