Crowell Memorial Home in Blair, Neb., is a newer web hosting client with JM. After many years without a content management system and a very basic website design, Crowell decided to update their website design, implement a content management system (CMS) and take advantage of responsive technology.
Webster Well Services, out of Morse Bluff, needed an updated design and a website platform that would be friendly for the search engines. After many years of using a website that was not easily updatable and did not provide an easy avenue to see search engine optimization (SEO) success, Webster Well’s new website is built on a WordPress content management system – which helps with both.
Our website design and development team is excited to announce the launch of a new website for Omaha Federal Credit Union. When it comes to banking, there are many choices in Omaha; and in order to stand out, Omaha FCU needed to update their website design and website functionality to stay relevant in the online marketplace.
Spikers Volleyball in Gretna, Neb., has been a long-time client of JM. For many years we have maintained its website, managed its email marketing and provided it with basic design needs. Recently, Spikers came under new ownership, and with this new ownership JM created a new website design.
Designer Dan Svoboda took some time off from designing websites to sketch this comic and asked JM’s Facebook users suggest a caption. Of all the responses, here’s what he chose. Thanks Chelsea Shearer for a great response!
Last week JM’s designer, Dan Svoboda and I – Account Manager, Stephanie Effken – decided to go on a downtown/midtown Omaha restaurant tour. Since most of our day is spent critiquing websites, we figured we could channel that same energy toward food.
Our week consisted of the following stops:
Monday: Twisted Fork
Tuesday: Saigon Surface
Wednesday: Blanc Burger + Bottles
Friday: M’s Pub
So, since we’re being critical, here’s the rundown on each stop.
JM recently launched a new website for a new company – Business Navigational Solutions (BNS). Owner, Christian Olson, is an Omaha native who decided to partner his passion for traveling with his business savvy in order to help close the cultural gap for businesses who are interested in marketing overseas.