One of our first steps in website design is to get a splash page up on our client’s new domain to let visitors know something exciting is happening. Splash pages are a smart way to collect email addresses and build brand awareness while your website is in development.
We created this simple splash page for Alta Vista while we are working on their complete website redesign. Visitors are able to click through and complete a simple form if they are interested in hiring Alta Vista.
Sweetin Photography was ready to hit the ground running. Wanting to order business cards, they needed a live website for potential visitors from their networking events. With a splash page they are able to collect leads while we perfect the website.
Busy with construction of their new salon, Salon Velluto wasn't ready to publish a whole website, so we created this splash page for them. They will have a strong base of potential contacts to reach out to when they are ready for their grand opening.
Metro REIG brought us in to create a postcard campaign to generate leads. They already had a website but needed a page that would convert visitors from the campaign into customers. We created a splash page as a sub-domain of their website to do the job.
The Grateful Gnome is busy building out a new bar space in Denver and we're busy building a new website. Having already gained attention from the press, The Grateful Gnome needed to get a page up as quickly as possible. The splash page provides information about the future location and a way for future customers to stay updated on the progress.
With construction season heating up, Garkse Construction knew they needed a website, but didn't have a lot of time. While they're hard at work, their splash is busy collecting leads.
If you are looking for a new website or just a simple splash page, schedule a consultation today!