Helping CreateLegal reach a new audience with a new website.
When CreateLegal approached us for round three of their website, we jumped at the opportunity. After all, we designed the first two. They have been with Monumental from the start, and vice-versa.
Founder and Principal Attorney, Josh, was looking to focus in on CreateLegal's target audience further to attract best-fit clients (and more of them). This meant playing on what had been working while introducing a fresh new feel to the brand.
- UX Design
- UI Design
- Web Development
Honest, expert, tech-savvy legal advice for agencies and creatives.
CreateLegal was born out of the desire to do things a little differently. When Josh left a larger firm to start CreateLegal, he left with the intention of working more closely and honestly with creative industry clients. Each iteration of the website has led to a refining moment, and this was no exception.
Attention to detail
With a keen eye toward the end goal, Josh is possibly our most directly involved client. Writing and refining copy, providing napkin-sketch illustration ideas–we're constantly challenged by CreateLegal to do better.
Expanding the original brand was necessary in order to breathe a bit of life into it and appeal to larger agencies. CreateLegal looks more like an agency site than a legal firm, on purpose.
Providing the ability to adjust as they see fit.
Not every website needs to be tied to a content management system. However, it was important for CreateLegal to have the ability to make small changes and write a bi-weekly blog without having to reach out to us every time.
We continue work with CreateLegal through our maintenance retainer, Guide Service. It allows Josh to ask for site adjustments or design related advice without a drawn-out scoping process or wondering how much it will cost.
We helped CreateLegal show their personality. How about yours?
“Monumental has been a great partner in the development of our brand and growth of our business. We simply would not be what we are without them.”