Relocating a scientific or medical laboratory or an entire company isn’t easy, but that’s exactly what Magellan Logistics does every single day. While Magellan’s reputation for quality, on-time work has led to a busy schedule, every business needs a website where new customers can learn more. We were thrilled to build a site that explains Megellan’s work and looks as top-notch as their services.
Challenges: The shipping and packing industry has a lot of terminology that most consumers find confusing. People often don’t know what they need; they just know they need to move their office, art, or home and want everything to arrive safely. Although Magellan keeps up with the best practices, they had let their website lapse. Potential clients might visit the site and be left wondering if the company’s work was as outdated as their website.
Solutions: Our Print and Web Designer team redesigned the site. We adjusted their existing logo to maintain the brand but gave it a refreshed look. Now, the image will work for today’s marketing needs, from social media to online ads, but should also last many years. We also wrote far more content for their website, making it easier to find in search results and easier for consumers to understand their packing process and services.
Result: The result is a professional site that confirms what people hear about Magellan and its techniques: a trustworthy moving and packing service.
“Myra and her team upgraded our business with a redesigned website and logo,” said Steve Schafer of Magellan. “They worked with us every step of the way with communication and listening to our ideas. I would definitely recommend Print and Web Designer to help your business grow."
Contact us if you’re ready to make your business website match its methods.
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We don't make what we do complicated, we just do it ...
and do it well.
Being in the design business for over 30 years, we've used many kinds of software and hardware, from Microsoft Publisher to Indesign. The freeware NVU to Joomla. From the old typesetting machines to a full-blown four-color press. This isn't complicated. Just as a mechanic uses the basic tools with a few exceptions, so do we.