Foremost Media Launches New Website

Updated online presence showcases customizable website features and functionality

Janesville, Wis. – Foremost Media, Inc., a Janesville website development company, launched its redesigned website this week. The updated version of www.foremostmedia.com reflects new company logo and branding colors, and it serves as a professional showpiece to demonstrate website features to current and prospective clients.

In addition to new graphics and logo, the just-launched website has an updated client portfolio that features several industry categories of current projects completed by Foremost Media. There are over 70 projects on display that serve as starting places for new clients to glean ideas for new development or redesign projects.

The new website’s improved navigation is based on recommendations from the Foremost Media Online Marketing department. Team members gathered user habits from Google Analytics and determined the layout of the navigation links based on the order that users look for content. Art Director, Stephen Cardwell explains, “The Foremost Media online marketing department studied the site structure of our previous website to learn how visitors were moving around it. We used that information to improve the site’s navigation specifically for the way our visitors will use it.”

While most of the content remains the same as the previous version, the new website includes some additions that better express the company culture. For instance, the videos and photos visible in the background of the home page feature Foremost Media employees and actual works in progress.

The company’s website launch precedes Foremost Media’s plans to relocate to its new office space in downtown Janesville this month.

About Foremost Media, Inc.

Foremost Media, Inc. (www.foremostmedia.com) is a website design and online marketing firm in Janesville, Wisconsin. Foremost Media, Inc. has developed thousands of successful websites, apps, and search engine marketing programs for a variety of businesses from start-up companies to large corporations.

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