Designing Better Websites

Well designed websites attract clients and keep them returning. Periodically visit other firm websites to assure that your site is competitive. Annually review data to determine whether traffic and retention are adequate. Use the checklists below to confirm that your website has essential features and consult the resources for articles, books, and samples of well-designed websites.

Front Page Features
Brevity - be concise to speed downloads
Menu - include links to other pages of the site
Photo - show lawyers and staff  
Social - add links to social media pages
Tagline - express the firm’s focus or mission 

Essential Pages
About - awards, focus, history, practice
Articles - bibliography or blog
Bios - bios for lawyers and staff 
Contact - address, phone, etc. 
Disclaimers - ethical and privacy notices
Press - news about your firm and its lawyers
Portal - client access to bills, documents, messaging, etc.





Popular posts from this blog

Designing a Contact Page

Using Client Testimonials

Welcoming New Clients