Redesigned Website Features Vintage Photos of Tampa’s Neighborhoods Along with Enhanced Ability to Communicate with the Firm
TAMPA, FL. (November 3, 2014) – With a seemingly innumerable amount of law firms in the Tampa Bay area and an equal amount of websites representing them, it’s exceedingly difficult to stand out. The Law Firm of McIntyre Thanasides Bringgold Elliot Grimaldi & Guito, P.A. was searching for a way to better engage future clients on their website (www.mcintyrefirm.com) as well as illustrate their strong ties to the Tampa Bay community.
Aiding them in this initiative, Absolute Mobile Solutions, a Tampa digital marketing agency that specializes in responsive website design and mobile applications, produced an artfully engaging design that showcases rare vintage photos of the Tampa Bay area.
Upon visiting the redesigned website, visitors are immediately presented with vivid black and white images of Tampa’s past. While pertinent website information is presented in the foreground, images of downtown Tampa, Ybor City and the Gasparilla Parade scroll in the background. Along with the new design, a chat box has been added to website to give future clients an additional way to communicate with the firm.
McIntyre Thanasides Bringgold Elliot Grimaldi & Guito, P.A. was founded in 2006 by a group of lawyers that decided to break away from larger firms. Since then, the firm has grown from a “boutique firm” to a full-service law firm, servicing clients in variety of areas, including personal injury, criminal defense, business law and DUI defense.
“We are very excited to be a part of this fun and brand-defining project,” said Alfred Goldberg, president of Absolute Mobile Solutions. “McIntyre Thanasides gave us wonderful insight on their brand and their industry and it allowed us to develop a product that will separate them from their competition in the eyes of consumers.”
“I was impressed by the team at Absolute Mobile Solutions’ ability to take conversations about our brand and develop such a beautiful and functional site,” said George McIntyre, CFO of McIntyre Thanasides. “We wanted a website that showed the passion that we have for the community we serve. They hit the nail on the head.”