A New Website for Napoli Pizza Inc

by | Aug 7, 2020 | Work Showcase

I was graciously given a great lead, from my friend Jeff of JAT Design Studio, just last week.

A client he had worked with in the past, Napoli Pizza in Redford, needed help updating information on their website.

Unfortunately, (or ultimately “Fortunately…”) their prior developer had either worked within an archaic site-builder or was uploading html files directly to the system.

Regardless, making any website changes going forward would never be simple, and their former site was very dated in its appeal:

We and the client both agreed a new website would be the best move.

After reviewing some starting templates and service options, Frank landed on our multi-section one page solution!

From there, consistent brand colors were used that we pre-identified (#32A078 Green and #CE0E0E Red) as well as licensed images and content that fit the family pizzeria’s message and identity – within a framework of functionality to match the tastes, devices, and impatience of the typical hungry 2020 pizza-goer.

After receiving a deposit Thursday July 30, our first proof was available during the weekend. After the client provided some additional content and we went back and forth over a few basic changes, we were LIVE in 8 days!

Ultimately we and the client both won out in this transaction. Frank was wonderful to work with and we look forward to being partners for many years down the road.

For similar help, connect with us directly at the button below, or review and provide more information via our new website survey.

We look forward to getting you what you need.

– Matt

Matt Hall

Agent – Hierank Marketing Solutions
www.hierankmarketingsolutions.com
(517)918-5003
matt@hierankmarketingsolutions.com

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