Lean and to the point – parson redesigns website

Thanks to a small but effective redesign we could improve our website.

website enTechnical communication and knowledge management can be rather complex stuff. Sometimes, we find it difficult to present our services in such a way that a website visitor immediately understands what we are actually doing here.

We asked graphic designer Christine Lange of Langesommer to take a close look at our website and to improve it. The result is a leaner site without bells and whistles. Now you can see all important information at a glance. That's what we hope at least.

We would like to thank Langesommer and eCom Webservices for their excellent work.

If you have comments about the new design or if you miss anything, please send us and e-mail. We look forward to hearing from you.

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