Civil Litigation Blog Design by Law Promo

Categories: Lawyer Blog Posts.

Here at Law Promo, we’re big advocates for blogging and the benefits that come with it, which is why we’re always excited when we get to post about our latest blog designs. Click the link below to find out more on the blog design featured above. When it comes to designing a blog for our attorney web design clients, the most important factor is presentation and fluidity. Do the designs complement each other? Is there a stark contrast between both designs? How is the content presented? Is it easily accessible? How is the blog organized? Can visitors find old content easily?

Since your blog is an extension of your attorney website, it’s important to design something that would complement the original design and not deviate drastically. You don’t want visitors to get confused by a drastic design change, so blog designs should emulate the same style of your attorney website design.

Featured above, we’ve designed the Travis & Travis Civil Litigation blog to reflect their attorney web design. Our design team incorporated a minimalistic style approach by simply focusing on the color scheme and layout. The top banner features our client’s firm name along with their contact information. The menu bar below the banner displays links to the firm website, firm profile page, firm blog page, and the firm’s contact page.

To the right side of the blog, we’ve added widgets to make navigating the blog much easier. The widgets feature a search bar function, a recent posts section, a calendar, and our client’s different blog categories. New content is featured in chronological order starting from the latest updates. Blog titles are highlighted in blue.

The Travis & Travis Blog focuses on civil litigation and offers insight to General Transaction and business advice. Travis & Travis is located in San Francisco, providing quality legal services to small businesses and individuals. To learn more about general transaction and civil litigation, we invite you to check out the Travis & Travis Civil Litigation Blog.