We built the first Duluth Fall Festival Website way back in 2001. Over the years, we added more content and functionality until the needs of the Festival and its visitors outgrew what a standard HTML website could economically provide. So in 2014, we build the next iteration of the website in WordPress, greatly enhancing its
LMi Systems has emerged as one of the top full-service electrical contractors and system integrators in Georgia. During that time, they have also gained national recognition-and developed a project footprint throughout North America.
LMI had a non-responsive, 4-year-old static HTML website that was in need of an update to make it easier for clients and service technicians to use in the field. Since the initial build, LMI had also greatly expanded their service offerings and the website had become a bit of a hodge-podge as we kept trying to find places to add new sections.
While working as the Web Developer on this Project for Michael Mackenzie Communications, I brought the website up-to-date by building a fast-loading, dynamic, mobile-responsive, SSL secured WordPress website. The website is now much easier to maintain and is ready for the continued growth of LMI’s business. The website’s mobile-responsive feature is particularly useful for service technicians and clients as they largely access the site on their mobile devices. The website’s extended megamenu structure is a plus as it allows for a quick visual “and” descriptive display of LMI’s expanded service offerings.
Clients also are now more easily able to place service ticket requests that are routed to the appropriate departments for quicker response times.
I continue to provide ongoing WordPress maintenance.
- Responsive Design
- Advanced Mega Menu
- SSL Secured
- Website Redesign
- WordPress Development
- Website Maintenance
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