Other businesses may wind down and spend most of December gorging themselves on cookies and sipping hot chocolate by a warm fire, but the Ciniva Web Agency elves have continued to launch some kickin’ websites here in the fourth quarter of 2014.
Jamestown Yorktown Foundation – http://www.historyisfun.org/
We’ve been working on this one for a while now… when a site has literally thousands of pages, it doesn’t just launch overnight. We streamlined the navigation, overhauled the entire site, and built some pretty sweet interactive collages in the headers – check it out!
Maury Foundation – http://www.mauryfoundation.org/
The Maury Foundation approached us with a drab, outdated website that was in desperate need of an overhaul – when your up-and-coming board members and alumni are digital natives, you need a site that will spark their interest. We created a sleek, savvy site that includes live updates on fundraising efforts and an alumni search.
The Law Building – http://www.granbyapartments.com/
The Law Building is the latest property in Buddy Gadams’ SoVA Collective, a historic Norfolk building on the corner of Plume and Granby that is being exquisitely restored to its former glory (and then some). We got a Great Gatsby vibe as soon as we walked in the door, prompting the logo and color scheme for the brand-new website.
Montagna Law – http://montagnalaw.com/
Montagna Klein Camden came to Ciniva Web Agency in need of a website overhaul and a branding update. We delivered a clean, crisp site that makes it easy for prospective clients to find what they need and even ask questions through chat functionality. We also redesigned their logo, keeping the spirit of the original alive while refreshing it for the 21st century.
The Miller Group – http://www.millergrpva.com/
The Miller Group approached us with website that was recently redesigned but very cold, asking us to create an invigorated site that brought the same warmth and personality that they show to their clients. We added some of our special sauce, including a custom-programmed animation in the header.
Norfolk Circuit Court – http://www.norfolkcircuitcourt.us/
Designing a new website for an industry as convoluted as the circuit court clerk’s office is no easy task, but our team was up to the challenge so that we could ensure that the Norfolk Circuit Court would have a beautiful, easily navigable site ready for the opening of their beautiful new building.
Among our flurry of late-2014 launches, we also won a popcorn machine from Google for our AdWords PPC wizardry. Pay-per-click advertising has never been so delicious.