Below, I have reviewed three of my favorite law firm websites as well as two of my least favorite.
Best Law Firm Websites
Burke Brown Attorneys' website is very attractive and easy to navigate. The interior pages could use a little work, but the homepage definitely gives you a good first impression. The color scheme is very simple and doesn't distract the user. The hint of orange splashed throughout the site helps to liven it up.
|A screenshot of Burke Brown Attorneys' homepage. View the site.|
Springhouse Solicitors' website is colorful and is easy to navigate. The green color is very inviting and not too overpowering. I also like the simplicity in their website. The user is not flooded with crowded drop-down menus as they hover over the navigation. In addition, each interior page is simple and informative.
|A screenshot of Springhouse Solicitors' homepage. View the site.|
The Law Offices of Stipe & Belote's website has a professional appearance. The colors help create a professional look. The Flash animation is almost a bit much, but it is not too overpowering. They definitely shouldn't add anything else animated on the website.
|A screenshot of The Law Offices of Stipe & Belote's homepage. View the site.|
Worst Law Firm Websites
Brent Buckman's website is very colorful, but not in a good way. I had no idea where to look first on this website. That blinding lime green paragraph? The scrolling title? The counter at the top? The highlighted paragraphs at the bottom? This website could use some professional help and clean up. I was shocked his website still looked like this after appearing on Season 5 of The Apprentice.
|A screenshot of Brent Buckman's homepage. View the site.|
Rachel A. Runnel's website is very interesting, to say the least. When I first opened up this website, I immediately thought I went to the wrong URL. It looks like the introduction to an online game. After looking in the top left corner, I realized I was at the correct URL (unfortunately). What a lion, tiger, and cheetah have to do with an attorney? The world may never know . .
|A screenshot of Rachel A. Runnel's homepage. View the site.|