Trimble and Register Law Firm
- Mobile Responsive
- Custom CSS
- Social Media Integration
Trimble and Register Law Firm approached us with a need for a more user-friendly experience on both the front and back end of the site. A clean, minimalistic legal services website design incorporating Trimble and Register color palette was needed to create a more fluid user experience. In the same vein, the site's information architecture needed to be reorganized to allow their clients to easily get more information about the firm and access to the correct attorney.
Based out of Turnersville NJ, Trimble and Register is a general practice law firm offering a wide range of legal services to public and private clients. The firm is comprised of knowledgeable and experienced professionals who work as a team to obtain the best possible outcomes for their clients.
Mobile User Experience
Our menu solution is completely unique in design. Their mobile menu needed to be jam-packed and able to handle a huge amount of information. Usually the jump-to solution is “put it in a Hamburger Menu”. So we sketched, wireframed, prototyped, sketched again and finally nailed it.
Through a bespoke and collaborative approach, we worked with in-house teams and redesigned and built a responsive site. This included developing a UI Kit with a long-term focus, that would allow for a more efficient way of working.
Having access to the website intensive insight into how customers wanted to use the site, as we could see where they were clicking. This allowed us to take justified risks and create a user-friendly redesign that improved the way people were already using the site without disrupting their experience.
"New Jersey Web Design team is strategic, creative, and pragmatic. They were extremely flexible as our needs evolved during our website build and they walked us through a very complicated project. Good prices and exellent costumer service. Definitely buying more stuff in a future. These guys did such an amazing job on my business website. I highly recommend them."