Category: Design

March 29, 2019

Maintaining SEO Rankings when Redesigning a Website

So, you’re ready to give your website a makeover. You want something really cool with the latest and greatest design and tech, right? Absolutely. A site refresh is an exciting endeavor for any business. A well-thought-out redesign has the potential to bring all the right traffic and new leads. It can improve your branding and […]

October 19, 2018

7 Ways Building a Website is Like New House Construction

There is no question that your business needs a web presence. Regardless of your industry, too many people get their information from the Internet for an entrepreneur, business owner, or company to ignore that space. Clients often understand this, but building a website is still a new, and often confusing, adventure. To make it seem […]

December 1, 2017

Gatorworks Welcomes The Newest Member to the Team, Cody!

We are so excited to announce the newest addition to the Gatorworks team, Cody Roussel. As an experienced Graphic Designer with a variety of skill sets, his creativity and prowess in the field will add value to our team to uphold our standard of exceeding client expectations. We want to sit back and chat with […]

June 23, 2017

Gatorworks Launches City Pork & Southfin Poke Restaurant Websites

We’re only in March and Gatorworks has already had a very exciting year so far! Not only do we have many interesting projects in the queue, we recently launched two sites for a family of restaurants which is well known in the Greater Baton Rouge Area: City Pork restaurants and their new venture, Southfin Poke. […]

March 15, 2017

Gatorworks Designs New Neighbors Federal Credit Union Website

We were pleased to be able to participate in the design of the new Neighbors Federal Credit Union website. We hope customers of Neighbors FCU will experience an improved user experience. Mobile Website Design Neighbors went into the new website design with the need for mobile design first and foremost. Concerned their members were not getting […]

April 29, 2016

CROP 2016: I Came, I Saw, I Was Inspired

  Two weeks ago, Baton Rouge hosted its first ever graphic design conference: CROP 2016. Founded by husband and wife team Matt and Ariadne Dawson of Studio Gray, CROP is a conference meant to bring together like-minded creatives for two days of workshops, speakers, and community building. I had the privilege of attending both days […]

April 21, 2016

Crisis Intervention Center Launches New Website

We are always pleased to be involved in the creation of the new website for an organization as great as Crisis Intervention Center of Louisiana. They offer crisis intervention and counseling to individuals in need all over Louisiana. They respond to individuals in emotional distress or trauma who are desperately in need of someone to talk […]

December 18, 2013

5 Reasons Your Small Business Needs a Website

Very recently, Gatorworks started offering online marketing “in-house”, and in turn, hired me – your friendly neighborhood marketing dude – on to head that up. Coming from a company that was heavily involved with SEO, PPC, and other forms of marketing, having a website seemed like a no-brainer to me. And to be honest, in the modern world with an estimated 247 million Americans online and regularly using the Internet, it actually is.

November 25, 2013

Getting S.M.A.R.T.E.R. – Setting Goals for Websites

When we create websites, we often know what we want the ultimate outcome to be. For some site owners, this goal may be “To outperform our competitors”, or “To have a great website”, or even “To give visitors a great experience.” The best website design firms focus on creating SMARTER websites that are functional, attractive, […]

August 20, 2012

Rio 2016 Olympic Logo – Unity through Design.

We’re all pretty familiar with the origin of the Olympics. But if you’re not, here’s a quick summary – In ancient Greece, games would be held every four years in the city of Olympia, and despite wars and political problems, every city state would compete in these games. It was a time of peace and general sportsmanship.