Your law firm website design is more than just a marketing tool. It’s the face of your law practice. Make it stand out.
If you haven’t upgraded your website recently, it’s a better time than ever to do so. Known as “Web 2.0,” the latest trends in web development represent a revolution in design. The proliferation of high-resolution monitors means that your website can now incorporate graphic elements that grab the viewer’s attention like never before. New Cascading Style Sheet (or CSS) design provides users the opportunity to have “table-less” HTML – and layouts that go beyond the restraints of a grid. In addition, by incorporating blogs and social networking sites into your design, you can transform your website from a marketing tool for potential clients to find you, into one for you to find them.
At NextClient, our design team is dedicated to working closely with clients to build a website that will not only take advantage of all that Web 2.0 has to offer, but that will fully capture what makes your practice unique. When new clients look through our design gallery, they often tell us that they’re surprised these designs all come from the same team. We take that as a compliment – we want our websites to bear the client’s signature and personality, not ours. For us, this isn’t a client service issue, but a practical solution to our goal of setting each client apart, not only from their competitors, but from every other site on the web, legal and otherwise.
Revitalize Your Web Presence with a Custom Managed Website
There’s never been a better time to replace your old site with a NextClient Custom Managed Website. In the decade since NextClient began helping attorneys and law firms across the country establish a dynamic web presence, the internet has changed dramatically. Websites have become increasingly interactive and user-directed. Social networking interfaces have forged a new, expansive web of connections between people and organizations. Search engines have found ever more sophisticated ways to classify, rank, and organize information. In the area of visual presentation, the proliferation of broadband and widescreen, high-resolution monitors has spearheaded compelling new developments in web design.