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Kancelaria Prawna Lebek & Wspólnicy

A Responsive Multilingual Business Website for a Law Firm

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    Let’s start with your credentials
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    What kind of website are you interested in?

    Do you also require an SEO analysis?

    Do you need any additional features or functionalities?
    (this section is optional, you can skip it and describe your needs in the old-fashioned way — via text area)

    How many pages should your website have?
    (Excluding home page and privacy policy/cookie policy pages)

    How many categories should your portfolio have?
    (each category can consist of multiple galleries)

    How many additional languages do you need?

    How many additional currencies do you need?

    How many products do you want me to add to your website?

    Do you want users to be able to comment/rate your posts?

    Do you also need a multi-step form?

    How many steps your form should have?

    Do you need your form to use conditional logic?

    The good old-fashioned text area 🙂
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    Estimated price

    € 1.500

    The Brief

    The client’s request was clear: she needed an elegant, multilingual business website with animated elements and the ability to periodically add legal tips in the form of a blog. Their primary focus was on a professional representation of the company. She also provided me with a selection of reference websites, presenting a clear visual guide for the aesthetic direction to follow.

    The Case Study (business website)

    I was provided with photos to use as backgrounds and the complete text for specific sub-pages in one language to create a preview website.

    I approached the project by starting from the end. Typically, I design the homepage as one of the last pages, as it often serves as a summary of the entire website. However, this time, the client requested that the homepage consisted only of their slogan and a single paragraph of text. Taking it a step further, I also included the latest blog posts on the homepage, which turned out to be a successful decision, as the client was very pleased with it (at the moment the blog is hidden and the only way to reach it is via search engines).

    It turned out that me and the client had similar taste and further designing went smoothly, with minor changes pointed out. Before I wrapped up the Polish version, I already had the English translation in hand. This streamlined my workflow, and I managed to complete the entire website within just 6 weeks.

    As the last step, I’ve created several tutorial videos (with my commentary) on how to modify the website’s content and manage their legal blog section.

    Features she liked most in her business website:

    Tilted dividers between sections of the website
    Footer sliding from beneath the main content
    Minimalist hamburger menu
    5/5 (1 Review)