Ally Law is an international legal service joining together no fewer than 2000 lawyers and advisers to provide services globally.
The site was built from the ground up to be easy to adjust and add to because of the constant flow of content and firms. It also incorporates a membership system and data collection system.
Paragliding 121 needed to stand out from the paragliding school websites, and emphasize fun and the way individual training can get you flying faster.
Built from the ground up with that idea in mind, the site incorporates tons of movement with a slight tongue in cheek feel.
KWW is a London Law firm which was looking to modernize their website to better tell the story of who they had become.
Working with them we built a site which shows how they still have their roots in the community, but have developed to become a larger, and growing, London firm.
CLRM needed their websites mobile version to be completely rebuilt, but the whole site ran on outdated tech, so for the same cost my peers quoted just for the mobile setup, I built them a whole new website to fit modern design standards, and of course, to function beautifully on mobile!
Ally Latinx was built for the Latin America based firms which are a part of Ally Law. This site provides news specific to the members from that part of the world.
I built the site maintaining the look and feel of Ally Law, but making it work for the audience it targets, which included building a translation system which automatically translates the site into Spanish or Portuguese, or offers the ability to manually change the translations.
A law firm based in Mexico City. CMGD Law needed a facelift to bring their website in line with their services.
I designed the website from the ground up, focusing on the usability and, in particular, on having a clean clear switch between English and Spanish.