I Love to give people a new sparkly website! Competition is fierce on the net and your website is your first impression.
Kelly, President of Kinahan Associates was in need of a serious update, the company website was trapped in 1998. The business has grown and we know design and technology changes in a blink.
Blink it changed!
The website was not mobile ready either. In with the new and out with the old I say!
Lets take a look at what the site used to look like! Trapped in 1998! While Ive worked on ‘worse’ you can see it was in need of updating and go mobile.
We did a new logo and updated branding colors. Kinahan Associates works with a lot of medical so we opted for the tradition blue-greens in the medical industry for colors.
And well, who doesn’t like shades of blue-green? 🙂 Its more soothing.
Kinahan Associates now has proper files for printing the logo as well; this is important when you need to use your logo with different media. They are ready for a new media kit and promotional materials.
She didn’t have all the proper files before, the branding was done many years ago. Ya know that first starting out logo and you don’t know better yet… How many of you have been there? Even I was once there…
I also made mobile icons. Today we can easily save websites to our phone and tablet home screens like an app.
Kelly also wanted to make maintaining the website easier so we switched to WordPress. WordPress is easy to maintain and excellent in search engines. It also has unlimited possibilities as the company grows.
The employees are now trained with WordPress and can maintain the website as well. I provide WordPress training so you can take over your own site.
The new and improved! Visit the site here.
The site is modernized, easy to navigate, and responsive to mobile devices. Its very important today, Im running about 62% mobile traffic and it just keeps growing.
Doesn’t Kinahan Associates look so much more modern now? Have you updated your website recently with WordPress?
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