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Website Design & Development

When The Training Room branched out from a longtime franchise partnership to launch their own athletic training brand, they came to Commexis for fresh branding and a new website.

Alloy Silverstein came to us to create a website that reflected their unique personality. They wanted a site unlike any other accounting firm has ever had before.

SJ Magazine required a redesign and updated functionality of their site to best reflect their status and service their readers. Commexis was challenged to develop a new design and rebuild the site from the ground up.

The partners at Bodell Bove challenged Commexis to design and develop a site that was a visual departure from the other lawyer web sites in what has become an increasingly crowded online space.

The township engaged with us to create a modern and user-friendly new website that focused on ease of use and community social interaction.

Sub U Systems tasked Commexis with creating an offshoot, civilian-focused brand that appeals to a different marketing vertical than their existing consultancy.

Mr. Durkin asked Commexis to design and develop a new logo and a custom website with a fully responsive WordPress theme for his law practice.

Foundation Title wanted a custom and responsive website design equipped with videos, calculators and complex forms to help potential clients learn about their services.

The Fellowship Alliance Chapel needed a website that reflected the deep sense of community shared by its parishioners during weekly services.

Haddonfield Law Firm, Brown & Connery brought Commexis into the fold to do a full refresh of their firm’s website as well as consult on email marketing best practices.

For Jarve, Kaplan, Granato & Starr, Commexis spearheaded a responsive new website design from concept to launch, and then applied their expertise in law firm web marketing to create a customized (SEO) campaign.