Designing the site for Air4UAC was a breeze! (Pun intended.) From start to finish, the process of putting together the site's various components could be likened to a mild day with no dramatic variations in the weather. How symbolic! At the beginning, we hadn't a logo to work with, so the creativity of design was entirely up to us. We went ahead with the "hot and cold" theme that is often associated with HVAC services, and brought to life the orange-and-blue color scheme. That nifty graphic of an air-condition unit (which you'll spot in a couple of locations throughout the site) was adjusted in color to match this. We added various warm-glow and cool-glow effects by making hazy shadows around various objects on the site, which served as a perfect touch.
We were incredibly excited to be designing a website for Leber Design & Print; a company with a strong sense of aesthetic style and visual appeal. We were determined to capture this quality in their site. They posed us the challenge of making it entirely grey, black, and white. But we took that in stride—and happily! As you browse, you’ll find that we fulfilled their request, and fashionably so.
The work that went into designing Farris Frame's website was, like always, highly personalized.
In designing a new website for Transportation Resources, we were tasked with injecting modernity into it, and making it user-friendly. These were two areas in which the previous site had lacked. This proved to be no small task:
In designing the website for Touch of Life Chiropractic, we wanted to give it a sense of originality, and we wanted to make it fun. With the provided information from the client regarding their services and mission, we were granted the responsibility of injecting character into it—a task we took to heart!
Leave it to Out There Web Designs to make the website for a dumpster hauling service into something worth a second look! Read about it here...
The main target of this website was to encourage people to eat up the amiable atmosphere and scrumptious hometown food of Lilly’s, a restaurant proud to be part of the Grove City urban area.