You only have a few seconds to make a strong first impression when someone first visits your homepage. You run the risk of driving them away if your website is poorly designed, malfunctioning or simply not written or designed with your target audience in mind.
Our ability to solve clients’ problems and help them achieve their goals has created a sense of trust in our services, and we do not take that for granted.
A logo serves as a visual representation of your brand, and an opportunity for you to make an impression on people seeing that logo for the first time. A strong logo will reflect your law firm’s personality and the quality of your work. It should be simple, yet also professional.
The main draw of any business is the firm itself and the quality work it does, but branding and a well-executed logo are hallmarks of an effective marketing plan. It’s worth your time to scaffold the public perception of your firm with a logo that efficiently spreads awareness of your business.
Finding a creative website that is entirely unique and something that has never been seen before, is rare if not impossible. Typically a website will
Most law firm logos are poorly executed and are usually entirely text-based, quite often with one of a handful of popular fonts, which results in many firms believing that logos are not necessary for a law firm. However, there is no escaping the fact that people make decisions based on visual cues.
It seems that website sliders are everywhere. Open up the homepage of a modern website or try to buy a new WordPress theme that doesn’t
I’m proud that my article 5 Trends in Law Firm Web Design was featured by Graphic Design USA. Website design styles change so often, it is
I’m proud that my article 5 Trends in Law Firm Web Design was featured by Graphic Design USA. Website design styles change so often, it is difficult to
Website redesign projects often begin with phrases like “our website looks generic”, or “we hate our site, it looks like a template,” or “our website