VCU

Client Brief

Silverline, a pioneer in jewellery brands is resonant with years of experience, traditional heritage & dedicated craftsmanship. They wanted us to revamp their website, their old website had lots of bugs, errors

Idea

Idea was to give the client a smooth and bug-free website, with all the future possibilities to change and revamp the front end.

Execution

We checked the back end code and list down all the errors and shortcomings in the existing code. While doing the same front end design also get disrupted, so we had to work on design aswell.

Result

We had worked on the product catalogue and gateway integration of the website and insured a smooth and healthy client experience.

VCU

Digital Marketing

  1. New Delhi

Services

Clients

Category Experience

Employees

1-10 Employees

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