This NYC dentists’ office provides a myriad of dental services to busy Manhattan professionals… in 10 different languages! After all, they do sit across from the U.N.
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 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 Brooklyn, NY business to business supply company webpage needed a makeover pretty bad. The original design looked like it was created in the early days of the internet. They had no logo…
This New York City musician’s original website was convoluted. It sported photos that were oversized and arranged haphazardly. In redesigning the site, the first thing we did was…
This New York City magician asked us to re-design his website and perform our own brand of magic. To make the experience more user-friendly, we improved the website navigation so visitors could more easily find the information they need.
This New York City theatrical designer’s website needed a major overhaul. They were experiencing a very poor CONVERSION RATE; how many people visit the website vs. how many people actually contact them to do business.
It doesn’t take a website designer to know that the free site templates you get from Godaddy and other hosting companies are really bad.
The original website for this New York City based consultant had all the pieces of the puzzle – a twitter page, a facebook page, a blog – but…
This new New York City based restaurant consultant asked us to build a website for his business that would clearly convey his expertise in the culinary arts.
This New York City business coach’s website was well past its expiration date… READ MORE
When you do freelance work, you need a good way to show your best work to potential employers. What better medium than a website?! READ MORE
If your website looks like it hasn’t been updated in many years, visitors may even think that you’re no longer in business! READ MORE
As part of this website makeover project, we peppered the website with locality specific terms (i.e. Manhattan, Park Avenue, New York City, 56th Street).