We have designed and built a mobile optimised dual language website for The Rio Tinto Foundation – a non-profit organisation aimed at promoting socioeconomic development in Guinea.
The site has been developed on the WordPress platform enabling client content management and updates across both language variants.
After a four way pitch process SampsonMay are very pleased to announce that we have been chosen to design, develop and build Ophir Energy plc’s new corporate website.
The new website comes at an important time for Ophir as they complete the purchase and subsequent incorporation of Salamander Energy into the new Ophir Group.
With an initial Africa focus Ophir has expanded its strategic operations by recently purchasing assets in South East Asia, prior to acquiring Salamander and its assets in the same region. The website needs to clearly define the expanded Group’s operational focus as well as its strategic aims and ambitions whilst retaining audience engagement and improving the ease of navigation for the all stakeholder groups.
Following entry onto the LSE Main Market earlier this year, we have been appointed to work with SEPLAT Petroleum Development Company Plc to produce their maiden 2014 Annual Report and Accounts and redesign a new mobile optimised corporate website for the Company.
We have just designed the new corporate website for Sweet Group plc, a global provider of professional services for the construction and management of building and infrastructure projects.
The site presents the Group’s worldwide service capability, with the application of regional filtering around project case studies and sector/service expertise.
The site has initially launched in English but a full Chinese version will go live soon after the phase one UK language version.
We have just designed a new website for Faroe Petroleum plc.
We started working with the Faroe team on their 2012 Annual Report and Accounts and since this time we have been working closely to implement a brand refresh prior to the development of their new site and 2013 annual report.
The responsive site follows an initial brand positioning exercise and also accompanies our work on their 2013 annual report.