About the author : Daniel Griffith

Daniel is an Author, Designer, and Entrepreneur. With over 10 years of industry experience, Daniel utilizes his unique blend of mathematics and poetry, engineering and creative thinking to solve both technical and business challenges to ultimately co-create the world he wants to live in.

Launch Day is exciting around here! After months of work, today is the day we get to push a new project live.

This morning we launched an awesome and modern redesign for a local Northeast Ohio Hardscaping company – Barski Hardscaping! They offer services for outdoor spaces, decks and porches, fences, pergolas, and water features.

You can view their exciting and new website here: www.barskihardscaping.com.

Website Redesign

Why Redesign Your Site?

We get this question a lot. “Why do we have to redesign our site every year or two? Does it really matter?”

Today’s online economy is different from yesterday’s. This maxim is the paradox of the world wide web – it is sure in its ways but ever evolving. Every day new challenges arise and with them new solutions present themselves.

These “new solutions” are what our industry calls Website Design Best Practices. Unlike most industries, however, these “best practices” are only best for today’s challenges.

Minor website redesign projects help modernize your site to meet today’s challenges, using the solutions that today’s users demand.

Contact us today to learn more how you can bring your website into today’s online world.

Case Study: Barski Hardscaping

Today’s challenges for Barski Hardscaping was large and impactful static and slider images. Barski operates in a “show-not-tell” industry, where images of his work speak wonders for his skill and passion as a hardscape and landscape services company.

Our team designed and developed this website redesign around large images to enhance the user’s immediate understanding of Barski’s expertise. It is hard not to love Barski’s work immediately upon landing on his site … and that was the goal!

Included in this Cleveland website redesign project was content updates, site-structure changes, and image optimization. Additionally, ongoing website maintenance and digital marketing will work to continually enhance and bolster Barksi’s online brand.