Design Spotlight Series
by Joshua Ahlers
A blog series highlighting website designs from The Content Squad portfolio with an emphasis on some of the prominent elements and features of each project.
If you are like most companies, you are constantly looking for new, capable recruits to add to your growing business. There are many solutions out there to help in the hiring process, but most have a hefty price tag attached. Here are a few low-cost (even free) things you can do to help your company recruit new talent.
To wrap up this year's Website Design Spotlight, I wanted to showcase a ministry we have been super blessed to work with. We have worked closely with Sherry Stumph from In His Grip this year and were honored to build her a website for her newly launched non-profit. Her site features a responsive design, pages, a blog and a mobile optimized experience.
Business has been great for us this year and that means we have more folks working for us now than we did in January. If you’ve had a good year too, then here’s a question you should ask yourself: Has my business grown into a whole new HR category over the last calendar year? If you’re not sure of the answer, then now is time to find out.
This post is the fifteenth installment of a weekly series highlighting one of our recent website design projects and some of the more prominent elements and features. Today we will be looking over the new Mission Hope For Kids website.
Today I am writing a quick post just to let you know about our most recent launch. Mission Hope For Kids (or MHFK) has been a wonderful ministry to work alongside and we are super pleased to roll out their site, which is fully mobile responsive and full of smiles, blessings and even some hidden treets.
There are a lot of companies out there that are more than capable of building good websites, so how do you choose the right one? There are many factors that play into choosing the one for your business. You could hire a freelancer to do your site at a low cost, but then the content, strategy, and long-term capabilities would be compromised. You could go to a huge company that will charge $30,000 for a gorgeous and amazing site, but then you also won’t be able to afford food for a while, and you may not need such an extensive site. We’re the sweet spot. We’re affordable for small or medium businesses who want a professional looking website that strategically attracts, converts, and delights customers.
In typical, fast-paced digital agency fashion where priorities are ever changing and requests are zooming by our heads like fastballs in the major league, our team, admittedly, has trouble finding time to get the day's tasks done. For you, for me, for the team, it seems never ending. If (and that's a big if) we hit #inboxzero, we know it'll be short-lived.
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Kentuckiana - Design Spotlight
It isn't rare for us to find ourselves working on a website for someone and changing nothing but the backend of the site, whether it be a formatting issue, integration problem, or in most cases, lack of mobile-responsiveness. This was the case with Ronald McDonald House Charities of Kentuckiana (and for the sake of my sanity, I'll be calling them RMHCK on this post).