Website Design in San Diego is a very busy business. With more and more businesses wanting web sites that are up to date, San Diego web site design companies must deliver. From small business web design to corporate web sites, one thing they all have in common is that they are providing information to the user. So, lets take a look at some things that every site needs: Continue reading
“Matthew delivered us a great product and brought creative and fresh ideas to the table. He listened carefully to what I wanted to achieve and helped move our brand forward. He’s a great person to partner with and I gladly recommend him to colleagues looking to transform their website or clarify their brand.”
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“Thank you Matthew, for helping us with our Logo, color schemes, menu design, promotional material and developing such a beautiful web site! You brought our vision to life!”
Rochelle & Olivier Bioteau
Farm House Cafe
“Matthew is truly the whole package. Matthew worked collaboratively to guarantee that the end product was of the most excellent quality. He listened to what was important to us and helped translate that into an award winning website design and an identity package that we were very happy with. He has a wide-ranging knowledge of this digital age and continues to provide innovative direction for marketing. I highly recommend Matthew for design and marketing needs.” Continue reading
Our goal was to renovate the existing site to more closely reflect the company brand. They needed a platform on which to broadcast relevant advice on a variety of landscaping methods. We built a custom wordpress setup that would allow the team members to be discovered and have a voice on the company blog. In the end, we designed and developed a clean, modern, responsive site that showcases the company projects and message.
Looking at some of the many San Diego Web Design firms? How do you go about choosing the Web design firm in San diego thats right for you? Well, here are some common factors that you may want to consider:
Web design pricing
If money was no object, then you would never have to consider this. However, 9 times out of 10, this is one of the biggest deciding factors on who you choose to hire to design your site. Continue reading
Update: We recently updated this site with more modern technology. Previously the site was built using flash, which at the time, was the widely accepted standard for a rich experience. However, with the advent of touch screens and mobile devices, flash has since been replaced with technology and techniques that better fit the needs of today. We implemented responsive design so that the interface would work appropriately on various screen sizes and device types.
The Petco Park Stadium is well known for its baseball games throughout the year. When there isn’t a baseball game scheduled, the stadium and its many venues are available for various other events. From school proms to major concerts, the stadium is booked on a regular basis. However, the problem was that their existing site didn’t really show off all of the available options, nor did it give all of the needed information to interested parties.
Our aim was to create a clean, easy to use interface that would allow a user to quickly move through the various venues and download relevant info, view images, and pricing.
At the same time, the client wanted to have complete control over all venue info, including which areas are listed, pictures, pricing, downloads, etc.
By utilizing a full screen interface, this allowed us to easily show off the photography as well as use panels to show info. We then built a custom CMS or content management system. This gives the client access to the site, and the ability to change anything on the fly. They can upload photos, add descriptions, change the order of venues and categories, and update events.
From its launch a couple years ago, the site has been maintained by the client and has seen thousands of visitors on a regular basis. Additionally, we were awarded a top web design award shortly after its debut.
You may have noticed that we recently upgraded our own web site. This has been in the works for the last few months. It is always difficult being your own ‘client’, since the possibilities are endless. However, we ended up settling on the idea that our work is most important and we really wanted to show it off. The former site showed very little in the way of the details that go into a project. Our aim now is to give a little more insight as to the planning and forethought that go into each of our projects, whether it be a brand redesign or web site. Have an opinion? We’d love to know what you think.