With the challenging spring weather over the last few years, fall has for some become more lucrative than spring. Hitting it hard for the last quarter is a huge opportunity to meet – or crush – those projections.
Green Foundry wanted to be less about selling products and more about the relationship that their customers gain by choosing to work with them. Halstead Media built a new website that told the story of the unique business model, using a bright yet sophisticated website design. By using image animations, a simple user-flow, and carefully written copy as well alongside image curation - we told Green Foundry’s story.
Today, Green Found manages their own website through their easy-to-use website platform.
Halstead Media built a new website that maintained a couple of elements from Watson’s previous look and feel, including of course the Watson logo and some elegant finishes such as one of the fonts - to continue to resonate with homeowners.
Based out of Avon, CT, Starr Contracting offers high-end landscape architecture and installation services. Starr was in the market for an extremely high-end website that communicated their high-end work to homeowners looking for medium-complex projects. Starr wanted a website that was clean and simple - and stood out against competitors.
Aligned to the new FireSky logo, the website features a modern, fresh, unique - all while sophisticated design. Detailing the story, one section, and then one page a time, the website colors, fonts, layout, images, and copy all resonate with the high-end homeowner that would look to a Landscape Architect. Each page is carefully written and designed to work independently from the site (if a visitor stumbles across a page before visiting the homepage) yet complementary if a visitor is browsing multiple pages. You won’t find dead ends here. Finalizing the sales experience, users end up at a location page to contact.
Halstead Media transformed their previous website to a new, fresh, modern one that attracts to both Vermont Stone’s Vermont customers as well as the new Pittsburgh homeowners. The new website is mobile optimized, easy to navigate, and most importantly, helps homeowners clearly identify their service area.
Over 90% of design/builds we speak with have an enormous problem with attracting, finding, and keeping labor. Whether it’s the H2B visa problems or finding local employees - this is one of the biggest pain-points. With Facebook and Instagram - you can get a little help with finding labor this year. While we can’t promise you that the employees you may find on these two platforms will always show up Mondays and completely transform your workforce problems, they may provide a little help.
Halstead Media completely transformed the website to a less text heavy, image forward design. A layout that appeals to all the different customer audiences that GoldLeaf wants to attract. The homepage includes a rotating banner, a review section for peace of mind, as well as call-out to a financing program. See the new website