Personal websites for Pastors. Is it a good idea? The opinion on this is quite divided. The question we always ask is, “Does the Pastor have an identity that is independent of the church?” Of course they do. We believe that every Pastor should have a personal website that they can use to discuss church and non-church topics.
It is rare that we hear the words, “I need it quickly” from a client. I think that in most cases this is because they are expecting the process of building a website to take some significant time. And, in many cases it does take some time. In this particular case, The LeBlanc Agency needed a simple, practical, website solution delivered quickly. Needless to say, we delivered!
Conveying the message that you deliver amazing food, amazing service, and are yet transparent at the same time is no easy chore. For this Catering Purveyor from Nashville Tennessee, the message is clear: “If you need a Caterer for a Wedding, Corporate Event, or Private Party, we’re the one.”
BenchMark Public Adjusting Group was referred to us by a friend who provides IT support services to the company. In short, their old website, which you will see in the full case study, was a bit dated and static. The client wanted to present a more professional and unified Web Presence and also wanted to make sure that they could update and manage content on their own. Read on to see the solution we delivered.
This Shane’s Rib Shack project was particularly challenging in respect to maintaining the corporate color scheme while trying to overcome the presence of harsh bright colors. Requirements included the ability to view and filter the menu by category and ensure that contact and location information were constantly in view of the visitor. Social Media Integration is present as well. In the end a very usable and visually pleasing solution was implemented.