Website Redesign

Tilghman Constructors

The challenge

Jim Tilghman has been doing construction in the Atlanta area for decades. They finally put up a simple 1 page website just so they would have a presence on the internet. As their business has grown, they needed a website that better represented the type of clients they work with, the projects they complete, and the services that they offer. They have years of ‘before and after’ pictures that were not being seen by potential new clients. There was no Call to Action or a simple way to contact them.

Tilghman Constructors New Site

The goals

  • Let visitors get a sense of the quality work Tilghman Constructors provide

  • Outline the various services provided

  • Display a gallery of completed projects

  • Prompt visitors to call

Services Provided

  • Website flow wireframe

  • Website Design

  • Website Development

Our approach

Basic Social Media Management

Jim is always on the go, moving from one appointment to another, so we met with Jim at a Panera that was convenient to his schedule. We got to know him and the things he wanted to share with visitors and potential clients. Once we got a scope of the content and functionality he wanted in his website, we were able to outline a wireframe for his new website. Next step was designing the look and feel of his Home page. After a few iterations, we perfected the look he was wanting. We then started the website development on our development server. Jim started sending us his ‘before and after’ pictures for the gallery so we were prepared once we started developing that section of his website. Once his website was complete, and he was happy with the look of all the pages, we pointed his domain name to our server thereby making his website live (hosted on our server). 

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