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Adelaide Brighton

The Project

Adelaide Brighton sought a new website that personified their core values, whilst being able to continuously update their content.

JABA built the current mobile responsive website for Adelaide Brighton (ADBRI) in congruence with a range of photoshoots across the host of constructions and lime producing sites throughout both Adelaide and Melbourne. This website was designed to be mobile and tablet responsive, however, our Google Analytics research determined that the primary device used to view the previous ADBRI website was through desktop. Therefore we designed the new Adelaide Brighton website with the intent of being used predominantly for this device, but JABA still makes sure both experiences are worthwhile.

JABA's Content Management System allows for the directors of Adelaide Brighton to continually update their ASX announcements and product price increases. ADBRI also manage their financial results, presentations, reports, newsletters, shareholders meetings notes and their noteworthy financial calendar of upcoming events by posting additional content throughout their website using the JABA CMS.

About Adelaide Brighton

Adelaide Brighton is one of Australia's leading construction materials and lime producing companies.

ADBRI supplies products into the building, construction, infrastructure and mineral processing markets throughout Australia. They're an S&P/ASX100 listed company with over 1,400 employees Australia wide that are passionate and dedicated within the industry. Their products include clinker and cement, premixed concrete and aggregates and concrete products. ADBRI has manufacturing and sales facilities that are nationally located to support their competitive position and strong customer focus.

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