We have officially launched the new website for our Worst Website Ever Contest winner, A&S Computer Services. We worked with owner, Dave, to create a new design and layout that is user friendly and easily navigable, as well as one that leads users to request more information or a consultation. Congrats, Dave! We hope the new site supports your business goals and is something you can proudly share with clients and prospects.
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As mentioned, we’ve started working with our lucky winner, Dave, on his fabulous website makeover prize. We wanted to share a bit about our website design process…
Here at Strategic Guru, it’s all about strategy – surprise, surprise! Rather than simply building a site with sparkly bells and whistles, our process results in websites that meet our client’s business goals. Through discovery meetings, we learn from clients what function their site should serve – an interactive brochure, e-commerce, lead generation? In other words: what’s the desired action for a visitor to take?
Next, in close coordination with clients, we build a site map, which serves as the skeleton of the site. When thinking about the site map, our goal is to build a “pathway” through the site that leads the visitor to a desired conclusion: requesting more information, booking an appointment or consultation, or making a purchase. Once the site map is approved, we move to copy writing and design. Look for posts on those steps next week!
Work is underway on the redesign of the Worst Website Ever! Dave Sroelov, owner of A & S, visited us in downtown Cary this week to kick-off work on his website.
We’re finalizing our site map and color palette and next week we’ll be developing the concept.
Stay tuned as the project unfolds!
We’re pleased to see our deserving winner featured in the News & Observer! Dave Sroelov, owner of A & S, will be receiving a website redesign shortly. We’re excited to work with you, Dave!
Over 4,000 votes are in and it’s a dead heat. A & S Computer Services and ASAP Office Supply are tied at 46% each. Who will win? You’ve got til Friday to get in your votes…so vote now!
We’ll be announcing the winner on Tuesday, June 23rd.
And the entries are rolling in….We’ve received some great submissions so far. One entrant said “I know my logo is cute, but I can’t pay my bills with “cute”!
Good point! A good website is informative and nice to look at but it should work for you, pulling leads and stimulating inquiry.
Not sure if your website stinks? Request a free web report card from us to learn where you can improve.