The Design Business Association unveils new site from Spring
The Design Business Association (DBA) has unveiled its new website, following a major refresh by design agency Spring.
The new site offers a streamlined aesthetic and enhanced user experience, with improved access to a wealth of information and essential resources.
Deborah Dawton, chief executive of DBA, said: “The DBA exists to champion design as a driver of business growth and reputation, and our new website demonstrates our authority. The scale of the project was met with enthusiasm by Spring who managed us through the transition effortlessly. They were a delight to work with, professional, responsive and rigorous.”
Erika Clegg, co-founder and creative director of Spring, said: “The DBA is one of the most important voices for and of British design, and leads the charge for design to be integrated into business at board level. The organisation had been too busy focusing on this important work for years to update the website – so when the time came, I was delighted that I could offer Spring’s web design and build services at cost in support. The outcome of the project is a great success and will undoubtedly power more growth in influence and scale for the DBA.”
Headquartered in the British seaside town of Southwold, Spring works with clients including the Moroccan National Tourism Office, National Trust, the East of England, The Conservative Party, DanceEast, Adnams, Gainsborough’s House, Champagne Bollinger and EDF Energy.
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