We are extremely proud to announce the launch of our latest site for Gary Greenwood, a popular Lincoln Radio DJ and Real Estate agent. You may have heard him on Froggy 98.1’s morning show…we’re big fans! The goal behind this site was to create a site packed with search features and to clearly facilitate navigation for customers. We wanted potential Lincoln (and surrounding area) home-buyers to locate homes in their budget and area as quickly as possible while keeping the site clutter-free and beautiful. Check out Gary’s new site below!
Some of us remember the Power of Love tune while watching Marty McFly rock his guitar in Back to the Future. As incredible as that sounds, this post isn’t about the Power of Love…rather the Power of Wireframes. Not as “hooky” of a title, but more powerful when creating a new website or app.
As designers, creating a wireframe is not the most “fun” part of our job. Technically, wireframes are very easy to create. Strategy-wise, they’re one of the more valuable steps in site creation.
We use wireframes for all of our projects. This post gives a quick rundown of wireframes and why we use them.
We worked with designer Lance Ford in the redesign for Hughes Commercial Properties. Our job was to take Lance’s designs and translate them to the screen for desktops, laptops, tablets, and mobile devices. We were also tasked with setting up the website to be easily editable for the Hughes Commercial Properties team. We’re really happy with what we delivered on both of those objectives.
We will try to stay away from the “must-haves” in the field like Adobe, Microsoft Word, Google, Facebook, and companies of that nature: brands we simply cannot do business without. This article dives deeper into why we choose the brands we do and how our visions line up.