With a 35+ year track record and over 400 completed projects, JGG Architects wanted a website that could organize and display their beautiful projects in an effective and elegant way. We paid a lot of attention to white space and the alignment of elements so the images could serve as a showcase for their talent.
WoodBine Senior Living's mission is to improve the quality of life for all seniors. Most importantly, their network of unique facilities specializes in assisted living for people with Alzheimer’s or dementia. Direct Design set up a design template and WordPress content management system that each property can customize to their needs. As a result, WoodBine Senior Living websites help facilities highlight why they are the premier care facility in their area.
HealingWindsVermont is a non-profit organization that relieves the stress and anxiety of cancer through sailing. We designed a website to improve their image, ease their administrative workload, and to make it easy for them to find people to help.
LSI's goal was to expand the market's perceptions of who they are - and what they offer. Already known as a manufacturer and supplier of research grade laboratory equipment, their new website offers an enhanced eCommerce Store to make purchasing their hard goods and supplies easier - while at the same time expanding their reference material, training programs and support services.
The Village at Autumn Pond Website serves as the primary coordinating platform for the projects rental offerings and prospective tenant interaction. Because much of the project was under construction, the website served as the primary point of "virtual" touring for interested prospects.
Comtran was looking to update their website to support expansion into new product markets and aggressive digital marketing. They want their platform to not only handle their growing list of products, but also support the goal of sharing relevant industry and market information with clients and prospects.
Helping to make navigation decisions clear was important element on the Vermont Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired website. Visitors can quickly find the information they are looking for and the site is JAWS (Job Access With Speech) compliant for visually impaired visitors.
Bright, friendly and personable are the visual attributes that help communicate FCHHA's mission of providing the highest quality care that is possible in the community setting of your choice. The home page slideshow was also an important element to show the variety of services offered.
This website redesign required a content audit and a new design that grouped information into a logical structure that would make sense to the visitor. Outage alerts and online bill pay featured strongly into the final solution.