Four Brick Court responsive website design

A complete rebrand for a set of family law barristers in Temple, London. Four Brick Court has worked with Mash to create a stunning new logo and responsive website design.




What we delivered

Identity and stationery set
Website design
Responsive digital design

Last word

“Working with Mash has been a hugely positive experience for us at Four Brick Court. The design team has an excellent working knowledge of the intricacies of what a chambers will require from a website. There really is no substitute for experience and Mash has it in spades.”
– Kieran Pugh, Barrister

The challenge

To reach a new Direct Access audience without alienating solicitors. Also to create a new look and feel that would be embraced by both the conservative and more marketing-savvy members of Chambers alike.

Our approach

The entire website was redesigned to offer clear routes into the content for two distinct audiences — members of the public and solicitors. The look and feel was deliberately commercial, positioning the set as forward-looking, rather than solely embedded in their traditional past. Dynamic reportage-style photography brought the content to life and a reliable content management system gave control back to Chambers to keep the profiles and all key information up to date on the site.

Statistically it was felt that the Direct Access audience would be increasingly likely to browse the site on mobile devices and smart phones, which reinforced the decision to make the website responsive.

Four Brick Court responsive website design yields results

Within Chambers the rebrand and development of the new website has been unequivocally positive, with one member saying they were ‘proud to be referring people to the website’. The site has been well received by solicitors and members of the public. In particular Direct Access enquiries have increased since the launch which was a key objective of the redesign.

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