Design Lesson: Why Use Infographics in Web Design

Category : Legal Marketing

Design Lesson: Why Use Infographics in Web Design

Infographics make complex information eye-catching, understandable and easily digestible. Most importantly, they play a crucial role in the increasingly visual world of marketing. Having a visually impactful way to display statistics that differentiate your firm can make your website stand out from the crowd. Read on to learn how.

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The Case for Key Contacts

Imagine that a prospective client has been referred to your firm. Their next step will likely be to visit your website and see if your firm meets their needs. Assuming your website makes a great impression, they will want to start a conversation. But of the long list of qualified people on your site, the question arises, whom should they call?

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Tips for Law Firm Practice Area & Industry Pages

As we design and build law firm websites, we see similar issues arise, time and again. One of the most difficult and time consuming areas of law firm websites is the practice section, often compounded by an industry section. Read on for a few best practices for writing and organizing your practice area and industry content.

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A Bold New Look for Modrall Sperling

Modrall Sperling is the counsel of choice for complex business, litigation and natural resources challenges anywhere in New Mexico. The firm works with clients in industries including Construction, Education, Energy, Finance, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Mining, Railroads, Ranching, Real Estate, as well as businesses working in Indian Country, and more. The new website positions Modrall Sperling as the go-to law firm in New Mexico.

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Breaking Into New Markets: 5 Ways Your Website Can Help

Service providers understand that we must be specialists, our clients demand that we are experts in their industry. We get it, we all seek experts now: If I have a pain in my shoulder, I want to see an orthopedist. If I need to expand my restaurant, I want an architect, construction company, attorney, and banker with restaurant experience.

We build our client base by leveraging our expert knowledge, gaining referrals from clients within industries we know, and expanding our portfolios within those industries. But breaking into new industries can be difficult. Here are 5 ways that your website can help:

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