Website Development

First Presbyterian Church of Waynesburg

  • December 5, 2019

The First Presbyterian Church of Waynesburg can to Laick Design as they were looking to update page content and implement a “giving” component to their site. We were able to work with their banking company to implement a Giving page along with a whole section on Giving and how to give to the various ministries in the church. 

We were also able to integrate sliders on the homepage of the site which link to the ministries or special events taking place within the church. With the congregation skewing to an older demographic, the font size for this site was increased for better view-ability and detailed instructions were listed for the online giving component to the site.

The new site is easily updatable by the client and meets the needs and wants that they set out for in an online presence.

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LaMay Property Development Thank You Cards

  • December 2, 2019

Last week we celebrated Thanksgiving. A way to reflect and be thankful for the things in our life. In business we sometimes overlook those who make us successful. Working with…

Logo Design

Ace Estates Roofing & Exteriors

  • October 23, 2019

Ace Estates Roofing & Exteriors recently contacted Laick Design about developing a new look for their company. The company was going through a re-branding and a new name and needed…

Website Development

Time Savers Morgantown

  • October 17, 2019

Time Savers with locations in Waynesburg and Morgantown, W.Va. recently launched their new website for their Morgantown location. This new website has a new look, feel and ability to adapt…

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Hranec Mechanical Mighty Mount Catalog

  • October 11, 2019

Looking to launch a new product line, Hranec Mechanical Contractors enlisted Laick Design to develop a new catalog for their Mighty Mount product. This catalog is full color and features…

Logo Design

Celene’s Angels

  • October 3, 2019

With October being breast cancer awareness month the logo for Celene’s Angels seems appropriate. Laick Design was contacted months ago about doing a logo for a local organization looking to…