As risk assessment and security experts, The Falcon Consulting Group wanted their website to inform potential customers to their diverse skill set. They needed to update an older website, and wanted to be able to make changes quickly in response to world events. Carrie Coren provided a responsive website that uses visuals to guide the audience through the site. Using appropriate imagery reinforces the serious nature of their work, and creates emotional responses that will push a potential clients to take the next step.
Whitmarsh House, a nonprofit agency established in 1975, needed it’s website to reach partners, volunteers, and donors to provide essential information, and promote its mission. They also wanted to communicate that big changes where taking place within the organization. Carrie Coren Design presented designs with compelling imagery, that immediately tells website visitors this isn’t the “Old” Whitmarsh House.
Law Firm The Bristol Group, PLLC is a Washington, D.C. based firm devoted to Defending American Manufacturing. Just as today’s manufacturers have embraced technology to remain competitive, The Bristol Group wanted their new branding to reflect their cutting edge practices. Its not the typical look for a DC law firm!
Inside Style’s success had not been affected by a lack of a website. Like many small business owners, finding the time to work with a web designer was almost impossible for owner Lee Chartier. But in order to grow her business to the next level, Lee needed to reach potential customers outside of Rhode Island. Carrie Coren Design designed a website that Lee’s staff could update themselves as new projects were completed, saving time and money for Inside Design.
Northeast Revaluation Group isn’t dependent on their website for business leads. But owner Rich Nagle wanted the website to reflect a business that stays current with technology. Carrie Coren design worked with Nereval’s IT Director to ensure a smooth transition to their existing customer facing database.