This project is for a non-branded law firm. Meaning that you can use your own logo design, stock images (please use Shutterstock), ideas, color scheme, dummy text, and so on.
We're looking for a high-quality design for 5 pages - Home, About Us, Profile Page (Attorney bio), Practice Areas (All), Single Practice Area, and if you want to go the extra mile Contact page.
Please use our standard header design as shown on http://www.burnetti.com - Do not change the design.
Homepage sections we must have
Hero section: Big image/video with a noticeable call to action (call us now, free consultation, etc). Give the user a clear understanding of what kind of website they landed on e.g. "Personal Injury Lawyers in Florida"
Results Section: Most of our clients have a decent amount of case results that we like to showcase at the top of the website so they stand out. e.g. https://www.burnetti.com/ and https://www.veronbice.com/
About Us: A brief description of the firm/attorneys (100-150 words). Add an image of the firm's office, team, or even a video.
Awards & Memberships: In this section, we display the badges & logos to make the firm/lawyer look important & accomplished. It's a great conversion factor for us.
Why Us? / How Can We Help? / Features section: This section is to persuade the user to get in touch with the firm/lawyer e.g.
- Free case review
- 100% satisfaction guarantee
- Available 24/7 365
- If you don't win you don't pay
- No upfront fees
Attorneys: Self-explanatory. We just want to show the photo & title of each lawyer (2-8).
Feature Practice Areas: We usually focus on the most important practice areas based on the client. I'd say anything between 6-12 is the average.
Testimonials: We like to show at least 3 powerful reviews from former clients.
Detailed Practice Areas: Normally, we focus on 5-6 practice areas and add 100-130 relevant words on each section e.g. https://schneiderhammers.com
CTA: We like to have a "Call To Action" section to invite the user to contact the firm/lawyer. We usually place this section somewhere in the middle or closer at the bottom of the page.
Footer: This section will vary a lot. That's why we'd like to get multiple designs (3, 4, 5 columns) so we can implement as needed.
We don't necessarily need to have specific sections on the other pages. Just make sure the layouts are cohesive with the design of the homepage.
If you have any questions please let me know.