This Manalapan, NJ home improvement company needed a website re-design with better organization. The new design we created offered a sleek layout that with an easy to use navigation bar.
These Virginia air quality contractors needed a professional website design to advertise their air purifying capabilities. An easy to use navigation bar makes browsing the website simple.
This Long Island, New York golf course needed a new website design to reflect the beauty of the landscape, and communicate the great perks of membership. In the new site we constructed, the menu at the top of the page allows easy navigation to all of the important information for prospective and existing members.
The original webpage design for this Scarsdale, NY psychologist was difficult for visitors to navigation. Most websites have only one menu for their home page, services and contact information.
Until recently, this Chantilly, Virginia plumber didn’t have a website for customers to use and refer to. A user-friendly site should be a primary lead generating tool in any business’ arsenal. When we were contacted to design this plumbers website, they wanted us to make a modern, yet simple, website for anyone to use who’s in need of professional plumbing assistance.
This Jersey City, New Jersey dentist entrusted us to design his first website. We made the page bright and blue because we wanted to look friendly and comforting for patients.
The original website design for this business consultant struggled to clearly define what the specific consulting services were that she offers and her branding was limited because she lacked a formal logo.
The original website design for this Essex County, New Jersey lawyer was not well organized. The navigation bar didn’t have a services tab.
The original website design for this Northern Virginia dentist was very dark and uninviting. And not well organized. And not mobile friendly.
The original webpage design for this pediatric dentist in Bronx, New York had was missing some important elements prospective dental patients typically want to read up on. For instance, accepted insurances and patient testimonials.
The original website design for this software provider was little more than a Godaddy placeholder page. They hired us to develop a responsive site that would communicate more, and look much more appealing, whether viewed on the computer or on a tablet or mobile device.
This Irish bar located in Hoboken, New Jersey reached out to us to redesign their website. From an aesthetic standpoint, it didn’t quite reflect the decorative feel of this soccer bar.
This Fort Lee, New Jersey eco-friendly cleaning service provider hired us to design them a website that clearly communicated green cleaning services. Customers don’t want to go on a scavenger hunt for information so as with any service company, it’s important to immediately communicate what you do in text and visual form on the homepage, and that’s what we did.
This Sterling, Virginia auto repair shop called us for a website redesign. Their original site website was uninviting and unorganized…READ MORE
This Arlington, Virginia limousine rental company contacted us to re-develop their website. Their original website design was somewhat unorganized and antiquated looking and contained outdated information about their vehicle fleet.
This Washington DC home services contractor needed a website that would match the existing branding elements already in use on their other sites, and their trucks and their marketing materials. When browsing a website we know how annoying it can be when you can’t find the information you’re looking for such as ‘services’.
The original design for this real estate attorney’s website was difficult to navigate, and frankly there was too much information crammed into the space.
The original website for this Mahwah, New Jersey doctor did little more than an acknowledgement that the business existed. It was left unfinished, looked drab, and barely gave enough information for a customer to find them, if they were ever inspired enough to do so.
The original website design for this Montclair, New Jersey restaurant gave the impression that this was a seedy little hole-in-the-wall, when in actuality it is a fabulous, upscale eatery, located in an architecturally magnificent building.
This Virginia contractor, company had an unusual, but very helpful pipe repair service. And they needed a web site that could explain why their service should be utilized and preferred over other options.
The original website design for this Passaic, New Jersey delivery service was antiquated and off-putting. Links and images were broken. Information was poorly organized.
Nobody looks through the phone book for contractors anymore. Prospects use the internet to locate a firm they feel they can trust. The original website design for this Annapolis, Maryland HVAC contractor was outdated and lacked polish.
This site was designed for group that owns and operates several restaurants, and lounges in Hoboken and New York City. In order to attract more investors, they needed an impressive web presence.
This Virginia restaurant’s original site was rather bland. Following the redesign, customers can clearly see this place is special, and why. You create your own healthy choice meal, with fresh ingredients in fun atmosphere, etc.
The original site for this Virginia equipment rental company lacked imagination, and had no method for the site owner to update their inventory without having to contact and pay a website designer every time.
This metal band webpage was created to provide this musical group a chance to communicate with their fans, as well as a forum to sell music.
This New Jersey court reporting business hired us to create this professional webpage design to clearly convey their services.
The original website for this Sterling, Virginia auto shop lacked a polished design. The grayscale coloring was uninviting, and the site contained an incomplete list of services.
This original site for this Hampton Roads, Virginia contractor sported broken links, incomplete pages. In short, it wasn’t very professional, and probably served to scare away more customers than it brought in.
This Annapolis, Maryland fence and deck contractor does beautiful work, but their original website design did not give visitors the impression of quality that would draw customers in.
The original website for this Maryland attorney contained lots of links to others sites. It’s a mistake to “help” clients understand the subject matter by redirecting them.
This New York City bar/lounge’s original website made it difficult to discern if they were promoting their own business, or an outside vendor.
This Virginia Beach martial arts studio’s website design needed a makeover. Their old site was a bit dull, hard to navigate, and just not doing a good enough job converting visitors into customers…
We redesigned this Fall’s Church, Virginia dog trainer’s website to make sure it stood out as soon as a viewer visited the page. The old website was cluttered and didn’t clearly convey all of the services offered…
We developed this Washington DC drapery cleaning company’s website with search engines in mind. Potential customers no longer search for their services in the phonebook, so it’s important they (and you!) have a website that utilizes keywords associated with the type of business…
When we were creating a website for this Tom’s River, New Jersey doctors’ office, we had to make sure that the website fit the industry. Patients want to know as much about the doctors and the services that they offer before they make a decision about who to setup an appointment with…
In additional to just needing a more professional webpage design, this Rutherford, New Jersey restaurant also needed a content management system (CMS) so they could add new specials and update their menus on a regular basis. Their initial site lacked a CMS that would allow them to make such ongoing changes.
This local New Jersey charity run website design project was done pro-bono. We wanted to show support for a good cause (fighting reckless teenage driving) with local roots…
This West Virginia HVAC contractor wanted a new source of clients and knew that a search engine optimized website design would do the trick because everyone now looks for contractors online and nobody is using the phonebook…
The original website for this Maryland landscape contractor was so poorly organized and outdated and just not converting enough visitors into actual clients. So, they hired us to redesign the website and make it more effective.
We redesigned this Virginia Auto Repair Business’ website to give it a more professional look that matches their high end repair services. They’re the top rated company in the area, and their original site made it look like they were a fly-by-night operation.
For this Bergen County New Jersey painter’s website design, we used a fun brush stroke background to be reflective of the type of business. And a logo with the business in mind as well.
This Virginia Home Improvement contractor needed a website designed to show visitors the products they offered in their retail location to entice people to come visit their showroom…
For this Virginia auto service center, we designed a website with a professional feel and simple layout that allowed for easy navigation. Nobody searches for these types of businesses in the phonebook anymore.
This Virginia consulting company had plenty of content on their old website, but it was very difficult to navigate and thus made for a poor user experience. And when visitors get frustrated, they immediately exit and search for competitor sites…