Using two plugins we designed in-house, the Noble County Sheriff’s Office Staff is able to use their website to post upcoming Sheriff Sales, as well as a Wanted List.
Their website is designed with mobile navigation in mind, but still looks great on larger tablet and computer screens.
With a fully responsive design, we designed the Morgan County Sheriff’s Office website to look great, no matter what device it’s being viewed on.
In addition to Facebook Page integration, the website allows the staff at the Sheriff’s Office to post upcoming Sheriff Sales using a custom plugin of our own design.
Focused on a clean design, the Belmont County Treasurer’s website features an sample interactive property tax bill.
Retro meets modern in this layout for Rumer-Loudin, Inc. Designed using their business’s color scheme worked into an Americana feel, the website is also completely responsive to look great on any device.
The front page features an image carousel highlighting features of the business, and a custom-built testimonial application allows for their customers to leave feedback on the service they receive, which can be reviewed before being published to the website.
Also part of their website are two customer surveys to gather customer information for new installations and existing service and repairs, and a feed where they can share the latest news from their company, which immediately updates their Facebook Page with the new post.
Featuring a bold hero image, the Wetzel County Autumnfest website is part brochure and part web application. In addition to general information and a full event listing, the website allows visitors to register for the festival’s contests or to be a vendor. The registration is forwarded to the organizers via email, saving the need for mail-in registrations.
The Wetzel County Autumnfest website is fully responsive, and will display beautifully on a variety of devices, no matter the size screen size.