Web Development Services

 

Web sites for marketing, engagement, and communication

We offer a spectrum of professional web site services to help market projects or communicate ideas in ways that are both functional and engaging. Our Communications team is experienced in creating site concepts and design, organizational wireframes, compelling graphics, and to-the-point marketing copy.

Efficient site development tailored to the project. Often, a member of our communications team is already involved in other areas of our client’s larger project, so can bring a ready understanding of that project’s marketing communication goals, target audiences, and messaging needs. This also helps ensure materials are developed efficiently from the start without need to recreate or reconfigure them for the web. Our communications team may also consult with professional site coders to ensure the site loads quickly, integrates up-to-date security and data tracking platforms, and is cross-browser and multi-platform compatible.

Examples of our web site work. Some of the turnkey web sites we have created for our clients include:

  • Village of Mazomanie: A multifunction visitor-, resident- and business-targeted web site, plus community positioning and logo, all developed as part of an economic development and downtown redevelopment strategy. www.villageofmazomaniewi.gov
  • Alliant Energy Center Campus Master Plan Vision: a county-hosted web site compiled and maintained by V&A that provides the latest news, events and information about the master plan visioning process for the county’s conference and convening center, and outlines an economic opportunity visionin for create a destination district of the the surrounding area. https://aecstudy.countyofdane.com/
  • Pretzel City Kitchens: a local foods incubator and commercial kitchen. Project included web site, naming, identity and logo development: pretzelcitykitchens.org
  • Rawleigh Complex: Site presenting vision and redevelopment concepts for the former Rawleigh industrial site in the City of Freeport: http://www.rawleighrenew.com/
  • Midwestern Governors Association: midwesterngovernors.org

Other sites (no longer active) include:

    • Freeport Station: a federal funding grant submission for a new train station in Freeport, Illinois: freeportstation.us (no longer active)
    • Freeport Riverfront: freeportforward.org (no longer active)
    • Central Wisconsin Applied Research and Business Park: a vision for the redevelopment of Port Edwards’ former paper mill, along with real estate information for potential developers and tenants: cwarbp.com (no longer active)