See how Bento Sites transformed Berkshire Hathaway's website header into a modern portfolio site (unsolicited).
When I read that Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway sold all of its shares in the four largest US airlines in response to the coronavirus, I visited his website to learn more. While I didn’t find the answer, I did find a website desperately in need of a makeover.
Frankly, the website looks more like a bare-bones outline than the homepage of the third-largest conglomerate in the world. There are no headings, no images, no CTAs, no hierarchy, etc. There’s not even a navigation bar.
In this post, I’m going to redesign the header of Berkshire Hathaway’s website (unsolicited).
Transform Berkshire Hathaway’s header into a modern portfolio site that’s easy for shareholders and journalists to navigate.
Direct shareholders to read the Owner’s Manual.
Before (Designed by Berkshire Hathaway)
After (Designed by Bento Sites)
- Wall Street Playbook