Lason and Gaston

Larson and Gaston

Larson & Gaston, LLP Website

Larson & Gaston, LLP | Pasadena CA Website

Ready to launch

  • Discover
  • Site Flow
  • Wireframe
  • Illustration, UI/UX Design, Visual Center design
  • HTML/CSS, js/php
  • Responsive Design
  • Test with Devices and Browsers
  • Test Accessibility
  • Analytics
  • Social Media Design
  • Powerpoint Presentation Template
  • Email Newsletter Template

Timeline
4 weeks (Jun 2023)

Tools
Photoshop, Illustrator, XD, Concepts

Role
Lead Designer

Responsibilities
Re build BI, Research synthesis, Wireframes, Design, Usability testing, Prototyping

Summery 

The design is outdated and not trendy.
It does not convey the brand image properly.
Page movement is difficult.
It’s hard to find the information you want.

Clients want to rely on reliable and competent attorneys.
We create designs by considering colors and designs that can give customers trust and confidence.
The purpose of accessing the lawyer’s homepage is for quick connection. – Contacts are prominently organized.
Organized by relevant categories tailored to customer cases

Problems

Outdated Design:

The current website may have an outdated design that does not resonate with the target audience and fails to represent the modern and professional image of the law firm.

Poor Navigation:

Users may find it difficult to navigate the website and locate the information they are looking for, resulting in a frustrating user experience.

Lack of Mobile Responsiveness:

The current website may not be optimized for mobile devices, causing it to look distorted or difficult to navigate on smartphones and tablets.

Ineffective Call-to-Action:
The website may not effectively prompt visitors to contact the law firm or take any desired actions, resulting in missed opportunities for lead generation.

Limited Content: There may be a lack of comprehensive and engaging content that adequately showcases the firm’s specialties and expertise, leaving visitors with insufficient information to make a decision.

Goal

Design a Modern and Professional Website:

The new website should have an updated and visually appealing design that reflects the law firm’s professionalism and expertise, leaving a positive impression on visitors.

Improve Navigation and User Experience:

The rebuilt website should have intuitive navigation and an organized structure, making it easy for users to find the information they need quickly and effortlessly.

Ensure Mobile Responsiveness:

The new website should be fully responsive and optimized for mobile devices, providing a seamless user experience across various screen sizes.

Implement Effective Call-to-Action:

The rebuilt website should incorporate effective call-to-action elements strategically placed throughout the site, encouraging visitors to contact the firm or take desired actions.

Showcase Specialties and Expertise:

The new website should have engaging and comprehensive content that effectively showcases the firm’s specialties, expertise, and personalized approach, giving visitors a clear understanding of the firm’s capabilities.

Increase Brand Awareness:

Through the rebuild, the website should help increase brand awareness by effectively conveying the firm’s values, unique selling points, and differentiators to potential clients.

Generate Leads and Increase Business:

The rebuilt website should be designed to attract potential clients, optimize lead generation, and ultimately support the firm’s goal of attracting new clients and generating more business from existing clients.