Multiple journeys; singular solution.
The new Tamaki Regeneration website is actually two responsive sites built as one: seamlessly sharing a common database, functionality and content.
The main Tamaki site provides clear user journeys for the community, developers and investors and also potential home buyers, while the second - Tamaki Housing - site is operational, allowing administrative content to be managed for residents of the area’s social housing.
Tamaki Regeneration is an evolving programme, so the most important user journey focuses on building a site platform that could grow and evolve over time as the programme, and the online needs of each of the audiences, evolves.
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