KeyLimeTie got their new web page design (coded) by running a design contest:
New Website for Attorney at Law
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Tagline: See brief Desired Color Scheme: See brief Desired Style: See brief Accepted File Formats: Standard Web Formats (.jpg, .gif or .png); Layered Formats (.psd or .tiff) Company Details Â 1a) Name of Company Â Â Sidney C. Kleinman Attorney at Law Â 1b)Company Tag Line or slogan: None Â 1c) Do you have a company logo? No â€“ but I want to find a simple illustration/symbol â€“ a modern version of something like a old style rolled parchment with quill pen which will cause those coming to the website to realize that I do wills and trusts, etc. Â 1d) Do you have a corporate visual identity (a customized, non-stock logo and color scheme carried out throughout your office, stationery, business cards, etc.)? No.Â My stationary and envelope isÂ a light cream color Â 1e) What is the nature of your business? Briefly describe your products or services: I am an attorney with primary areas of legal practice (1) Estate and Trust Administration; (2) Estate Planning; (3) Business Organization and Transactions; (4) Financial Transactions; (5) Real Estate; (6) Not-For-Profit OrganizationsÂ Â --- I am a legal â€œproblem solverâ€ Â 1f) Who is your target market? Who are you hoping to reach with your site? Primarily prospective clients looking for estate administration and estate planning attorneys in Cook County, Il.Â The prospective clients will be directed to the website by an internet search engine.Â Â I want those who check out the site to then call me to discuss their legal problem. Â Website Details Â 2a) Do you have an existing website? If so, what is the URL? This website has not been touched in many years.Â www.lawyers.com/sckleinman 2b) IMPORTANT: Please list at least 3 URLs (web addresses) of high quality sites that you like the look of (these do not have to be sites whose business is similar to yours. It aids us in determining what your design style is.) Please consider layout, colors, navigation, graphics, and typography. No websites that I can think of.Â The Legal sites are all too complex for the limited scope I want to achieve with this website.Â The colors I believe that will work best a a calm â€“ but lively blue, white a black lettering.Â I am open to other thoughts. Â 2c) What colors or color schemes would you like? Blues, whites, black lettering. I am open to other thoughts. Â 2d) List the Navigation links for your Site: The primary link on the site will be to my E-Mail address.Â 2e) What type of look are you trying to achieve? (e.g. clean, high-tech, conservative, warm, flashy, etc.) The website must look professional, friendly, easy to read and use, clean, up to date/modern â€“ with a clean typeface like Arial (I use Arial in all my written correspondence, etc.)Â Â Â Â 2f) Please provide the addresses of competitors' sites, if possible: None that I can think of. 2g) Do you have any images for use in the design of your site? If not, do you have images, can you offer suggestions of what you type of imagery you feel would be most suitable for your website: See answer to 1c) Â Deadlines and Deliverables Â 3a) What is the deadline for your template design? 1 week - Please submit early so we can review and provide feedback! Â 3b) Will you require HTML coding? Yes. Â 3c) If so, will you require it to be ONLY CSS layout? No. We prefer you donâ€™t do an ONLY CSS layout. 3d) How many pages coded will you require delivered? 3-4 page total: Home Page, Firm Profile (or some other title); Sidney C. Kleinmanâ€™s Profile; How to contact us Â 3e) Are there any other comments/specific ideas we should keep in mind while designing your project? This website is for an attorney seeking to have prospective clients retain him to assist in estate administration, estate planning, etc.Â It must be professional â€“ but also must appear friendly, accessible, etc. Note: For Western Union payment, fees will come out of prize amount.
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It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their web page design (coded).
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
KeyLimeTie collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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