How did we refresh lawyers Krzyżowska web page, making it more modern and transparent, indirectly increasing the amount of her clients? Find out below!

Transparent, elegant, credible!
We conducted the case of this web page with great commitment.

Our main goal when creating a new website for AliantLaw was to present the law firm as a professional, credible, serious, but also a client-friendly company. Which is why not only did we take care of an elegant graphic design, but also out UX team put themselves into shoes of a potential client, looking for legal help.

We simplified the page, making it clean, transparent and uncluttered. Thanks to that, moving around it will not only cause no problem, it will be even pleasant! By creating an easy-to-use CMS (Content Management System) we also made sure that the page was easily editable at any given moment.

Elaborate list of services
How do you not get lost in all of these codes?!

The new web page of Aliant Law is equipped with an easy to find and clear list of all the services offered by the law firm.

We also took care of the RWD (Responsive Web Design), allowing the page to be easily and quickly accessed from any mobile devices, such as smartphones. Thanks to that, their client will be able to find his problem on the list and ask for help at any time and in any situation!

And that's what it's all about, right?


Building a website that contains so much information while making it easy to use, is a big challenge. We are proud to have done it!

Dariusz Kostusiak, CEO, Iguana Studio

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