- Can I choose the design of my site?
- How do you create the design of a site?
- What if I don?t like the design you built?
- What else should I know about Web site design?
- How can Web design increase the amount of traffic to my site?
1 Can I choose the design of my site?
Absolutely. WebJuris ensures cutting-edge designs with an expert team that can create your Internet Identity from the ground up. In the event that you already have a site or a logo, WebJuris can build upon the existing designs to create something that complements your overall look online. WebJuris's process is client-centered and includes designs with client feedback during the design process.
2 How do you create the design of a site?
The design is chosen based on the unique qualities of your law firm or organization. For example, one legal organization based out of San Diego featured an ocean motif. [www.alasandiego.org]. WebJuris can work from an existing range of colors and designs of your print products and transfer the look and feel to the Web.
3 What if I don?t like the design you built?
Because our designs are client-focused, we aim for customer satisfaction. In the event you don?t like our design, we will work with you to find something that fits better with your needs. We have many tools to make sure that you are receiving original and elegant graphics and designs on your site.
4 What else should I know about Web site design?
Successful web design integrates the look and feel of the site with functionality. This means that users can easily explore different options on the site that allow them to perform other tasks such as posting comments to a blog, or completing a "contact us" form.
5 How can Web design increase the amount of traffic to my site?
Web design includes proper navigation for site visitors. At WebJuris, each page of a Web site is designed with the user in mind. This translates into more visitors who will find what they are looking for on a particular part of the attorney website. In contrast, sites with poor navigation do not accomplish what they set out to do: engage the reader.
- What do I need to know about the functionality of my attorney Website?
- Isn?t functionality the same as design?
- What types of functions do I need on my website?
- How will I know if my functionality is working?
- What if I want more functions on my website?
1 What do I need to know about the functionality of my attorney Website?
Functionality refers to the operations that the website can perform. This includes functions such as blawgs, email forms, multiple-language capabilities, calendars and shopping carts, just to name a few.
2 Isn?t functionality the same as design?
Design should be functional. While the two are similar, it takes a good design to integrate functionality and lead users to the types of activities they want to perform, such as completing a "contact us" form.
3 What types of functions do I need on my website?
This question is best answered by you, the client. Because WebJuris provides customized, online solutions for the legal community, if you can dream it, we can do it. We have built a wide array of functions for our clients.
4 How will I know if my functionality is working?
WebJuris runs testing on all Websites before they go live. WebJuris also has algorithms that run on each site which identify broken links. We can catch errors on the site before the users do.
5 What if I want more functions on my website?
Again, because we provide customized solutions, WebJuris is able to build add-ons to your site which will expand the existing attorney Web site. WebJuris can customize these solutions to fit the unique needs of your firm and existing budget.
- What hosting services do you offer?
- What kind of servers do you provide hosting on?
- What kind of support do you offer?
- Will you maintain my website?
- What if I want to maintain the site myself?
- How does WebJuris protect my Website from downtime?
1 What hosting services do you offer?
We provide commercial hosting and domain registration to our clients as well as management of email and newsletters.
2 What kind of servers do you provide hosting on?
We use Windows servers and can provide clustered, load balanced servers with advanced monitoring, firewall protection and intrusion detection systems.
3 What kind of support do you offer?
We provide personal attention and free support for any problems originating from our equipment and maintenance protocol. For clients purchasing enhanced support packages, or those who have support included in other packages (maintenance, design, etc.) we provide ongoing support including phone consultation, help with email issues and with any issues directly relating to the hosting account.
4 Will you maintain my website?
WebJuris provides maintenance only for sites we have designed and/or are currently hosting. Maintenance can be included in a design package or paid for separately.
5 What if I want to maintain the site myself?
Many of our packages include a custom administration panel allowing you to update your site from an intuitive web interface. Site elements editable from the panel include attorney information, news articles and case specific forums. We can also provide custom features to fit your needs and even track and maintain data on legal client contacts.
6 How does WebJuris protect my Website from downtime?
WebJuris protects its Websites by performing nightly image backups on each Web server along with advanced monitoring and firewall protection.
Content Writing FAQs
- Why should I hire you to write the content on my Website?
- What if I don?t like the content you wrote?
- Can you post my old content on my Web site?
- Who writes the content on your site?
- How many revisions can I make to the content on your site?
1 Why should I hire you to write the content on my Website?
We can do it faster without the day-to-day interruptions that most law firms experience. WebJuris can add to the content writing process as much as they are able to. It's been our experience that law firms are too busy to write their own content, that's why we have an in-house team to do the job. And of course, before your site goes live, we make sure you have thoroughly edited the content.
2 What if I don?t like the content you wrote?
It depends. Generally, once the copy is written, it has minor revisions from the law firm. After the revisions are updated, the content is posted to your site. Because we write the content based on a list of topics created by the client, there's usually not much to revise. If indeed it does need a rewrite, we work with our clients to make sure the content is something everyone agrees on.
3 Can you post my old content on my Web site?
Yes. WebJuris can use the content of your old site and transfer it to a new site. However, WebJuris recommends developing new content on your site to keep it current and fresh. Furthermore, updated information on your site is more likely to increase the rankings of your site on search engine pages. Ongoing updates, such as adding new articles to your site each month, will also increase the relevancy of your website because it gives visitors more reasons to read your site.
4 Who writes the content on your site?
WebJuris has in-house copywriters to write the new versions of your website. First we outline each page, then we complete the writing process. After each page is written, we submit the content for your approval to complete the text of your site.
5 How many revisions can I make to the content on your site?
Although each site varies in scope and size, we perform two rounds of revisions. WebJuris also offers a Content Management System or CMS that allows users, with a password, to make changes to the content of a site. This provides users with the ability to change content without knowing HTML or having advanced computer skills. This can be done from any Web browser at anytime.
- What is Website maintenance?
- How does WebJuris maintain attorney Websites?
- Why should I let WebJuris handle the maintenance of my site?
- What is necessary for Webjuris to maintain my site?
- Will I be billed extra for Website maintenance?
1 What is Website maintenance?
Website maintenance includes the process of fixing broken links and images to update attorney profiles. It?s basically fixing anything that is broken on your site. Any change to your website could be considered maintenance. When sites require maintenance; or outdated, potential users may leave the site with the impression that the site is not an accurate representation of the law firm. WebJuris performs routine maintenance on sites to keep sites current and working properly.
2 How does WebJuris maintain attorney Websites?
WebJuris has in-house designers and programmers who can enter the back end of the site to repair any part of a website that needs attention.
3 Why should I let WebJuris handle the maintenance of my site?
Because WebJuris has built custom solutions for the legal community, WebJuris will be in the best position to fix Websites most efficiently if they have designed the site. However, we do build sites that can be updated by other programmers and designers. When you hire WebJuris, you hire an in-house maintenance team to fix any areas of the Website that could be causing problems.
4 What is necessary for Webjuris to maintain my site?
Change on the internet is inevitable. There are many things that can happen in the Internet world that can pose problems to Websites. After many years in the Internet marketing business, WebJuris has seen a myriad of problems and has the experience to fix them.
5 Will I be billed extra for Website maintenance?
Many of the maintenance issues are routine in nature and are billed with the initial contract of the site. However, for maintenance that occurs outside of the scope of the initial contract, WebJuris can quote costs that will work for both parties.