Web Design and Development
Dietz, Gilmor & Chazen
When Dietz, Gilmor & Chazen changed their name, they wanted a new website that would showcase their attorneys and 6 locations throughout California. Their site was re-organized for easier navigation and a new "E-Refer" form installed to aid in new client processing.Preview
Good reviews and testimonials are key to a successful business. This site incorporates them throughout.
This design included a re-branding of the corporate logo and the integration of a Twitter feed to keep their clients informed of new medical billing related issues.
Through our relationship with Best Signs of Palm Springs, Alt9 was given the opportunity to donate a new website to this outstanding organization. Slideshows were created and integrated using Photobucket albums. A branded eNewsletter that matches the website design was created to communicate with their 400+ members.
Website re-design, including ecommerce and artist entry submission with online jury selection. Like many aging websites, this one needed a wider page and re-organization of content. We added a slideshow in the header, an upgraded shopping cart and a contact form. A script was also implemented that allows artists to apply online and upload their work. The judging process is also done online, saving a great deal of time and money.
Featuring ecommerce with 65+ products. Photography, illustrations, video production and graphics by Alt9 Design.
This website re-design included a Content Management System (CMS) for english and spanish, featuring a custom-built calendar application. Photography by Alt9 Design.
A slideshow in the header is a great way to keep your site alive while providing links to other pages.
Alt9 Design worked with CEO Brock Curry to design everything from their logo, business cards, letterhead, brochure and website.
Another new business venture that Alt9 helped launch. We researched reservation systems with point of sale capability and feel that we integrated the best on the market for this client's needs.