How to Provide Constructive Feedback for Your Website

When your website design and build is complete, next comes the review process where you, as the client, will be providing feedback and revisions. It’s easy to just want to jump in and say, “change that image” or “I don’t like that color anymore.” But for us, that doesn’t help us understand why so we …

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8 Ways to Promote Your New Website

Ways to promote your new website

So you’ve got this shiny, new awesome website that’s launched! Now what? Well, you certainly need to tell the world about it — right? So what’s the best ways to do just that? We’ve created a list of the top 8 ideas that are almost all free to do. So be sure to go through this …

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3 Website Statistics That Might Surprise You

Adam Wright Design | Website Statistics That Might Surprise You

So you have a website — great! But did you know how quickly your website is judged? Or how many visitors you could be losing as a result of the design? It goes without question that an aesthetically pleasing website is more enjoyable to look at and navigate, rather than a clunky, outdated website. Right? …

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Website Tips & Advice for Nonprofit Organizations

Nonprofit website design tips

As a nonprofit, your website serves as one of the most important marketing pieces to your organization.  It drives donations. It spreads your mission. It creates followers. It inspires volunteers. How your website is built can determine the outcome of its success. You certainly don’t want to take it lightly, and nor should you neglect …

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Project Highlight: The Hockey Lab

Adam Wright Design | The Hockey Lab

As a recent client of AWD, the Hockey Lab is an elite hockey training facility based out of Franklin, Tennessee. Prior to us meeting, they had an outdated brand, with a clunky sports management-driven website. It did not meet their needs for customization, or design.  With a brand new logo, identity, and website design, the …

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3 Things Every Small Business Needs

Running a small business is no walk in the park.  Many times, you’re juggling a dozen tasks — chasing invoices, trying to gain new clients, or shipping orders.  As a result, you’re always looking for ways to improve your business process. Whether that’s your calendar, accounting, or emailing, there’s always room for improvement. In order …

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