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Updating Your Website and Your Brand for 2018

When making websites, we understand that a website we build for you today may be outdated as soon as a year from page launch. Because the internet is a part of technology, new things and ways to consume data and information routinely come out. A page that we made five years ago may not have the same functionality as a page that is created today. That’s why we offer website development services to update your brand website and attempt to add functionality where none exists.

Many times we do this to conform with best practices for responsive website building, since most websites nowadays are viewed on mobile devices. Since the majority of our websites we handle are built on the WordPress platform, enabling older sites of our own for mobile responsiveness is usually not only a no-brainer, it’s fairly simple as well.

However, we do also service clients who are interested in updating or changing their brand image. When this happens, we are glad to help! Check out what we’ve done for some of our clients:

Tucked In Organics

Owners Jason and Emily had us build them a custom eCommerce site a few years back. Since then, their brand image has changed and evolved with time. We’ve kept up with some of the latest in trending web design and kept their website up-to-par. When we were asked to make the page more “serious”, of course we obliged. Even just a few tiny changes on a website can make a lot of difference, and some of the changes — fonts, colors, and sizes — really changed the overall look and feel of the Tucked In Organics brand.


Morr Interiors

Owner Stephanie was interested in rebranding. We went through a few smaller changes to make her gallery more mobile-friendly and to really showcase how beautiful her interior design work is. After we went through making those changes, we decided we could do some light editing to bring the page into a more modern setting.


NH iPhone Repair

Sometimes website updates are not just for looks, they’re actually for usability. Many websites we inherit are plagued with usability problems, so when onboarding a client, we typically tour their website on a variety of devices (desktop, laptop, tablet, mobile) and a variety of browsers to make sure that the experience they want to give their website visitors is displayed in their website. Usability problems can range from slow loading pages to problematic navigation to lack of responsiveness. Sometimes we get sites that need a bit of massaging and TLC to give the very best user experience possible.

In this case, we inherited NH iPhone Repair’s website, which came with a bunch of problems including a too-long repair menu, problems on mobile, and other visibility issues in regards to the layout. As technology changes, these issues can crop up and we try to squash them as soon as we can. While we don’t have a “before” screenshot of this website, we did extensive back-end work to make sure that visitors experienced this website with less bugs and problems. One of the major changes we made was implementing images of each device to help with device identification.

NH iPhone Repair

If you have a website you need to update and bring into 2018, contact us today! We can help with most issues and get your website up-to-par with the latest design trends and industry standards.

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