Category Archives: Web Design

Pete Boyd portraitTwo PaperStreet Law Firm Website Designs Receive MUSE Creative Silver Awards

Out of 3820 submissions from 50 countries, two PaperStreet website designs were recognized in the 2020 MUSE Creative Awards. Law firm websites for Waldon Adelman Castilla Hiestand & Prout and Cullen and Dykman received silver awards in the Law &…


Kyle portraitHow to Restrict User Access in WordPress

When you download WordPress and start to build your website, your first user is automatically set as an Administrator. A WordPress administrator is the most powerful user role that gives you control of the entire website (we are not including…


Pete Boyd portraitSliders Suck. Stop Creating Sliders for Your Law Firm Website.

We strongly believe in educating others about best practices for law firm websites. We were one of the first agencies to use WordPress and make responsive websites for firms.  We were also one of the first agencies to create sliders…


9 Impressive Law Firm Website Makeovers

New year, new ways to showcase your services on your website. Every new year rolls around and we come up with new resolutions. This year is no different. Your website should be considered a prime piece of real estate with…


Robin portrait2022 Law Firm Website Design RFP Template and Guide: What You Should Be Asking for in an RFP

The following is a guide and template to create a powerful website design RFP for your law firm.  PaperStreet has replied to over 250 RFP’s in 20 years, so we have extensive experience on the most important questions that need…


Kyle portraitPassword Protecting Custom WordPress Templates

When creating custom WordPress templates, there are some instances where you do not want to add code, text, etc., in the WordPress content area. If you wanted to hide what was on your page, normally you would just use “Password…


Pete Boyd portraitADA Accessibility for Websites is Now Required

It is now official.  ADA accessibility applies to websites.  Your website must be compliant. The Supreme Court has refused to hear the case of Robles vs. Domino’s Pizza.  This means that the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling, which held that Domino’s website must be compliant, stands.  The retailer needs to have a compliant website.


David portraitHow to Properly Add Images to your Website for Better SEO & Speed Performance [Guide]

Images are a crucial part of any website design, but if they are not added correctly, they can do more harm than good. As a result, PaperStreet has compiled our tips and best practices on how to properly add images to…


Kyle portrait7 Essential Photoshop Quick Tips & Shortcuts

Note: these shortcuts are for a PC. Mac users should change Ctrl to Cmd. If you actively use Photoshop the tips below can help save you clicks/time. This hopefully (fingers crossed) will increase your overall productivity. Edit -> Preferences ->…


Pete Boyd portraitTotal Control History – What is Editable, What is Not and Why

Total Control is our base Content Management System (CMS). It has been running for over 15 years now and supports hundreds of law firms. Clients can edit almost everything on their website, but we do run into situations where some…


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