It’s important that when you work in the legal industry you are reaching potential clients appropriately. Many attorneys and law firms throughout Indianapolis have utilized Nextfly for their custom-built legal website design needs. Our client list ranges from large law firms, to law partners, to single attorney practices.
We understand that each business has different needs and our website design process begins with a personalized consultation to try to understand yours. Once we have taken the time to discuss and assess your needs, we begin to work on designing your company a custom legal website that will successfully represent you and your business for years.
With custom website designs from Nextfly, pre-designed templates are not used. Each web design is made specifically to reflect your business’ overall brand image.
Our custom website development packages help your law firm develop a powerful presence online in a unique and, more importantly, effective way. With our Content Management System (CMS) websites we allow your law firm to be in the drivers seat of your website.
There are no page limitations or restrictions when it comes to website updates – only limitless potential.
Get in touch with Nextfly to help you update your legal website design and give your practice or law firm the online image it deserves.
We have been honored to work alongside many different legal professionals throughout the Indianapolis area. For our these law firms and attorneys we provided services that vary from logo to website design. Below are a few examples of our legal clients and services we have provided them.
Halcomb and Singler is a recently-established Carmel law firm consisting of attorneys Gregory Halcomb and Erika Singler.
Their website was brand-new and needed help being found in search engines. Nextfly provided their website search engine optimization (SEO) services to help them bring clients to their existing website.
With the success of SEO, many visitors started coming to Halcomb & Singler’s website, but quickly left. Their contact information was difficult to find and people were giving up before getting in touch with them.
Halcomb & Singler decided it was best for their business to have a new website design that was easier to navigate and find their contact information to get in touch with them.
Nextfly developed a custom website design for Halcomb & Singler that was much more organized. We made contact forms directly on the homepage and the law firm’s contact information easier to find. We also made the website easy to utilize on a cell phone, with a slick responsive design.
Stacy Ambler ventured out from working at a law firm to start her own Noblesville, Indiana law firm in 2013.
She contacted Nextfly Web Design to assist with her overall branding strategy and website design.
Nextfly worked with Stacy to give her new website a fresh, modern look that brought light to the services she offered her clients as a criminal lawyer and her Noblesville location.
In addition to website design, Nextfly developed Stacy Ambler a beautifully designed logo that worked perfectly as the focus of her new branding strategy.
Darrell Dolan approached Nextfly looking for a updated look for his website. He wanted to promote his unique business stance as an “old school” lawyer that has been practicing in the same Indianapolis location for over 20 years.
Although his law practice might be “old school”, his website is not. It was redesigned into a Content Management System (CMS) website that is mobile-friendly and easy to navigate.
With one click over to the website, you can quickly find his business location and give him a call for legal advice.
Dilley & Oakley was looking for a fresh, new look for their company when they approached NEXTFLY. After redesigning their logo, NEXTFLY worked with Dilley & Oakley to give them an updated website redesign to match!
They wanted a modern look, with easy navigation. To do this, we brought the services into the center of focus by putting them in the middle of the page with call-to-action buttons to bring people to each specific page.
In addition, all internal pages had side navigation that was similar, making sure every person that visited their website was able to find what they were looking for with ease.