Since our development in the D.C. area, we’ve had numerous clients contact us for help revising or creating their online presence. Our designers work hard to make sure customers are always a big part of the creative process, getting to know the ins and outs of your business so everyone involved can suggest changes based on deeper awareness and care.
Each of our D.C. customers leave with a great new site, knowing they can always come back for future revisions too.
It’s our passion to ensure clients get everything they’re looking for.
Our list below describes some of our favorite project details with clients not too far from the Potomac River.
Kids Rock is a Baltimore-based summer and day camp company with a bright, energetic design. Their homepage image of a grinning child in swim wear is taken right in the middle of action, and the whole site smartly uses pictures that include the activities kids accomplish there. The design makes their site feel like a playground, with bright colors and punchy calls to action for each informative slide. They’re quick to specify what their summer options are, including trips to the nearby Washington D.C. Zoo and STEM-related prep classes for participants with science-y passions.
KPWB is an environmental nonprofit based in Prince William County, VA, and they teach conservation methods to individual residents, businesses, and government institutions to inspire greener environmental stewardship. Their site brings a light atmosphere, with brightly colored earth tones and homepage images of locals working hard to clear brush and clean the soil. They include a convincing count of how many volunteer hours and pounds of trash they annually collect, and their “donate” and “volunteer” calls to action are green and impossible to miss from the center page.
The Arc of Greater Prince William County is a nonprofit that needed help recreating their online presence without breaking the bank. We were able to closely work with them to help rebuild their branding based on their artistic logo across the entire website. As a company that offers development opportunities for intellectually and developmentally disabled people, their homepage images of happy participants and descriptions of their clients’ personal achievements go a long way in establishing credibility with visitors. Their central homepage bar offers every page with easy-to-navigate drop-down menus.
The V2 Systems company serves the entire DC-Baltimore metro area, and let you know via their homepage’s bright orange contact bar at the top. As a Managed IT and Security firm, their main slider image provides a call to action about learning more about their specific services, while just under it they describe their expertise and track record since the company’s inception in 1995. They also present a unique description of their average employee tenure, which is 10 years on the job. As a self-described small company that only employs a select few, those people’s experience and general expertise are paramount toward convincing new clients to choose V2.
The D.C. area’s Eller Group is a project management and owner’s representation service company, meaning they’re always focused on retaining and recruiting new clients in need. Their minimalist presentation shows a stunning image of their office and a thorough description just below to better help visitors understand the more social and abstract nature of their work. Everything on the site just feels crisp with a white and dark blue palette and very concise descriptions of what they offer. Their portfolio section is some of the best we’ve seen, including project costs and the specific work they did, all without looking unnecessarily complex on the page.