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7 Website Designs Created by ManyPixels

March 25, 2021
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If you’re wondering what our team of designers can do, here’s a sneak peek into some of our web design projects.

A professional website can be a huge asset to your business. It can help you attract new clients and convert potential leads into paying customers. Of course, you need to make sure that the technical side of things is done right. This means search engine optimization (using the right keywords, tags and optimizations for fast loading). In 2021, a mobile-friendly website is also a must.

When it comes to website design, it’s well known that people make snap judgments on the way a web page looks: it takes just 5 milliseconds for a person to decide whether they’re staying on a website or not. Even more importantly perhaps, 88% of customers are unlikely to return to a website after a bad experience; that means good web design isn’t just about making a strong first impression, but getting potential clients to come back.

So, if you’re looking into web design outsourcing options, and have considered using ManyPixels, here’s just a few web design projects done for ManyPixels clients.

1. Kejiforma

Hospital branding is definitely not famous for the most creative design, but innovative approaches to healthcare often come hand in hand with great design. This landing page belongs to a training course for liberal healthcare professionals. The blue and white color palette gives the website a needed professional feel, but the generous negative space, more “casual” photos give the page a breezy, modern feel.

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2. Rutter Law Firm

Legal practitioners definitely need websites that uphold a certain professional standard. The brief from our client included the required color palette (found in the company logo), and their desire to make this website “unlike all the other attorney sites”.

So our designer went with a modern approach often found in SaaS companies: big value proposition, gradients, minimalist sans serif typography. The client also didn’t want photos of Kansas City, but rather something that would be representative of justice and areas of practice (Employment law, criminal defense and personal injury). So our designer included different symbolic images and incorporated them seamlessly into the sleek and elegant design

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3. Oya Law Firm

Another law firm website on our list, this website belongs to a pan African law firm called Oya. Our client approached us with a request for a professional website design that would help the firm grow. Our designer used the company brand guide to create a fitting web design. The more serious look was given a fresh makeover with interesting photography and a simple, yet effective pattern representative of African culture.

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4. Dr. Ionita

This client approached us with a request to make her current website created with Squarespace more professional and cohesive (whilst keeping the general look and feel of it). Adjusting the look of boxed content, layouts and adding additional design elements (lines, patterns, etc.) our designers helped Dr. Ionita get a professional and approachable website perfect for her innovative approach to primary healthcare.

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5. Traction Fund

Creating a custom look for a corporate-style website isn’t always easy. But this venture capital website created for our clients is a perfect mix of classic and modern. Our designer paired a simple and clean layout, professional photography with custom elements such as these sleek and minimalist icons that help break down the funding process for prospective clients.

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6. Akesio

Akesio is a company that offers personalized health plans based on people’s stress biomarkers. The client wanted to keep the warm and fun look of the previous website, but with a more high-quality and cohesive layout. Our designers improved the layout and added custom illustrations which gave this fun and beautiful website a very unique look.

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7. Groupago

Who knew that insurance websites can look fun? This lovely web design belongs to an insurance brokerage in Belgium. Our designers created a whole new set of modern and playful illustrations and icons to give this website a fresh, dynamic look.

Custom illustrations are a great way to visualize complex operations and processes and help your clients get a better understanding of your service. Luckily, if you decide to work with ManyPixels, you won’t need to look for talented UX/UI designers and illustrators separately. We have a specialist for each type of design!

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Looking for further website design guidance?

We hope this list helped give you a sense of what designing with ManyPixels can look like. What you can’t see from the end result is that communication and delivery with our service are always seamless and timely.

If you would like to learn more about requesting web design, feel free to check out our articles on how to write a design brief and landing page best practices.

Of course, if you’re ready to join our ever-growing list of satisfied customers, you can always book a demo!

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and much more!

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Danica Popovic

March 25, 2021

Having lived and studied in London and Berlin, I'm back in native Serbia, working remotely and writing short stories and plays in my free time. With previous experience in the nonprofit sector, I'm currently writing about the universal language of good graphic design. I make mix CDs and my playlists are almost exclusively 1960s.