Can You Afford Not To Have A Great Website Design?
What’s The Cost? Much of digital marketing boils down to basic statistical analysis. Consider an e-commerce website which averages 1,000 visitors per month and has a 1% conversion rate at $500 per conversion. So, each month this website is generating 10 conversions at an average of $5,000. Many people will immediately try to increase the […]
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. […]
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 […]
What Does a Website Cost?
We hear the question all the time from callers, “What does a website cost?” It’s a simple question, but one that isn’t so simple to answer.
Have you ever been to a bad website? A truly bad website? You know, the kind with navigation so confusing you wouldn’t be able to find the contact page if it hit you on the nose. Or, the kind with icons, images, and layouts so pixelated, out of date, and poorly designed it makes you wonder whether you’ve somehow gone back in time to the early days of the internet. You’ve been to those sites; almost everyone has.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Louisiana Foundation Launches New Site
Gatorworks has once again had the privilege of working with an organization whose mission is to make a difference. The Blue Cross Blue Shield of Louisiana Foundation’s goal is to connect people with resources, support new ideas, and build partnerships with the people of Louisiana. As the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Louisiana Foundation site […]
Mobile-Friendly Websites Are Google-Friendly Websites
Google has confirmed that more than half of all Internet searches today come from mobile or tablet devices. Mobile search is often responsible for as much as 60-70% of the traffic for some of our clients. It is a phenomenon that is only going to increase as more people get access to smart-phones and tablets. […]
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 […]
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 […]
Web Development: Attention to Detail Yields Perfection
It’s so easy to fall into a rut of blind progression when you take on new projects. You start going through the motions, and before you know it, you’ve spent a lot of time doing work that’s just…average. Strangely enough, you’ll find that the details are sometimes where you can take a fresh look at something you’ve seen a thousand times at a different angle.
Gatorworks Wins Two Awards for Website Design
We are proud to announce that for the 2015 year, Gatorworks received two American Advertising Federation awards (ADDYs) for the New Schools for Baton Rouge website and Giraphic Prints website! Website design is what we are known for and we were pleased to be able to create beautiful web portals for our clients. Of course […]