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Spring is here

April 1, 2015 Spring is here

Spring it seems is finally with us, traditionally a season of change and a symbol of renewal. We felt this was the perfect time of year to refresh our online presence and update our website. As we are fond of saying at Egelnick and Webb “you must love your website” and give it a full service regularly.

And to keep the car metaphors going, a smart consumer or - Discerning Connoisseur – as we like to say, knows its even better to trade up every few years.


As a matter of course and due diligence, we think it best to update our website – completely, every 2/3 years. It’s what we recommend our clients do, and we find that the digital landscape changes at such a pace – that we need to practice what we preach in order to be in-line with our own standards.


Being your own client, comes with its own unique set of challenges. From the outset we made certain to resource this project much the same way we would for a paying client. To apply the adequate amount of design rigour and consistency we created a team, within the team and developed a detailed plan with unmovable milestones – no matter what came into the studio to distract us!

We reviewed our business objectives and core brand principles – a health check you could say, and mapped out a user experience to match.

The design and layout were more of a visual evolution, than revolution to make the transition from old to new look and feel seamless.


User Experience, Website Design and Build, Content Management, Portfolio Photography, Copywriting, SEO, Social Media.



If you feel your website could use some love, the team here at Egelnick and Webb would be happy to come in and discuss your needs.

Be it a full service, upgrade, or trade in we’d be happy to assist.

Contact: for an appointment.

Happy Easter

Mat, Brand Director.


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