Hope City Church needed a younger and more easy to update website to match their much more active social media and online communication goals, so we created a website that put more power in their hands. Online donations, the ability to request and schedule meetings, and a robust video library were some of the solutions we implemented to help make it easier for Hope City to keep their content fresh, and make it easier for first-timers and the community at large to engage with them.
Southside Church was looking to find new members to join their internal community and needed to make it easy to find and attend the Church, but they also have a robust collection of sermons, articles and stories to keep their visitors coming back to the site. A custom blog template, along with a detailed custom navigation make it easy for newcomers and returning visitors alike to find what they were looking for.
The Pineridge House knew that many of their visitors would be on the site to keep up with the latest sermons, so we built a custom blog template to house those sermons, and featured them prominently through the site, including a featured gallery on the home page that would give visitors quick access to some of the most recent and most popular sermons.
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.
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.