We created a quick, one-page website to highlight Butchertown, its history, and its businesses due to the expansion of the Republic Bank First Friday Hop to now include Butchertown. The many features of the site include an email signup, event calendar, and linkbacks for all the area businesses.
Working With Design Web
We work with our clients to help develop a website that will gain more clients and increase brand awareness. We go out of our way to make sure that every aspect of the web design experience goes smoothly. We also work to explain the technical aspects of each project to ensure that everyone is working towards the same goal.
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At Design Web, we love all things bourbon. Our love of bourbon inspired us to create this amazing website that celebrates Downtown Louisville and the many bourbon bars and restaurants. We hope that visitors and residents of Louisville can use this website to find the best bourbon foods, drinks, and merchandise.
Jeff Wright and his family of dogs came to us with a need for a new website and help setting up his social media accounts. We were able to help him design and develop an attractive new website that will help improve his search engine optimization. Our social media expert was also able to build his social media profile, allowing him to promote his Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at his various events.
Working with Louisville Downtown Partnership and other members of Louisville Metro, we put together a simple landing page for their Holiday in the City event. Louisville’s Holiday in the City promotes holiday happenings and events throughout Downtown Louisville.
Check out our blog for the latest information on internet marketing and web design. We also have educational posts about web development for anyone interested in learning more about building web sites.
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