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How Companies Should Approach New Website Design

How Companies Should Approach New Website Design

When a company decides to hire a design firm to develop a new website, there are a growing number of critical items to consider. The main objective should always be to meet a specific list of business goals. Whether the company simply wants to inform the public of their services, or provide a full suite of business tools, modern websites are like the motor of a car.

Proper Website Formatting

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Designing a cupcake website

Designing a cupcake website

creative web developmentIn the normal course of business, we design all sorts of Loudoun County websites for business and organizations. Some of these sites have a rigid business focus, while others inspire. The latter group is certainly more fun to design, often incorporating playful colors and design elements. What could be more fun than designing a website for a baker of cupcakes?

We recently completed and launched a fun website design for The Sweet Drop,

 
Town Website Development

Town Website Development

A newly launched website for the Town of Round Hill

 

government web development

The Town of Round Hill needed a new website design that was able to meet a wide array of requirements. These included simple navigation, access to hundreds of documents, the ability to contact individual town government departments, easy event management, be mobile ready and provide training to the town staff.

Navigation

The first task at hand was to resolve the navigation and menu

 
Loudoun Vineyard Website Design

Loudoun Vineyard Website Design

Loudoun winery webHillsborough Vineyard, located in Loudoun County, Virginia, is a family owned and operated business. Since 2003, the vineyard has produced several award winning wines. A labor of love, the process of growing several varieties of vines, cultivating and processing the grapes, and eventually bottling requires years of advanced planning. The land where Hillsborough Vineyard rests was originally sold by George William Fairfax to Jame Nelson in 1778.

The new website design had to appropriately