Heller Search approached LyntonWeb to redesign their current website as well as the creation of a new website for Heller Strategy, a dedicated arm to strategy services based on the popular book The CIO Paradox. We started with a dedicated discovery phase, to better understand their business and the buyer personas for both businesses.
MediGain approached LyntonWeb for a light refresh of their template design. Our team re-organized and re-styled their HubSpot templates with the goal of improving the overall user experience. From making call to action buttons more obvious, to bringing full-width imagery to the website, it is a top to bottom overhaul in a short timeframe.
Twin Cities' Habitat for Humanity had many reasons to redesign their website. Among the reasons was to use a straightforward, streamlined menu of options to feature their variety of volunteer and family support programs. They were eager to highlight the family stories that are core to driving donation and involvement.
In 2014 Campbell wanted to push the brand forward, to match their successful leadership in the nonprofit industry. They wanted to streamline the resources they make available for clients and prospects and create a better user experience overall. In need of a partner that knew the HubSpot platform and it’s nuances, they chose LyntonWeb.
The marketing team at Cimation was interested in overhauling their web presence, improving upon templates that were difficult to edit and resolving key SEO issues – all while putting together a great user experience. They needed a partner that could set up a new website with cutting-edge design and integrate with HubSpot.