Over the past couple of months, the Webfitters team has been hard at work releasing a number of new websites. From a local nonprofit organization to well-known real estate agencies, we’ve had a hand in helping companies that range across a variety of industries. Check out the websites we've recently launched below! 

Zeise Construction
Zeise Construction, a construction contractor located in the Green Bay area, did not have an online presence when they first came to us for help. Their team expressed the need for a website that educates and shows visitors the quality of work they do for their clients. To help with tracking the progress of current assignments, they were also interested in developing a custom application that allows their team and other involved subcontractors to follow the progression of each individual project.  

 

To help show off the beautiful work their team produces, we provided Zeise Construction with their very first website that focuses heavily on high-quality animations and visuals. Their portfolio includes the various industries they serve, as well as each individual project that they have been a part of. The website was also designed to be responsive to all devices including desktop, tablet, and mobile. We also included a Blog/News section that will give them the opportunity to share company updates and industry happenings.

Their "Bid Room," a custom application housed on the website, is a separate portal that allows approved members who are involved with the projects to track each step of the process. Contractors can submit project notes and time entries, as well as place their bids on future projects. 

Team Stimpson
Team Stimpson approached Webfitters in search of a website that consisted of a fresh and modern appearance, as well as a responsive design for all devices including desktop, tablet, and mobile. With their team being as busy as they are, they also expressed their need for a website that automated their available listings to avoid having to manually enter each individual property.

 

Our team was able to successfully provide Team Stimpson with a website that has a contemporary and responsive design, as well as an automated feed for their available listings. We added a number of new visuals to help engage visitors and included a "What's My Home Worth" evaluation application. To give their visitors even more control when using the website, we also added a simple property search to help visitors find the information they're looking for in a more timely manner. The dashboard within WordPress gives their staff a user-friendly experience whenever they need to make changes to the website, whether it's adding a new page or adding new images and videos.

EDM Department
EDM Department approached us with a unique situation. At the time, they were operating off of three different websites as the company has three separate departments. These entities include EDM Department, EDM Intelligent Solutions, and EDM 3D Metrology. Since they were utilizing three different websites they were experiencing difficulty being found within search engines, as well as inconsistencies with company branding.

 

By combining the three websites into one, we were able to give EDM Department a look and feel that is geared toward being visually appealing to their website visitors. Consolidating all of the information from the prior websites brought a sense of brand consistency and recognition for their company. From an SEO perspective, the new website will have a much better overall presence within search engines, which will ultimately lead to more potential visitors. The new website also includes a content refresh for SEO purposes, a showcase for their current Applications, and a blog section for sharing industry news and updates.

My Brother’s Keeper
My Brother's Keeper, a local nonprofit organization dedicated to helping boys and men of all ages, approached our team in need of a website that helped tell their true story. The original website was outdated and housed an overwhelming amount of content, which most likely had an effect on their overall user engagement.

 

As a donated project, our team was able to successfully design and develop a brand new website for My Brother's Keeper that educates and informs visitors about what exactly it is they offer their clients, as well as simplifying a variety of other aspects. High-quality visuals were used to help engage visitors on the story that MBK is attempting to get across to the local community. We also included a responsive design, a multimedia gallery to show off prior events, and established a clean and easy process for people to donate and volunteer. The website was built within WordPress, which gives their staff and team members easy access to adding and editing the website's content.

Stay tuned for a number of new website launches that we're currently working on!