Balanced Tai Chi Web Design Project
The Balanced Tai Chi web design project was created to promote the classes offered by Tom Abbott. In addition to creating his site and logo we also took many of the pictures featured on the site, including those used to create the animated slide show on the homepage. At My Island Designs, we always go the extra mile to create beautiful and user-friendly websites for our clients.
James did a fantastic job creating my website. I continually receive compliments on how nice it looks and how easy it is to navigate; the guy really knows what he is doing. He is very easy to work with and gets back to you almost immediately. When I lacked up to date photos of myself and my business, James took the extra time and personally spent over two hours shooting professional grade photographs for the website. Errors in content where I was responsible, James fixed the site long after the contract period ended and at no extra cost. I have nothing but good things to say and would recommend My Island Designs to anyone looking to upgrade their website or have a new one developed.Tom Abbott
A Responsive Web Design That is Very Mobile-Friendly
The Balanced Tai Chi site is a responsive web design, which means it will automatically adjust to fit the display size of almost any modern device. This elegant, fully responsive web design looks great on any device including desktop computers, laptops, tablets, and smartphones, regardless of the brand. Our mobile-first, responsive designs display equally well on Apple and Android devices, at any common resolution.
Mobile Website Design
Create a Logo
Add Great Pictures
Website Maintenance Training
Mobile-First Design Process
Designed an Attractive Logo
Photography Session With Client
Live Training & Dashboard Videos
- Mobile First Design Process 100%
- Created an Attractive Logo Design 90%
- Had a Great Photo Session With Client 95%
- Free Website Maintenance Training 100%
The Results Were Amazing
The Harbor Isles Condominium Complex consists of two associations. The redesign process focused on creating a site that not only explained there were two associations but helped visitors understand the implications and explain certain facts such as the “Shared Amenities” agreement. We also created separate pages containing detailed information about each association.
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