Search Engine Optimization companies are making a fortune by doing the menial work that is overlooked by many designers. It is ridiculously easy to do most of the work done by most SEO companies, all you have to do is create good habits.
Another new project we have been working on here is for Sherwood Manufacturing out of Northport Michigan. Manufacturer using robots to weld parts and products for Ford, GM, Volkswagen and many other major companies. Their needs were pretty clear when they came to us with the job. They are a technical class of company and needed to represent this in a new Website. A crisp clear robotic type of look and feel to show they mean business and that just because there located in a small town they mean big business when it comes to manufacturing.
With the use of darker colors and a sophisticated layered background texture that tiles the page I fashioned up a site developed for fast loading strong text information and a clean navigation that gets the user to where they need to go for their information. Check back soon for updates on the this new project as it evolves and I reveal the link to their new Website!
Recently, we’ve been given the opportunity to revise, redesign, and revamp one of our client’s websites – Timberlee Hills Wedding Receptions.
We created a new site for them, using very modern techniques to create a look that was both elegant and functional.Their old site was not bad, but it had several downsides. As with many old sites, the coding was not compliant with modern web standards, the search engine optimization was not up to scratch, and it really didn’t portray what they wanted to show the public about their business.
Check out the new site today! Timberlee Hills Wedding Receptions.
Registering a domain is one of the first steps when building a website. A domain name is your “virtual” internet address and is what your potential consumers will be using to find your business online. Take your time; it is important not to rush into this process. Remember your domain will be used often and in many areas of your business. It should be show on your business cards, vehicle decals, radio ads, tv commercials, billboards, print ads, and paperwork.
Here are the basic rules when choosing a domain name:
– Using an extension that matches your type of business entity.
– Keeping the domain name as short as possible.
– Including words that are easy to spell.
– Choosing keywords or key phrases as part of the domain name.
– Using words based on your business name or the product or service you offer.