JMP's new website launched today. Designed by 3 Fish in a Tree, with web development by Fat Man Collective, it responds to a very challenging brief.
JMP wanted to create a site that instantly communicated the breadth of its offering and the more unusual aspects of its practice, such as its gallery space and pro bono work, while helping to drive business development by being more interactive than a traditional 'portfolio' website.
The homepage takes an editorial approach, by thematically tying together diverse stories from around the site and encouraging grazing, while a more traditional navigation and flexible search function cater for visitors who áre looking for something specific.
Projects are sortable by location, name and sector, and visitors can collect pages that interest them to be collated in a downloadable pdf document.
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