Fresh out of the gates this week comes a sleek website that was one of our tailored website designs. Freedom House Church was looking for a custom website design that would benefit their church. They had a great logo and branding to work with, which made their production process a smooth one.
“Working with REACHRIGHT was one of the best decisions we have made in our rebranding and marketing campaign. They are incredibly knowledgeable in their field, but also cater to ministry and truly have a heart to help the local church. Every step of the design process was painless and expedient. We couldn’t be happier with our outcome and I personally would highly recommend REACHRIGHT to any and all churches looking to outsource their web design process.” Blake Adams, Executive Pastor
Our Tailored website packages include custom branded graphics, mobile responsive theme, tailored color palate, logo placement, custom fonts, main graphic slider, main page set up and content set up, unlimited sermon streaming, photo galleries, event calendars, forms and more! Some of our clients that are looking for the non-cookie cutter websites, but may not be able to attain the full custom work, can have this great option to still get the look and design they want for their church.
Custom Color Pallet
Our design team loved the rich tones that Freedom House had to work with already. Matching colors and editing images based on those colors ties the entire website together. Carrying over onto each and every page, choosing your color pallet can greatly help with the overall appeal of your website. Using bold colors blended together with accents and neutrals can make a show-stopping page even if you may or may not have tons of content to mix in there.
We can never stress this part of a website enough. We have all seen them – eye-catching advertising, websites and other marketing materials. And we have seen the opposite – and most likely you kept scrolling or didn’t bother to stop long enough to know what was being offered. Visuals are the grab, and when we talk to our clients about the photography, it is important for them to understand just how big of a deal they can and should be.
The images that you want to put on your website should be of your personal church. This allows people to see exactly what you look like as a place. What kind of people attend, what does an average church day look like? What ages of people are the majority of your members? Etc. Using stock photos can be a must if you don’t have access to a good photographer, but the images that are chosen still need to portray what you look like.
Having a brand for your church helps bring everything together. Good logo and marketing can be huge for a church to gain the momentum of gathering more members/visitors and getting more of their current members involved. We see all types of logos and brands out there. Investing in your brand is well worth it.
If you would like REACHRIGHT to give your current website a review and see how your branding and website content is working for your site, get in touch with us HERE. One of our team members will be in touch and would love to see if we can help you reach your highest potential using our design skills and expertise in the industry.