ByteSize, Inc. is an IT company in Birmingham, AL. They specialize in a variety of services, including full turnkey IT solutions, server and network support, data backup, disaster recovery, and more. They approached us because they were interested in upgrading the look of their website. However, they wanted the ability to write, insert, and edit their own copy. When we started the project, we were faced with a short deadline. ByteSize was interested in having their new site go live as quickly as possible, but it wasn’t a priority to have all of the copy in place before the launch. So, we designed and developed a template for the entire website, which provided a framework for future content. We went live with the home page and a few basic pages and from there ByteSize inserted their own content using the custom CMS tool we provided.
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We approached the project in phases. The first phase included the creation and launch of one website – Wade Sand & Gravel. That site was priority, because the products sold at Wade Sand & Gravel were most relevant to the highway construction bid. The second phase was to design and develop the other two websites – Superior Products and Red Bluff. Since each company falls under the Wade umbrella, each site utilizes the same template, with minor differences in the color palette. We then created a landing page for all three companies as an entry point for visitors.
Till, Hester, Eyer, & Brown is a full-service accounting firm in Birmingham, Alabama. Their original website was built with a generic template, so they were interested in having a custom-designed website that felt more unique and personable. When they hired us, we met with the partners of the firm to discuss exactly what they were looking for. We provided them with an entirely new design, new copy, and custom photography, including staff portraits. We also provided consultation in the creation and implementation of their social media profiles.
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If you were to do a Google search to find a video production company and/or a website design/development company, what search terms would you use?