MG Valuation had created their initial website and worked on it over time as their needs changed, but had not re-audited it to make sure it was still serving their clients’ needs. We revamped the website with individual service pages with lead capture forms, and a more directed user flow, made sure it was mobile responsive, and included a custom blog with the ability to feature certain posts on the home page so that MG could share news about the many upcoming events they participated in.
Precision Financial needed a website that could showcase their different services, and allow clients to reach out for more information on exactly what they were looking for. We built a single lead capture form that we included on the individual service pages, and then we set up the form notifications to route according to the page where they were filled out, allowing Precision Financial to gauge the varied interest in their services.
Trinity Family Wealth wanted to showcase their services, but also the personality of their company. This required static pages, and a blog that could be updated over time. We created a custom blog template to maintain a consistent appearance for the blog articles, as well as a lead capture form that gave users a free PDF for entering their email address.
Student Assure offers an insurance product geared towards students from abroad, and specifically those from Arabic-speaking nations, which means they needed a multilingual website. We put together a website that included both an English and Arabic version of each page, which essentially meant two sites in one.
The Haunn Group is a wealth planning group that wanted to make use of video in their website, and wanted a way of hosting a video blog on their website so they could post new videos on an ongoing basis. A custom resources page solved that challenge, and individual service pages allowed The Haunn Group to capture leads from customers right from the pages where they were reading about those services.
TrueFind provides RealEstate appraisal services, so while they wanted to steer clear of the “real estate” feel, imagery was very important in the design. However, they wanted this imagery to be subtle, with more of the focus on the services they provide and the team who provides it. This site has many custom elements and animations which visually set it apart from other sites in the industry.
Vardon Planning wanted a website for the sake of their online presence, but they knew the majority of their business was going to be done outside of the website, so we used custom calls to action and several direct-call links to try to push the conversation offline. This way, the Vardon team could capture leads and follow up with each one directly to get more information.
Walsh & Company have several individual services, but they wanted to focus more on selling customers on the company itself. Individual service pages with custom lead capture forms allowed for visitors to reach out for more specific info, but the site itself is geared more towards telling the company story, while making the service information available, but not front-and-center.