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I recently concluded some really exciting work with Wallingford Law, a law firm based in Lexington, Kentucky. They initially reached out to us through a mutual friend, ready to take their website to the next level.
Apparently, the firm had been doing quite well for themselves, and wanted their web presence to reflect that. After taking a quick glance at their site, it became clear that we could provide quite a bit of value for Wallingford Law. But as we all know, looks can be deceiving, so let’s see how we really did…
After our initial consultation with Wallingford law, we learned that they wanted to “level up” their web presence to one that was much more modern and indicative of the values that the firm wanted to express. We talked for a while, and eventually distilled down the problem into two parts:
In addition to the usual problems that we are tasked with solving (increasing traffic to the site and optimizing it for conversions), we were to be intensely focused on the site aesthetic to promote a more modern feel.
Here’s how we did that…
As usual, the site was built with SEO and conversion optimization in mind (our last case study does a better job of showing you how we did that), though this time we really wanted to heavily leverage some very modern design elements.
We’ll go through exactly what we did in a moment, but first, here’s a look at their site before we had a chance to spruce it up :
As you can see, it’s quite a decent site. There are a few specific problems that we noticed immediately, though:
Here’s what the home page looked like after we got our hands on it (minus the green markings, of course):
As you can see, this site is boasts an incredibly-modern aesthetic, yet still adheres to sound best practices to drive targeted traffic into paying customers. As always, this site was the result of weeks of research and, most importantly, feedback from real potential customers during usability testing sessions!
Oh, and as always, it’s incredibly mobile-friendly:
Although there was an incredible internal praise for the project, it is still too soon to determine the direct and tangible business results that this new web presence will yield Wallingford Law, so stay tuned!
In working with the awesome team at Wallingford Law, we learned quite a bit: