Worked with us through the ideas and we came to a great final Nav.
How Glickmandesignbuild started their web page design journey
Who are you known as?
Glickman Design Build
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Glickman Design Build designs, remodels and custom builds homes for clients. This award-winning company has been in business for 33+ years and has been recognized in the media for its work. The firm specializes in designing, remodeling and building fully accessible homes for people with physical disabilities (including those caused Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinsons, strokes, Arthritis, cerebral palsy, etc) and aging adults. The owner is committed to building highly-functional yet beautiful handicap-accessible homes that allow the resident to maintain as much independence as possible.
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Homepage - See attached basic wireframe for content only, not necessarily layout.
Inner pages - Pulls in the header & navigation tabs, sidebar and footer like the homepage.
Gallery - Perhaps a strip of images that can be enlarged when hovered over or clicked. Space below the images for a brief description.
Site colors should draw upon and/or complement the colors in the attached logo.
The look and feel of the site should be high-end and high-quality yet warm and easy to navigate (intuitive and it should take as few clicks as possible to get to any of the key sections of the site). The design also needs to communicate professionalism and trustworthiness. Where possible, images should be used enough to engage visitors and appeal to search engine criteria (minimal use of flash). Every aspect of the site should be easily editable by the site owner. The target market is primarily women. Affluent, quality connoisseurs.
Since Glickman Design Build is serving the special needs community, it's important that glickmandesignbuild.com is a fully accessible website. In addition to adhering to general website design best practices (i.e. fast load time, balanced use of graphics/photos and text, keyword incorporation, page tagging, etc.), the revised website should be designed using accessibility best practices to accommodate people with disabilities such as color-blindness and low-vision, as well as hearing impairments.