Earlier this week Nashville Interactive launched a new website design for Petersen Insurance Specialties. The site utilizes WordPress for website development. Logo design was also part of the project.
NashvilleInteractive.com has been redesigned! If you’ve been to the site before, you may notice that the look is actually similar to the last version (background image mostly) but the site is much more user friendly and has expanded to better represent where NI has been in the last year and also where we’re headed.
This past weekend, Nashville Interactive launched SpenshaOnline.com; the online home of inspirational musical artist Spensha Baker. The website design and development was handled completely by Nashville Interactive and involved an open source content management system for flexibility.
The Nashville Interactive designed and developed scripture-lullabies.com has officially launched! This was a great project to work on. The site design is one that definitely made the web design portfolio and the development portion of the project is a perfect example of how open-source software allows for all the power and flexibility of a proprietary CMS.
Nashville Interactive recently completed a custom Flash design project for the world-renown Gaylord Entertainment. The end product was a completely customizable experience.
Nashville Interactive is proud to announce that we’ve developed and re-launched richardmarx.com. The Richard Marx camp was in need of a new provider for website design and development services and Nashville Interactive is flattered to be able to help.
Generally, where web design and development are concerned, there seems to be a common view that larger web design firms and agencies can provide much better service than smaller shops and individual web designers. I’m here to dispel that myth.