Have you seen these great web design projects?
From the website launch of Titleist’s Vokey Wedges to the large-scale web project for General Electric, the collection of web design work below are proven projects that delivered amazing results for their clients. Web design may not seem too important, but when done right, it can be the most valuable asset to your business. So come check out the agencies doing great web design and development work and see the true professionals in action.
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Copious, the Portland digital agency specializing in web and e-commerce, partnered with the Fuerst Group to update the website of Chrome Industries – an online apparel company. To align with the company’s evolving brand position, Copious created a beautiful and content-rich e-commerce website on Magento.
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Promethean, a global education company, approached Atlanta digital agency Look Listen to redesign the way the company sold, supported and informed their customers across all digital platforms. To create a digital experience that benefitted both the company and the user, Look Listen created an elegant interaction of CRM, CMS, and modern front-end technology and married it with great UX strategy to deliver a rich web experience.
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In early 2016, Red Door Interactive redesigned the website for Titleist and their new Vokey Design SM6 wedges. Red Door created a new landing page, product pages, and improved the overall user experience of the site. Months following the launch of the new website, user engagement increased 22.7% in average session duration.
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Twelve South, an online company that sells beautifully design accessories for Apple products, was looking to expand their product offerings and needed to update their e-commerce website. They chose eHouse Studios to lead the development of creating a responsive website that would support their current products, be optimal on mobile and also set the company for growth. The website redesign decreased the bounce rate by 43%, saw a 100% increase in user engagement, and won multiple awards in 2014-2015
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BKLYN, a New York City web design agency, partnered with the Northern Manhattan Perinatal Partnership (NMPP), a non-profit that helps families get perinatal care in New York City, to design a family friendly website that was easy for anyone to use. The design was used in a New York City Subway Campaign and received attention when Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton decided to ride the Subway and noticed the Ad.
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reKindness, a company that allows its members to swap their unwanted clothes for items that they actually want to wear, approached Black Bear Design to help them build a simple and clean website. The site received a ton of recognition and was featured in all type of magazines, shows and online media.
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The General Electric, Intelligent Platforms team has software that monitors, reports and predicts issues on large industrial equipment around the globe. Their team came to Dom & Tom to develop a web application that would aggregate and graphically display data and insights about their prominent “catches of the week” in regards to predicting breakdowns in industrial equipment – saving the industry time and money. We worked with General Electric to construct and implement an intuitive animated front-end that graphically displays their data. Designed and built with a modern tech stack, the app is able to support various devices, browsers and potentially into a 3D experience.
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O’Neill Communications, a web design agency from Atlanta, was asked to rebrand and redesign the North Carolina Council on Developmental Disabilities’ brand identity and website. The NCCDD believed that their original website was not doing a good job of telling the organization’s story and reaching North Carolina’s disability community. The website redesign transformed the old site into a dynamic, energetic and informative hub. Using powerful photography, clean and concise copy to enhance user experience, the new NCCDD website became the go-to resource for people with disabilities, their families, and other community members.
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