Michael and Shannon Grote wanted an updated, modern, and intuitive new look for their site that had been sitting by the wayside for quite some time. Using a simplified navigation, completely reworked homepage, and a new color scheme, we were able to create a site that is easy to use and even better to look at.
Their pages now have clearer calls to action, better methods of contact, and a new focus on blogs to make Mile High Title Research really stand out from the pack.
View it at milehighresearch.com
Brianne, Jerrod, and Vinny came to us seeking a custom-built site for their law firm, FWI Legal. They were looking for a site that would feel and function as good or better than some of the top law firms in the country. By working closely with FWI Legal to get the features and visual elements just right, we were able to create a site that elevated their online presence to the next level and reach clients like never before.
Take a look at fwilegal.com
Jamie Cornell was looking for a way to take her online presence to the next level and provide coaching courses through her site. We built her an easy-to-use platform to get coaching advice all in one place, while using a strong sense of color, texture, and a modern look and style. This site also is built with functionality for her individual clients to sign up for online courses and track their progress online from their user portal.
Columbia Sanitary wanted a site that was easy to navigate, great to look at, and didn’t take itself too seriously. This new site design does just that, with great color, layout, and ease of use.
Dave Johnson and the C Squared team were looking to get a new platform for their online content and generate more leads among younger audiences. Using eye catching text, a 21st-century look, and clear calls to action and ways to connect, we built a site that looks and functions exactly the way a modern site should.
The site utilizes videos to convey strong and relevant message.
Meet Mary Marshall had an outdated web design and usability. We redesigned it with a better user experience in mind with a more clear, concise scheme.
Larkin came to us with a very basic web site. We redesigned it to bring it into the 21st Century and helped them create three main calls to action to showcase their areas of expertise.
The owner of Denver Tux asked EduCyber to come in and help completely revamp his company’s website. It was built on antiquated technology and for a time when they had a different business model.
This site now shows some of the kinds of tuxes that they offer as well as the kinds of events – weddings, proms, other formal events – that they can help people with. It also helps them capture the information they need so they can help their customers as efficiently as possible.
Denver Advisory Board, a business networking organization in Metro Denver was in need of a system to help manage their membership and meeting RSVPs. The group used to use a third-party site to manage events but EduCyber’s Membership management system enabled them to do it all on their own website. With the new system, they are able to track and communicate with their members with added communication tools and keep member engagement score online.
BCER came to us as they were expanding and needed a very visual website to showcase the kinds of projects they work on. We built a custom application that helps their on staff person easily upload details on projects, put them into the proper categories and display them appropriately throughout the site. The site is designed with more visual aspects showcasing their work throughout the site with larger images.