Our brand new shiny web design office in Kansas City, Missouri opened today! Starting tomorrow the COVID-19 Kansas City Stay at Home order begins…
Rotten luck for us! We were so excited to begin working in our new Kansas City office this week. The good news is we are all still healthy at IDP. Things could be a lot worse. We will work from home and continue our web design, SEO, web hosting and web development services from home.
According to the Stay at Home Order FAQ issued by the Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas our office will remain closed until April 24, 2020. IDP is a web design business and is not considered an essential business as defined by the emergency order. Lucky for us we can do web development at home. A lot of local Kansas City small businesses cannot. Our hearts go out to them and we will continue to support local small businesses in Kansas City any way we can.
The Big Office Migration to Kansas City
We moved our physical office from Lee’s Summit, Missouri to Kansas City, Missouri in January of 2020. However, our new office at 751 East 63rd Street was not finished, so we have been in a Temp space for 3 months. Every day we have been watching the construction of our new office space. Anxiously anticipating the day when we can move in. Now we wait some more. 3 months of waiting already, what is one more month?
The new office turned out great we love it! Someday when the COVID-19 virus has been squashed we would love to have our clients and friends come stop by and visit. April 24th is a Friday so that will be a fun day back!
Web Design during the COVID-19 Outbreak
IDP is a full service web design Kansas City agency. IDP can help you put the web to work for your business.
Now is a great time to review your business website and prepare for the rest of 2020. If you are stuck at home trying to figure out how to improve your business now is the perfect time to review your website marketing and performance. IDP would be happy to work with you and review your current website. We are available via Phone and Email during the COVID-19 lock down.