The City of St. Clairsville contacted me looking to give a fresh look to their website. They had a new layout already in mind, using a newly created video about the city as the website’s centerpiece.
The new website gives the city the ability to post important notices for their citizens, minutes from council meetings, and new ordinances. It links to their online bill payment portal for their utility payments and provides updates for ongoing city projects.
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.
The Monroe Soil & Water Conservation District came to 10T Web Design looking to overhaul their previous website, which was in need of a new layout and an easy way to provide updates. We designed a website that allows them to publish their monthly newsletter, provide links to partner websites, and display updates from their Facebook Page.
As another way of helping connect with their visitors, a calendar helps keep everyone up to date with upcoming events and hours of operation for the office.
With a clean and fully responsive design, we focused on ease of navigation on a variety of devices; a horizontal navigation bar displays for large screens, but when the viewport gets smaller, the navigation moves to an off-screen menu.
Websites now need to display properly on a variety of devices. The Belmont County Auditor’s website adjusts itself to not only look great an all devices, but changes how it functions as well.
On large screens, the home page displays an image carousel with images taken from all over Belmont County; on smaller screens, the carousel goes away, allowing users to quickly find the information they need while on the go.
The page’s navigation adjusts to screen size, as well, with a top-bar navigation for big screens, and off-canvas navigation for smaller ones.
As the first website the Monroe County Treasurer’s Office has ever had, it provides residents of the county access to forms, frequently asked questions, and provides a gateway to pay their property taxes.