Our firm is pleased to announce the launch of our newly redesigned website, built by TheeDesign a web design and online marketing company based in Raleigh, NC.
Our new site was developed using WordPress, a powerful and user-friendly content management system that will allow our team of attorneys to easily add and update our web content whenever we want without consulting a web developers first.
Our new site’s interactive navigation is inviting and easy to use, giving our visitor’s simple access to our homepage, company info, on-site blog, and contact information. In addition to the easy to navigate site structure, our new site takes advantage of responsive web design. Vancamplaw.com, and the content within it, can now adapt and adjust according to the screen size and orientation of the device you are using. Mobile and tablet users can navigate through our site with ease from anywhere.
Vancamplaw.com now features an on-site blog to provide users with company and industry related news about criminal defense law, contract law, construction litigation, medical malpractice and more. This is where our attorney’s will showcase their knowledge and skills while giving our visitors a trustworthy and timely resource to use whenever they’d like. Our blog is easy to update thanks to WordPress and helps to position our website as a valuable resource for our community.
With just one hour of training, TheeDesign taught our team how to update content, post blog entries, upload videos and photos, and manage the lead generation form. Our team of attorneys found WordPress easy to use and user friendly. We no longer need to consult a web programmer when we’d like to add something to our site. Now we can do it ourselves in a matter of minutes.
We are very pleased with how our website was redesigned and optimized for our visitors. TheeDesign id a great job turning our web design ideas into reality. Feel free to click through our site and experience the many new features that gives our new site the ability to better connect and communicate with the members in our community.