The YuandaWinston website was acting more as placeholder, with basic information being presented on the homepage, no navigation and with important information such as attorney and their contact information, articles, and services, being hard-to-access, stored in PDF documents that weren’t mobile-friendly.
They needed a way to make their attorneys, offices, events and articles more accessible to potential clients, so it would be easier to showcase their knowledge and gain new leads. They also needed to ensure the website was available in both English and Chinese, given the multinational nature of their alliance.
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This local arts & crafts business decided to expand by teaching free online courses. They needed a website where they could share the templates that accompany each course and sell their products.
The site needed to be easily scalable in case they decided to sell courses in the future. We’re currently working on rebranding and adding the paid courses.
This local home improvement retailer needed an e-commerce website to showcase and sell their products after the pandemic forced them to close.
They also needed the ability to add “distributor” users who would be able to see and buy products at a wholesale price.