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Design Communication Pitfalls: What to Avoid With Your Law Firm’s Design Partner

If your law firm is like many others, hiring a design partner represents a major investment. Of course, selecting the right design partner goes a long way toward ensuring you get the results you want. But that’s just the first step. You might be surprised to learn that the quality of your law firm’s design results is directly connected to the way…

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In the War for Talent, Brand Could Be Your Secret Weapon

When it comes to recruiting, we don’t have to tell you that today’s law firms are locked in a battle for top talent. Not only must they compete against each other, but they must also contend with rising tech firms and organizations in other industries, too. You’ve spent years building up your law firm’s reputation. But what about your brand?…

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Level Up Your Law Firm’s Marketing with a Chief Marketing Officer

Your law practice has grown by leaps and bounds over the years. You’ve developed a reputation as the go-to firm in several practice areas, and you’ve built a stable of lawyers with the skills to support it. Now that your firm is operating at a new level, it’s time to level up your marketing, too. Until now, you’ve likely approached…

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The Quality of Your RFP Can Make or Break Your Web Design Project

You’ve already decided it’s time to redesign your law firm’s website. Your firm’s partners are on board. You have the budget set aside. Now you just need to identify the right design partner. The first step, of course, is to prepare a request for proposal. An RFP is used to outline the requirements of your web design project and invite…

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The Importance of Usability for Your Law Firm’s Website

If you’re ready to redesign your law firm’s website, chances are you want to improve the way your website functions in addition to the way it looks. You may have noticed that your website is slow to load, challenging to navigate, or frustrating to use on a mobile device. In fact, your staff (and even some of your clients) may have grumbled…

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