Website design comes in a variety of forms with a variety of features. Displayed below are links to websites developed by Designer Mouse. They promote a variety of industries from IT to insurance, profit and non-profit, art exhibits and preschool music programs. Within the process of website design and development are a couple of questions we hear quite often:
- “How much does a website cost?“
- “Can I maintain my website myself once it’s developed?“
- Also VERY important: “Is my website responsive?” Test your site!
Sweeet Repeeet Consignment, located in San Clemente, needed a website redesign…One that reflected their existing brand. A very important feature of their new site is its responsiveness to multiple platforms. With so much information being gathered via one’s smartphone, it’s important that websites are legible on any size screen. In addition, as a WordPress site, this website is user friendly so minor revisions will be done in-house in a timely manner.
Intersect Consulting, Inc. “brings people, business and technology together.” This image-rich website design features everything “technical” with a variety of photos, logos, and information that reflect the IT industry.
The purpose of ICONS IN TRANSFORMATION is to promote an upcoming exhibit of the artwork of Russian born Ludmila Pawlowska. Take a look and enjoy a sampling of her art.
When Angeles Institute hired Designer Mouse to redesign their website, they were in need of a cleaner look and reorganization. This website design includes a slide show, video, photos, fillable forms and additional content. With the redesign, navigation has been simplified for visitors to reach every page on the site from anywhere they land.
NammyJammy.com was a new site, promoting music programs for preschoolers and branding the star, “Nammy Jammy.” Her caricature (also developed by Designer Mouse) now appears on her site and a variety of marketing collateral.
Fruitlaxremedy.com is a redesigned site that includes an eCommerce capability.
Trinityorange.org was a reorganization and redesign project. In addition, they received WordPress training and are handling minor updates on their own.
cnlegalgroup.com had been under contract for website maintenance and were paying much more than was necessary for that service. Now they have a website that can be easily maintained without the anchor of a contract.