LocalisationMarch 4, 2017
Localisation is the process of implementing consistency in look and feel, (and usually functionality and generic content) to the national websites of a multinational corporation (MNC) or global brand. Digital Tsunami has implemented a consistent appearance and structure in global brand websites, such as Crestron and Heineken (which had an online style guide back in 2000), and has proselytised for and created websites which mirrored ‘parent’ sites for a long list of brands.
From Our Clients
It is clear from the enthusiasm and professionalism shown, that Digital Tsunami views each client as a long term partner contributing ideas above and beyond the development of the site and we look forward to involving them in future marketing initiatives.
Andrew was able to create an entirely new website in a short period of time and to budget. He and his team worked very well with both our Marketing and IT team.
We are very pleased with the end result. It was good to have you pushing us along for material in order that we met the agreed completion deadline - you certainly are good project managers!
Since 2003, Digital Tsunami has collaborated with Personal Broadband Australia to deliver many online solutions, including the latest www.pba.com.au site.
Central to the development process is Digital Tsunami's thorough understanding of the project needs, clear and constant communication, and creative, innovative and meticulous approach to delivering solutions.
The results are clean, intuitive, refined and cohesive, with rapidly loading pages and extremely high usability.
The benefit to PBA of this long-term relationship has been the highly effective way in which Digital Tsunami has implemented and enhanced my vision on every project.
Andrew has provided Merrell Associates with reliable service, bringing a vast wealth of knowledge in IT to the task for more than the eight years I have been working here.
We have been helped by Andrew to solve all sorts of problems and if there isn't an immediate fix, solutions are found pretty quickly.