Category Archives: Web Site Design

Laurnie WilsonThe Elements of a Successful Law Firm Home Page

Your home page is the most important page on your website. It is your “digital first impression.” From your logo and social media icons to the footer and call-to-action, every element is carefully thought out and planned.

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Allison GagliardiWhat Does It Take to Produce an Award-Winning Law Firm Website?

From step 1 to done, we invite you to walk through the steps of creating an award-winning PaperStreet law firm website.

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AndrewWeb Design Launch Process Checklist – Comprehensive

Andrew gives a comprehensive overview of our website launch process.

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AlliWebsite Grievances as Told by the PaperStreet Development Team

The development team discusses their website pet-peeves.

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GuiPaperStreet Essentials: The Steps to Building Legal Websites on a Budget

A brief overview of launching a website with our Essentials design line.

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ElyssaLaw Firm Website Design Inspiration for 2016

We’ve outlined the trends and big ideas you’ll see this coming year in legal websites.

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Peter BoydBig Ideas for Website Design, Content and Internet Marketing

It’s always fun to look forward and anticipate the big ideas of the next few months. It can be easy to tell when a style is emerging, but sometimes you have to take a leap of faith and go with your gut.

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Peter BoydSlideshow: A New Approach to Content Strategy for Law Firms

In a presentation at the UnProgram for the Academy of Florida Elder Law Attorneys, PaperStreet presented a new content strategy called The LAW HUB.

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Allison GagliardiThe Most Dramatic Before and After Law Firm Websites

After 14 years of business we’ve seen some pretty scary websites. These are just a few of the dramatic before and after instances we’ve encountered.

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KyleAuthenticating Your Twitter Feed for Use on Your Website

You might be asking: why should I authenticate my Twitter feed? In order to use your Twitter feed on your website, you need to authenticate your account with Twitter, which allows you (or us) to “easily” incorporate your feed on your site.

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