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As with all of our sites, the site is completely responsive and will display correctly on any device. You can see the site here. Their are additional improvements underway … stay tuned for more details.
This site was extensively redesigned in 2015 and the live mini-site on the right represents the new web-site design. The image above depicts the design of the site when originally launched in June 2013. The front landing page was a full page slider featuring their three primary services: embroidery (shown above), screen printing and custom graphic Tee-shirts. Once inside the site, three pages described each of the services.
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Prospectus just completed the second iteration of the Group4 Autosport web-site with an enhanced focus for their specialized products. Group4 makes performance aerodynamic parts for the Mini-Coopers. As race aficionados they have learned how to make their cars work with the air they are moving trough. By splitting and channeling air around the Minis, they create impressive performance gains without having to increase engine horsepower. Group4 offer an affordable, do-it-yourself upgrade for the Minis and they give them that customized racecar look.
For those of you familiar with the Prospectus process, after the ‘demo site’ is up and running there are several iterations of design, review, critique and redesign. The second iteration is usually more complete and focused than the demo site. This site is no exception; Group4’s redesigned site is very focused on their specialized products.
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Prospectus recently completed the initial development of a new Web-site for Hammond Hicks, accountants in Charleston, South Carolina. “We need to explain that our approach is to look at the tax structure of the whole client; the individual and their family, family trust and business relationship.” Marty Hicks described. The message is incorporated into the a unique header with a changing message combined with a front page “mission statement.” The site also has interesting tax issues described in their ‘Cup of Joe’ articles. When they opened their Tax Café’ to create an ‘do your own taxes with our professional advice (and software)’ it was added to the front page of the site. Check them out here