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WEBSITE

OVERVIEW

Why they came to us: The team at Wyatt Seating had a 70+ page website that was not user friendly, included multiple redirects, and was very slow. The entire team knew they needed an upgrade and thought about doing it in house, but knew they wanted outside consulting and also needed it done in a tight timeframe. During the client’s first meeting, we determined the path. With a UX flow, initial wireframes, and design early in the process, we knew we could quickly gain a great understanding of what the client wanted in their website, and how to increase their conversion rates.

APPROACH

What we did to help: Our website process started with the company’s story: who they are, what they stand for, and how they help people. We then created a UX flow and wireframes to analyze who is coming to the website and how we can encourage users to convert. The design process brought engaging visuals to the website, and our team delivered a developed version of the website within 4 weeks, roughly 66% faster than our typical timeline for a project this size. Sending the website live was the best part — and awaiting massive results!

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Google Reviews

Alexander GilpinAlexander Gilpin
14:46 23 Nov 22
When the company I work for was looking for some help with our local SEO and website revamp, I suggested Padula Media. I had heard good things around the community about this organization so I decided to reach out. From the start Thomas, the owner has been extremely helpful, transparent, and able to break down everything we would need to do and as to why. He explained everything to us in great detail and told us what we wouldn’t need either. Even before he has our business he has been the quickest to respond to inquiries, and the most expedient in delivering a quote despite being a very busy agency. He has by far been the most helpful and friendly agency whenever additional issues arose during the initial process. He even emailed us local networking events since we had mentioned an interest in getting our company more involved in the local West Chester community! Looking forward to doing business with this agency soon! Thanks Tom!
SJ Digital SolutionsSJ Digital Solutions
18:35 21 Nov 22
Padula Media were the first we thought of when we wanted to get a branding photoshoot done for our company. Thomas & Owen provided a flawless experience from first touch to delivery. They were quick to respond and did quality work. On-site Owen had great attention to detail, made sure we had a variety of shots and lighting, and helped me perfect the setup of my home office. He even captured some photos of our pup that we will cherish for a lifetime! I really loved that he frequently asked if I liked the pictures and if there was anything I wanted to adjust as we went through the day. Coming from someone who hates seeing pictures of themself, I love the way these turned out. We highly recommend Padula Media and will work with them again ourselves.
Andrew GreavesAndrew Greaves
16:23 31 Oct 22
I’m so grateful for Padula Media! The works they have done for us is PHENOMENAL! Thomas has done an amazing job building this company from the ground up. Keep up the great work Padula Media!
Rachel MaristchRachel Maristch
15:07 27 Sep 22
Padula Media re-built my website on Shopify and knocked it out of the park to say the least! I am beyond thrilled with not only how the end result came out but how easy and quick the entire process was. Thomas was in communication with me nearly every day to let me know where in the process we were. I would highly recommend anyone in need of a new website to reach out to Thomas and his team!
Rich MurrayRich Murray
05:13 27 Sep 22
Padula Media designed the website and logo for our company's main branding and also helped us with a special sales / marketing project for a new sub-brand. The team at Padula Media are innovative and were really committed to the success of our projects. Thanks guys!
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