While most of our content on the blog is about the built environment, this post is about the built virtual environment – our website! We recently launched a new web experience that is updated, mobile-friendly, and has more content and resources for our clients.
In addition to the general pride that we feel about launching a new site and presenting ourselves to the market, there are some features on the site that were designed specifically to help our clients and friends in the industry to better understand the state of sustainability, and how our field is changing and growing. Here are a few highlights:
We have broken the content down to apply to each of our core customer types – architects, developers, corporations, and the public sector. We’ve learned that each of these types of customers cares about the same issues in the built environment, but for very different reasons. And depending on which segment you fall into, we might support your business in different ways. So now it’s easier for you to find your business or organizational needs reflected back to you on our site. Learn more about our core market segments here.
We have added a download center so that you can find all of our white papers and ebooks in one place. We produce new content all the time, so keep an eye on our newsletter and social channels to be alerted when new content is released. The download center is where you can find content about our values-driven approach to sustainability; great client stories; and steps to achieve Net Zero. Stay tuned for more! You can access the Download center here.
Our project showcase has been enhanced to include more images of our projects, and easier filtering. So you can look up projects by region, industry, result, and key words to zero in on exactly what you are looking for. Learn all about our clients and projects here.
The website will continue to be a hub for Paladino’s ideas, solutions, and services. It is the home base for the content that you will also find on out Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn pages. We hope you spend some time on the site, learning about the issues that matter most at the intersection of business, design, and environment.