After months of thinking about it and another six weeks of work to put it together, Krause Practice Management’s new website went live yesterday. The site was designed by my friend Pat McKenna at Mojoweb Productions and I couldn’t be happier with the results. Pat’s designs are always nice to look at, functional and easy to navigate. Among other things, the new front page features breakout boxes where I can create specific news items to keep people informed of new releases, new blog posts, etc. My old site (a do it yourself design) was alright but just a little too dark in color and not as easy for me to focus visitors on specific areas.
I have an appointment (actually several) out of the office today and I wish I had more time to expand on this post. I would like to throw out some thoughts on web design and law firm web design in particular. That is probably not the best way to put it as I am not an expert on “design.” This post would showcase some sites I like and explain why. As I have committed to posting every day for three weeks, I need some material.
Anyway, I invite you to take a look at the new site. Your comments and suggestions are welcome.
Blawger Survivor Update. Over at Leadership, Women, Lawyers, Cynthia Rowland yesterday wrote an FAQ How to for Novice Bloggers. She has some great tips on coming up with topics, overcoming writer’s block and setting expectations for readership numbers and new clients. Her post today is entitled Tips for Avoiding Personal Blawger Hell and focuses on some of the legal and personal issues that lawyers should consider before blogging. Great stuff.cynthia rowland, krausepm.com, website design