At Richmond Media, we specialize in branded business websites, with an emphasis on content management, social media and search engine optimization. We blend web presence with other digital media for brand cohesion. We are also experts at rebuilding older sites.
Richmond Media has been creating websites for small business for over 10 years. We offer affordable content management web design featuring WordPress, e-commerce, search engine optimization, and social media.
We feature automatic database backups, embedded Google Maps, embedded video and more, with no interest time payments. In addition, every new website we build comes with a fully functional mobile version. Even our budget sites.
Ironbridge Sports Park is one of the largest sports parks in the Richmond, VA area. We built them a website big enough to show off their property. A large Home page slider with Ken Burns effect, pages for each attraction with large tiled Galleries, forms for special events, a park map, and an embedded location map are just a few of this website’s many features.
Roomers is a delightfully quirky interior design shop in Henrico, Virginia. We created a very colorful theme to highlight the look of their store. The Home and Products pages are image based instead of text based, so clients can easily navigate their selection of product categories.
Eight product category pages are a blend of text, images and image galleries.
First United Methodist Church of Hampton, VA has a large congregation with many needs, and a large website. We created a new WordPress content management system and upgraded all images and other media. we also updated all of the text content to fit the modern design and the mobile version of the site.
Moore Sign Corporation is a large commercial sign company in Chester, VA. The site includes many high resolution galleries of their work, custom head tag graphics to give the products an individualized look, and a gallery of their Potomac Mills sign, at the time, the largest flexible face sign in the world.
We gave the site a resizable collage of images in addition to setting up all of their ministries and outreach programs.
Neptuna Fishing Charters is a Key west charter service that lost control of their own old WordPress website. We were able to create a completely rebuilt site without the benefit of hosting or FTP logins.
The site features a page about local fish, an online booking form, and ages about the charter and the boat.
Splash Bath & Body Bars is a small e-commerce site specializing in handmade soaps and accessories. generally these kinds of sites don’t work very well, but in this case there is a nice slant to the products, in that they include phthalate free and vegan products.
The site will grow over time as she adds more products.
We gave them a budget website that works for both of their office locations, describes the various programs, and encourages potential clients to contact them with questions..
Explore Hilton Village Is both a historical resource and a business directory for the Hilton Village area in Newport News, VA. Features include full screen galleries of rare photographs of the construction of Hilton Village, articles about the area and an extensive, searchable database of local businesses.
Terry Dentistry is a budget site for a South Chesterfield County dentistry practice. Featuring embedded video, information about dental care, practice info and a short Appointment form, the website also has a header slideshow.
Like all of our websites, automatic backups and extra security is included.
GoodBuy Vacations is transitioning from renting vacation resort timeshare properties to becoming a full service travel agency. We created a different kind of Home page, without a lot of text, to draw site visitors into the site with a rich, colorful design.
The aim of the site is to collect contacts, and we use a system of request forms to get this done.
Endless Escapes is a companion site to GoodBuy Vacations as they transition to a travel agency with multiple services. The older timeshare content remains, but isn’t featured as much as the newer services they offer.
We use the same strategy of request forms that we used on the GoodBuy Vacations website.
These sites often contain features duplicated elsewhere on this page. You can tell which ones are older by looking at the page width, which is wider for newer websites.
Why are we showing older websites? We want to demonstrate that our websites age well, and still function for our clients long after they are created.