Homes & Housing

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Background
Background

Background

Homes and Housing is a small real estate company that helps facilitate contact between people who have homes for rent, and those looking to rent a home.

Homes and Housing's mission is to create a better and safer environment for both tenants and landlords. Owner Camilla Barfoed is committed to offering her time to clients, no matter what side of the housing equation they are on.

The assignment
The assignment

The assignment

The website had to be the primary communication channel between the company and the prospective tenants and landlords. It was therefore important that the website emphasise trust and transparency, with Camilla's personality, presence and approach to the fore. It was also a requirement that the site was search-friendly on Google and easy to manage.

The solution
The solution

The solution

We designed and built a minimalist website that was user-friendly and responsive. Visual elements play an important role, not only to give visitors a good overview of the dwellings, but also to ensure an immediately positive impression of Homes and Housing's philosophy and brand. The CMS behind the site is user-friendly, allowing Camilla to easily categorise the homes, customise SEO efforts, and to edit both images and text.

Visit Homesandhousing.dk

The results

Homes and Housing is the epitome of a successful start-up company. Business success has been based on a good digital strategy where the site is the hub of all communications.

Homes and Housing appears on pages 1 and 2 across a wide range of valuable search phrases, and today, virtually all customers arrive via the website. Customers claim a 1: 1 experience when they meet Camilla in person having first landed on her website.

DNA Design Testimonial
Homes and housing website
"My website is the alpha and omega of my business, because it's on the net that my customers find me. DNA Design has helped me to communicate both my services and housing in a beautiful and user-friendly way."

Camilla BarfoedOwner