Tag: website design

  1. Quick To Act: Rebranding a Website

    It’s important to be agile; to be able to adjust mid-course and come out successful in the end.  That’s exactly how Marketing RELEVANCE responded when we were asked to refresh The Providence Group’s (TPG) existing website. It’s not that the site was now unacceptable in terms of functionality; quite the opposite, in fact.  The site was completely redesigned by Marketing RELEVANCE in 2012 and still provided a responsive, enjoyable user experience, but TPG was exploring a brand refresh and they… Read More

  2. FrontDoor Communities Updates their Digital Image

    As the old adage goes…the only thing that’s constant, is change. This couldn’t be more true than when it comes to websites.  Updates are periodically needed to stay fresh, which is why more and more clients are turning to Marketing RELEVANCE for website redesigns. FrontDoor Communities (FDC) came to us in 2015 to completely rebuild their then current website.  Goals for this new site included an enhanced user experience, improved traffic, easy admin, and mobile-friendly.  The new site was designed,… Read More

  3. Keeping Your Website Designed for Today

    You sit down at your computer, open a browser window, put in your company URL and click enter. Within 3 seconds later the site loads and you are looking at an old, dated website. The navigation is confusing, the visuals on each page are outdated, the written message doesn’t convey what your company does any more; let’s face it; your website needs a facelift. Now that you are thinking about a new website that will stand out and bring in… Read More

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  5. A Day In the Life of a Web Developer

    Dave Stiles has been with Marketing RELEVANCE for three years as a Technical Account Manager and Full Stack Developer. He, like most people, juggles different components of work, from client-facing to team-management tasks, on a daily basis. Keeping all the balls in the air is an art and a science for Dave. Discover a day in the life of a web developer. Dave’s web developer days began 17 years ago, when he was in high school.  His main roles with mRELEVANCE include… Read More

  6. A Day in the Life of a Graphic Designer

    Ricky Bakosh joined Marketing RELEVANCE in March 2017 to design graphics and creative for the agency and its clients. The work of a graphic designer forms the visual crux of our marketing business. From landing pages to physical signage, from color choices to font selection, how a graphic is designed will affect how effective it is in extending a message. Hold on for an explosion of creative and color as Ricky takes us through a day in his life. Q;… Read More

  7. SEO Primer for Executives

    Executives overseeing large projects with multiple moving parts have to plenty to juggle without having to parse every single suggestion that comes from the Marketing department. Many managers roll their eyes when the tech people start talking about “SEO,” and “back end dev.” But managing all those parts means knowing every part of the team is doing what they are supposed to be doing. Understanding Search Engine Optimization (SEO) can help executives make better decisions about the team, their roles… Read More

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  9. Five Components of an Effective Website

    Keeping your business competitive is tough enough before you start thinking about marketing in a world of websites, even for technically capable firms. Most of us want to stay focused on what we do best, running our businesses, rather than updating the back end of the company website. Although we may realize that a quality website could push our business from good to great, it is still not what any business owner wants to do. When Marketing RELEVANCE designs a… Read More

  10. My Brother Built It: Why Doesn’t it Work?

    One of the most frequently asked questions we get about websites and marketing strategy is, “How effective is my company’s website?” Every day we hear from frustrated companies whose websites were built by  relatives, typically a brother or brother-in-law. This is great if your relative works for an internet marketing company in the industry. Chances are he doesn’t. “My Brother Built It, Why Doesn’t It WORK?” is a special course from  mRELEVANCE that will teach you how to evaluate the effectiveness of your most important… Read More

  11. New Gallagher and Henry Website Provides Users with Simplistic Flow

    mRELEVANCE is thrilled to announce the launch of the new Gallagher and Henry website – GallagherAndHenry.com. This site is all about user-friendly flow and high quality imagery.  It is mobile-friendly and provides users with a clear and consistent theme across the website. The first step in creating a better site for Gallagher and Henry was to put the website on the mRELEVANCE content management system rADMIN that was specifically built to manage large sets of data and inventory. This allowed… Read More

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  13. mRELEVANCE’s Managing Partner Mitch Levinson Featured on BuilderRadio

    Mitch Levinson, managing partner at mRELEVANCE and an International Builders’ Show (IBS) Bill Molster award winner, was recently featured on BuilderRadio’s podcast series to share marketing strategies and advice for builders. The full podcast episode is available at BuilderRadio, but we’ve put together a quick recap with Mitch’s three main points:     Foundation – A good marketing strategy begins with a good foundation from the company’s website and blog. Remember, keep your website and blog: Current and responsive Mobile… Read More