Project Description

Paradigm Group Commercial Real Estate

Brand Revamp, Boutique Web Design & Presentation Design

Storytelling intro with a full-screen navigation design on the custom built website

Soft Re-Brand

Taking a well-loved legacy and giving it the modern lift is no easy feat – our design team delivered a successful 21st century update for this household name that Vancouver already loves.

Mission-Specific Design & Build

Fresh features & designs were incorporated to best showcase the for lease & sale listings perfectly. We focused on telling the story of Paradigm, and conveying the dedication of their agents. The advanced URL & navigation structure bodes well for Google™ ranking potentials.

Did we mention the design & layout is beautiful, modern & engaging?

Mobile first grid, smooth and subtle animations, and finessed details are found on this commercial brokerage website design.

Fine Details That Speaks Volumes

Delivering the sense of higher-class service through a website is a subconscious process. The subtle yet significant animations on the vector icons & lines, as well as the sleek & easy full-screen navigation represent the finessed approach that the Paradigm family delivers.

Our production team pulled out all the tricks & skills, and this website reflects the workmanship.

Stationery & Presentation Design

We take the meeting arsenal seriously. Quality brokerages deserve quality presentation material for all walks of work. We made sure the Paradigm team feels well-prepared and well-dressed for every client meeting.

Our graphic design team delivered a great first impression in person too, not just online.

Eye-catching for sale and for lease designs for Paradigm ensures plenty attention throughout Vancouver.

Custom Signage Design

Curb appeal matters for brand awareness, especially in a busy urban core like Vancouver and the surrounding areas. Striking contrast, bold presence, and generous white space were incorporated to create some of the most head-turning signage to don all their properties through the Lower Mainland.