Dunning Rievman & MacDonald retained DLS to create the third in a series of websites needed as the firm evolved, this time by adding new partners when merging with another. With each new version, we enhanced certain functions, for instance a more robust news section featuring different types of pages, search function, and push of … Read more
DLS Design creates vibrant websites which become the centerpieces of our clients' branding. We design striking, classic and clear web pages. And, we originate our websites' thematic direction and craft language to express it.
DLS builds exclusively on the WordPress platform, and we have a decade of demonstrated mastery of design customization. All websites are secure, using SSL certificates, tested for ADA compliance and mobile responsiveness, and are search-engine optimized. We continually monitor all websites, and the servers and firewalls on which they run; back up using redundant schedules and locations; act upon safety alerts from the major WordPress security applications; and apply updates to plugins and themes as soon as they become available, and verified to be safe.
DLS designed and built the new website for the Lauro Law Firm, replacing our prior WordPress implementation from 2015. In the interim, the platform changed significantly, and design in general had evolved. The new site keeps the firm’s long-term branding, and red-white-black color theme, but beaks out of a 1200-pixel box to fill even the … Read more
Peter Cane is a litigator representing clients in creative fields, entrepreneurs, large investors and high-profile public companies – or sometimes opposing them. DLS Design worked through several iterations and sets of images to pare away distracting ornamentation, leading to a hard-hitting black and white statement.
This summer DLS Design completed the website for Ruel Ruel Burns & Britt, a Hartford, Connecticut firm with a dual focus on matrimonial and criminal law. We decided a metaphoric approach would convey the fraught nature of these practice areas, and overlayed opening statements in front of video of waves hitting a rocky shore. The … Read more
Spinning off from a prominent, old-line firm in New York, Elliott Kwok Levine & Jaroslaw sought distinctive branding, with their website as the first step. Within a few weeks, DLS Design created the new litigation boutique’s logo, then launched the full website in just 60 days. We created email blasts marking the firm’s opening and … Read more
Criminal defense attorney Jason Goldman contacted DLS Design to create his debut website when leaving a prestigious litigation boutique to start his own firm. We created a crisp, side-by-side style homepage, selecting this dramatic shot from Jason’s extensive image library, and built out a large number of pages where Jason describes multiple criminal-related practices in … Read more
With the start of 2022, DLS Design just completed the new site for Weiner Millo Morgan & Bonanno, a general business and litigation boutique. The site is a nice reset for the firm, graphically and operationally. Of the designs we proposed, the firm picked this one with warmer colors, aggressive typography and a homepage slideshow; … Read more
Trachtenberg & Arena is a new New York litigation boutique spun out from another local firm. DLS Design used a narrow, almost chromatic approach to the color scheme with variations on several design motifs including blue-on-blue scenic photos, T-shaped accents below headlines and white pinstripes on a 45° angle. We created the firm logo and … Read more
DLS Design recently completed the new website for Faber Eubanks, a Long Island boutique firm handling employment and executive compensation. This is the third website we have designed for the firm. Readers of this website will notice we say this often. Many of the clients here are on their second and even third designs by … Read more
DLS Design welcomed the return of the Law Office of Peter G. Goodman after being served by one of the big-name law firm marketers. We restored a sharper, more customized design, and rewrote the firm’s selling proposition in more direct language. Meeting an eight-week deadline, we pared away redundant content, incorporated professional portrait photography and … Read more
DLS Design created this colorful, content-rich site for Neufeld O’Leary & Giusto. We replaced a previous site, updating an old logo and implementing a completely new design and WordPress build in 60 days, after we reached out to the firm through another client. Over five years of blog posts were imported seamlessly, along with associated … Read more
DLS Design was introduced to Vrountas, Ayer & Chandler by another client. We proceeded to design their website and rebuild it from scratch, taking care to carry over important elements of their original branding, including their logo, a palette of varying shades of purple, and triangular elements. We made the screen larger, updated the font … Read more
DLS completed this website for Resolution Capitol Management, recently formed despite challenging events in Washington D.C. The firm specializes in commercial property management and other real estate advisory services. Resolution is centered in D.C. – hence, the spelling of Capitol with an “o” is intentional. And so is the color palette we chose: red, white … Read more
Great working with our longstanding client, New York criminal litigation boutique The Hoffinger Firm, to create the firm’s new website. The site opens with a nice punch furnished by this spontaneous, in-office photo of partners Susan Hoffinger and Fran Hoffinger. Despite COVID, DLS Design was able to design and implement the full site in a … Read more
Susan Busby was already a decade-long client of DLS Design, when she asked us to rebuild her website. The prior site was made up of stand-alone html pages, and was kept for many years on the strength of its design. But over time, it became a priority to have a platform where the site owner … Read more
In 2020, DLS Design completed a new website for Clayman & Rosenberg, a New York criminal defense firm known for a number of high-profile cases involving prominent figures in politics, business and entertainment accused of very serious crimes. We designed the firm’s initial site and branding years ago, and were delighted by their return as … Read more
This is the fourth website DLS Designed for venerable New York law firm, now known as Goldstein Rikon Rikon & Levi. The firm has been handling eminent domain cases for nearly a century. Their relationship with DLS Design is pretty long, too, having worked together since 2002. Our first sites were built in a simple … Read more
DLS Design created the new website for Kristine Sova, an employment lawyer in New York and New Jersey who focuses on employment law compliance and agreements. Central to this project was moving over more than five years of blog entries from Kristine’s previous website. WordPress handled this seamlessly, retaining all the content, categories, dates and … Read more
This is our third website for Connecticut aviation boutique Paul A. Lange. In this version, DLS Design steps up the variety of content types the firm can publish and archive. Deep, rich blues, and images of aircraft and dramatic skies were used for backdrops. We authored the firm’s tagline, and used line-work showing a segment … Read more
Ain & Bank is a boutique matrimonial law firm operating in Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia. When designing this website, DLS Design also wrote and developed the site’s theme, “Getting from A to B”, meant to reference the way the firm analyzes and moves through a case, and also flagging the firm’s initials, A and … Read more
DLS Design designed and implemented this dynamic website for Rutgers Law School’s Center for Immigration Law, Policy and Justice (CILPJ). The Center explores immigration and citizenship in the US. We created a number of interactive sections where faculty and student-fellows can write and post multimedia content. The organization can post news content as it happens … Read more
DLS Design updated the website for the firm now called Shapiro Arato Bach. This is our third version since 2009, when the firm came together with litigators arriving from national firms and prosecutors’ offices. In 2014 we ported the firm’s website to WordPress, giving them a news-publishing platform that would keep pace with the number … Read more
Marc Agnifilo has handled some of the most complicated and controversial cases of the day. Open almost any newspaper, and you can read about trials involving Marc’s clients. DLS experimented with different designs when we designed Marc’s website, but our path became clear once we received this singular portrait from photographer Alan Radom.
Dense and comprehensive, this website by DLS Design for New York intellectual property firm Gottlieb, Rackman & Reisman is used to publish and manage a steady stream of news about and writing by its intellectual property attorneys. The firm’s attorneys speak and write frequently on IP matters as traditional as clothing, and as new as … Read more
One of Washington DC’s oldest firms wanted a website that didn’t look old. DLS created this clean, modern site for the firm, Grossberg, Yochelson, Fox & Beyda. The site uses a lot of white space, without looking bare or stark. The website, combined with our work creating the firm’s logo, won a 2016 Silver Summit Award … Read more
Attorney Kevin Mintzer handles high-profile employment cases, and DLS has worked with him for a number of years. We redesigned his website, replacing a somewhat cloistered image with a modern look featuring clean typography, generously-scaled news blurbs, mobile responsiveness for phones and tablets, and a direct style. The client now has tools publish news or … Read more