Six ways to enhance your firm's responsive website performance

Six ways to enhance your firm’s responsive website performance

Mobile devices have forced designers and developers to rethink how they approach building webpages. Smaller screens demand layouts that are lean, simple and scalable. Designers must identify the most critical content first and design around that content. This changes the way pages are created for all screen sizes, encouraging more streamlined experiences from mobile to desktop.

Today, over half of all digital media consumption is done on tablets or smartphones.

People expect seamless transitions as they access websites across a variety…

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Create strong website layouts by putting content first

Create strong website layouts by putting content first

Attorney websites are primarily informational. Firms aim to create traffic through marketing with the ultimate goal of converting visitors into clients. Since the quality of information on a site plays an active role in determining whether or not a visitor will contact the firm, a website’s design must provide a showcase for quality content.

Content marketing is not new; good marketing companies have long stressed the need for quality content. Given its importance, the role of content in the…

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How to let content drive website design

How to let content drive website design

Attorney websites are primarily informational. Law firms do not sell anything online directly, and while a firm’s site will promote certain practice areas, its tactics must be different than those of a band touting its latest album or a restaurant advertising new menu items. Since the quality of information on a site plays an active role in determining whether or not a visitor will convert, website design must provide a showcase for quality content.

Content marketing is not new; good…

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