A good web design stands the test of time and the ever-changing technology landscape. Our web design team creates a targeted, goals-based approach to deliver results that improve your business.
Did you know that over half of all local searches are done on mobile devices (source)? That’s right, mobile, smartphone and tablet use is continuing to explode in popularity. Websites that don’t accommodate the mobile landscape with a responsive web design are in danger of losing their audience. Additionally, having a separate mobile site and desktop site may have a negative impact on your search engine optimization efforts.
A first-time visitor to your website will give your site about three seconds to capture their attention. Make those three seconds count. Our functional approach to web design harnesses the message of your brand to create and support your overall online presence. Our team works with you to understand the needs of your business and budget considerations, which helps to determine how your website will best serve your company. We believe that a focused, planned design will more consistently deliver your message and drive conversions on your site.
Our Evansville web design team provides that local Midwest feel and one-on-one attention for the online presence of our clients. That effort and understanding is the attention every business website needs and deserves.
Do you need help designing or redesigning your website?
Operating a national society requires expedient and easy control over website updates and membership. We used WordPress to solve their e-commerce and content editing problems.Read the case study
Their existing website did a basic job of providing information about their firm, but the design felt cluttered and navigation was cumbersome. Updating the design and improving navigation would produce a clean site with easily accessible information, reflecting their expertise and providing a clear path for making contact.Read the case study
In order to serve its 11-county area, Albion Fellows Bacon Center needed a new website. The old website had out-of-date and hard-to-update information and was very difficult to read on a smartphone.Read the case study