Renowned architect William E. Poole and Venue Communications launched a site focusing on his modular home designs today. The site features several image sliders, a database of home plans, pricing forms and ecommerce. The design is modeled from his main website, William Poole Designs.
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Venuecom and Impulse Web Designs teamed up to redesign www.attydc.com, the website for Wilmington, NC Lawyer, Attorney David Collins. The client’s original website was designed from a phone book ad from six or more years ago. Obviously, styles have changed since then and our first mockup was much more modern; a little too modern for Mr. Collins, who wanted to update the look, but keep it familiar.
The challenge was this: the existing website already ranked at the top of Google for the search term Wilmington NC lawyer, but it was not converting, so one of the points we emphasized in preparing this project was that the look of the site needed to be modernized and more engaging in order to hold the attention of visitors and thereby convert more traffic into leads.
Collins was pleased with the second mockup by designer Travis Ray. We feel he designer tasked with this challenge did a great job of meshing the old, outdated look with a more modern, pleasing style in the second mockup.
In addition to aesthetic updates, over 200 unique pages were added to the site to help search engines index key service areas and locations targeted by the client. Links to the client’s Twitter and Facebook accounts were also added and a WordPress blog is slated to appear soon in order to increase the site’s social media presence.
Venuecom and Impulse Web Solutions have completed an overhaul of the website turning65nc.com. Though the site looks almost exactly the same as it did before, major changes have been made on the back end.
The changes were initially brought about because the client wished to be able to track leads coming into the site. A separate website, medicaresupplementsforless.com, was initially going to be built based off of the the original website, but after some discussion the decision was made to redirect turning65nc.com (which caused confusion for people already over the age of 65, since the website was for them as well) to the newer medicaresupplementsforless.com site.
In addition to adding a way to track leads, the code of the site was updated to be 100% W3C compliant and the design was widened to fit within a 1024 x 768 resolution monitor, which is now much more common than 800 x 600 resolution screens were when the site was initially built.
Since the site was undergoing a major coding overhaul, the opportunity was taken to also connect it to the Venue Editor, Venuecom’s content management system (CMS). This will gives the client the ability to personally manage most of the content of their website going forward.
Longtime Venuecom client William Poole Designs will soon feature a redesigned splash page based on a mockup sent by the client. The new splash page will make it quicker and easier for site visitors to reach the most popular pages of the website, as well as featuring an area for the client to add and edit important news updates and announcements via Venuecom’s content management system.
Impulse Web Solutions and Venue Communications, Wilmington NC web design companies, are teaming up once again, this time to design a new website for the Myrtle Beach Golf Experience.
The original website was hastily thrown together and added on to as necessary. The new website will feature a fresh design and focus on informing visitors about golf courses, hotels, resorts, dining and other things to do when visiting Myrtle Beach, SC.
The content of the newly designed Myrtle Beach Golf Experience website will be driven by Venuecom’s content management system and news feed plugin, giving the site owners freedom to update pages and articles on the site without having to go through their webmasters.
Venuecom, our partner web design company, will be redesigning the website for A Place to Bead, a Wilmington, NC bead store. The site was recently scheduled for redesign, but the project was never completed and it was not what the owner of the store had in mind anyway.
The new website for A Place to Bead will be given a fun, more colorful design. The owner also wanted to be able to easily handle minor updates herself in order to add dates for jewelry classes or post new pictures, which will easily be handled via the content management system that is included in all sites built by Venuecom and Impulse Web Solutions. The site will also feature a blog and e-commerce, giving the store the ability to sell its wares online as well as take payments for class registrations. She will also be switching her email newsletters from manually sending them via her personal email account to using Venuecom’s EMT (email marketing tools) system, which will allow people to sign up for the store’s newsletter online and gives better creative control to the newsletters that are sent.
This website redesign is made more affordable by taking advantage of Venuecom’s website leasing program. Contact us for details on leasing a website.
Venuecom, a Wilmington, NC web design company and partner of Impulse Web Solutions, has just been given the green light to redesign attydc.com. The website has been in existence for roughly a decade and has seen no major design overhaul in that time, so Venuecom’s web design team will work on bringing the site up to date with fresh, new graphics and a bolder appearance.
The site already has terrific search engine placement for its main key term, Wilmington NC Lawyer:
However, the client wishes to have the site rank high for other areas around Wilmington as well as for specific areas of law. To that end, the newly designed website will include many new pages of relevant content and feature a blog for the discussion of legal advice, law news and other legal matters.
It has been a busy week for Impulse Web Solutions and Venue Communications, partner Wilmington, NC web design firms. Between the two companies we have sent out or are working on sending out proposals for the following web design jobs.
- Redesign and increase search engine optimization scope of an existing client’s website. The site is at the top of search engines for its main key phrase, but the client would like to rank high for more search terms. A secondary goal is to ensure a higher conversion rate by updating the design of the website, which was probably built close to a decade ago.
- Revamp a website that focuses on providing information about the Myrtle Beach area. It was originally intended to be a one-page website with some basic information about the company, but they are now ready to flesh it out to make better use of their resources.
- Redesign a partially-completed website for a local Wilmington, NC shopkeeper. A site was started for her, but it was never completed, did not accomplish what she wanted to accomplish and is not easy for her to update. To top all of that off, the client is no longer able to get in contact with her former web designer. (And that’s why it’s better to use an established web design company instead of the friend of a friend who happens to do websites.)
- Copy an existing client’s website, update the code using CSS and make some minor modifications to help them better track leads generated from mass mailing campaigns.
In addition to these web design jobs, we have a few minor to major maintenance jobs lined up for some new and existing clients. While we’ve been very busy since at least November, this is quite a bit to come all at once. That fact makes me really glad that we recently expanded our team. And who knows, maybe all this work is a sign that the economy is turning around.