The European Building Automation and Controls Association is an industry platform supporting home controls, building automation and energy services.
the voice of European manufacturers.
EUBAC is the voice of European manufacturers in the home & building automation sector. Their vision is a world where anyone lives in buildings that are smart, decarbonised and efficient.
EUBAC received a full website rebrand and replatformed from Contenido CMS to WordPress to ease up their content management flow. The logo remained untouched.
Project goal: Rebrand the website and replatform to WordPress. In addition, make a copy of the project for their second site EU.ESCO
We started with understanding the needs and goals of EUBAC and their users. What does the website needs to be able to do today, tomorrow, but also the day after tomorrow?
The website received a full-makeover, while the logo of the brand remained untouched.
The website is developed on WordPress and uses PJAX to smoothly transition from page to page. This makes the website load faster and allows animations when navigation through all pages.
Their publication filter retrieves publications by a specific topic in real time. The same theory is also used on their EUBAC Members page. You see a grid of all the EUBAC members and when clicking on one, the information of that specific member is retrieved behind the scenes and displayed in-between the grid.
The original EUBAC website when they reached out to Weichie.com was built on Contenido. A very dated CMS with no export features. We replatformed their entire website to WordPress to make the website more user-friendly for our client.
Copy for EU.ESCO
Once the new EUBAC website was done, we made an entire copy of the WordPress theme and put on the EU.ESCO coat on the templates. Making the two sites similar and the main reason for this was to also step away from Contenido CMS for their EU.ESCO website.
Now their two sites run the same WordPress Back- & Front-end.