The New KRB Web Services Site
Thank you for visiting the new website for KRB Web Services. I have completely redesigned the site from the ground up to provide easier access to information and more relevant content to existing and prospective clients. In this post I will also lay out plans for the remainder of 2018 and plans for 2019 for KRB.
What’s New With The KRB Web Services Site
Other than the complete redesign from a visual standpoint, I have also added some new features to the KRB Web Services site including more detail surrounding my services and detailed case studies (projects) on sites I have done in the past.
The biggest change to the site is the addition of the blog feature in which I will be adding both new content and curated content. The content will consist of articles, posts, and videos geared towards helping small businesses with their online needs. I will also be using the blog, located under the ‘Latest News‘ menu item, to provide updates on projects I am currently working on.
Plans For KRB – 2018
2018 has already been a busy year for me at KRB Web Services. I completed one new design for a client, a few redesigns and modifications, and a complete overhaul of my hosting services and this website. With that complete, it’s time to look forward to what else is going on this year.
Plans For KRB – 2019
2019 also looks to be a busy year already. Of course, I will continue maintaining my current client sites and taking on new clients, but I already know of a few projects that are in the works.
I will be redesigning a site I built a few years ago for an existing client. The site for Backwoods Decor & Engraving will be undergoing a transition from an e-commerce site to a portfolio site. I will be providing a case study on this transition during the redesign process.
Another project I plan on undertaking next year is the complete overhaul of one of my existing marketing sites. The site, KidsRidez.com, has been a very successful niche marketing site that I built around 5 years ago. While this site has been successful, I have been unable to put the time into it that is needed and as a result, it is out of date and in need of an overhaul. The main goal, aside from design, is to convert the site from displaying products in a post structure to a woo-commerce driven site.