Case Study BBV Legal
Bowen Buchbinder Vilensky Lawyers have assisted Perth families and businesses for 30 years, and were the first law firm in Perth to offer a fixed fee pricing model, ensuring pricing certainty for their clients.
Bowen Buchbinder Vilensky Lawyers (BBV Legal) are one of Western Australia’s most respected and innovative law firms, delivering fixed fee legal advice and solutions across a wide range of legal practice areas, from commercial to family law, and wills and estates. The BBV Legal management team engaged Bloom Digital to redesign and develop their website, with their desired outcomes being to modernise their website design and delivery, making it easy for visitors to find relevant information in order to learn about their legal services and convert to enquiries, as well as easily including all of their previous website legal information, whilst ensuring we maintain the integrity of their brand and service offering. By utilising clever design principles and calls to action, we incorporated the nostalgic legal fraternity and BBV Legal branding burgundy tones, whilst also incorporating gold and grey tones throughout the website, in order to create a calm and organised atmosphere for website visitors. Legal website visitors are typically stressed with an issue they need resolved, therefore incorporating a calm and organised design was an important aspect of the overall website design criteria. The overall impact we achieved was an easy to navigate website, with little effort required by the very busy BBV Legal team. We also set up the website and page structure for search engine optimisation, which has resulted in increased traffic and conversions. Our Perth SEO Agency is very proud of these amazing results!
Our Client’s Reaction
“Sara and her team completely transformed our website. From the initial concept, through to the design element and content, it was so easy, fun and very reasonably priced. Bloom Digital are the masters of websites and marketing and we could not recommend them more highly“