by Monte Persinger | Kansas City Web Design |

IDP launched a new web site for Lauber Municipal Law Firm.  You can visit the site at  The client wanted to upgrade their old web site from a GoDaddy template site to a new responsive custom web design.  The Kansas City web design project was a simple responsive HTML project.  The client needed a professional web design and web layout for a simple static website.  No CMS software or advanced programming was required.  The web design project turned out great!  We do a lot of advanced web sites that take a long time to develop so it is fun to take on a smaller project and develop an elegant, responsive, basic web site.  The nice thing about simple, static HTML web sites is that they can be really lightweight and responsive.  I really like how this one turned out on Mobile and tablet.  It loads super fast, which has become crucial for search engine optimization.


Web Design Project Details

IDP was responsible for the graphic design, website mockups, responsive web development, HTML and CSS development, bootstrap template development, web page development, web hosting and email hosting.  On projects like this we develop the home page first, based on an approved graphic design mockup, then we build out all of the pages.  We work with the client to develop pages and add content.  The web sites are built on the responsive bootstrap framework which allows our web developers to create a responsive site that looks great on desktop, mobile and tablets.  We do not use any pre-made templates.  Our developers look at an approved graphic design image and build a custom web design template based on the mockup.  As the pages are developed we test them in different web browsers, tablets and phones.  Responsive sites need a lot of tweaking to achieve a nice layout on all devices.  It takes a lot of time, effort and TLC. We love all of our Kansas City web design projects!

Contact IDP today for a web design quote.  We would love to build your next website.

KC Web Design for Lauber Municipal was last modified: November 26th, 2014 by Monte Persinger
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