Web Design

Tamarindo Global

Website Redesign & Migration

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Client

Founded in 2011, Tamarindo pioneered the wind information and intelligence space with a fearless spirit and a lofty objective – to lead the conversation and drive growth in the race to decarbonise. Since then, they have broadened into other technology including solar, battery storage and climate technology. Tamarindo continues to deliver its objective by giving voice and stage to the global renewables and cleantech leaders of today and tomorrow.

Today, they are the only partner that equips this global community of renewable and climate leaders with an essential hub of intelligence; a vital network of influential connections and debate; and the strategic communications advice to stimulate better commercial decisions, inspire smart investment and accelerate the pace of energy transition.

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Brief

Tamarindo was looking to migrate their website from Webflow to WordPress, aiming to facilitate easier content updates by internal staff and utilize tags/categories for content organization. In addition to the migration, we developed additional pages for key company functions, including a redesigned events page and several landing pages to be used for paid search ads. Tamarindo utilizes Hubspot and Memberstack as integral tools for their business functions, so the migration of the site also included the migration of users and forms.

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Outcome

As a result of the website migration from Webflow to WordPress, Tamarindo now benefits from a more user-friendly content management system. The internal staff can easily make content updates and efficiently organize content using tags and categories. The addition of new pages, especially the redesigned events page and targeted landing pages, enhances the overall online presence. With seamless integration of essential tools like Hubspot and Memberstack, the migration successfully ensures continuity in user management and form functionalities, contributing to a more cohesive and streamlined digital experience for Tamarindo.