Trinity Subsurface Engineering is a happy Hatboro Design client. After learning how one of our competitors didn’t have Trinity’s best interest in mind when developing their first website, Greg contacted Hatboro Design to help save the day.
After interviewing with Greg and other key personnel at Trinity Subsurface, Hatboro Design Group had everything we needed to knock this website out of the park for our client.
The website currently has over 20 different pages, including internal pages for each service the company provides, and a few pages relating to the company structure, leadership, service regions, etc. The website is also complete with multiple contact forms, including a form for job applicants and an advanced form that is used to gather information for quote requests. Some form data is synced with the Client’s CRM program, while other information is sent to email addresses defined by the client, and can be updated at anytime.
Hatboro Design Group worked with Trinity Subsurface to develop a supplemental branding element to their existing tag line “understand what’s underneath.” The tag line was branded with a logo to help reinforce recognition and confidence with their client base.
We built a customized job posting application for the client as well, which adds new job openings to a job board that is visible to the public.
Once the website design was completed and launched, Trinity asked us to help out with some printed marketing materials in the form of business cards, flyers, and brochures. All of the print materials were designed to match and compliment the brand and the website. Our most recent project was designing a large 8’x4′ promotional banner that will be displayed at the ABC Annual Crab Feast in Fort DuPont, DE.
Hatboro Design Group has also created a supplementary WordPress website for the company that is used internally as a company portal. The employee application site is used for employees to enter data (timesheets etc.) as well as view standard operating procedures, company policies, project and task schedules, and even includes a swag shop where employees can purchase company logo gear.