KOS Design - BBL Asset Management

BBL Asset Management

Project

BBL Asset Management website revamp
Commencement: January 2018

Deliverables

Concept design, website design and development, UX/UI, data migration

KOS Design - BBL Asset Management

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Web Design & Development

BBL Asset Management

KOS Design - BBL Asset Management
KOS understood main challenges and clarified communication goals for BBLAM website. BBLAM previously lacked attractive, easy-to-navigate layout and design. Content update and navigation was not parallel and optimized for multi-language formats.

Consequently, KOS aimed to design website that is user-focused and answers needs for all target audiences which range from younger generation to seniors that are less tech-savvy. The layout of each page responds to this factor precisely. Implementing features that support financial and corporate content, the website presents huge amounts of content and information in a simple and clean, BBLAM branded, user experience and interface.

As a financial based website, BBLAM security for CMS is top priority. KOS applied multiple group admission for content management. Content edit team is able to manage specific sections only. Data must be verified and approved by another supervisor party.
KOS Design - BBL Asset Management
Working with Tomek and the team has been a pleasure.

Their response on every issue was always prompt with full dedication to help us solve our problems.

It has been a great experience working with such a capable and responsible team.

Global Investment Management Team

BBL Asset Management

Web Design & Development

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