Eclipse launches new website design service for law firms

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5 September 2011


Legal Futures Associate Eclipse Legal Systems – a leading provider of case management software – has launched a new website design service for law firms and legal services organisations.

Aimed at firms wishing to implement a new – or improve an existing – online presence, Eclipse’s ‘Dynamic Webdesign’ service is built around a content management system (CMS) to provide unrivalled flexibility and fluidity. Eclipse employs its own web design function entirely in-house, with no element of the service outsourced.

The Dynamic Webdesign service includes:

  • A website based upon a range of core templates, but fully designed around the client’s bespoke branding and corporate message;
  • A powerful CMS at the core, enabling clients to create and amend their own content, pages, blogs and news items;
  • Google-friendly build principles, to facilitate clients’ further search engine optimisation and Adwords strategies; and
  • Optional tools such as office locators, maps, and calculators (e.g. for providing conveyancing quotes).

Russell Thomson, chief business executive at Eclipse, said: “Our web design service has been created in response to the sheer volume of firms we were talking to who were asking us if we knew how they could expand their online presence.

“In particular, new start-up organisations are desperate to generate an online presence but find it increasingly difficult to find reliable and cost-effective design partners. Our service delivers speed, low ongoing ownership costs, and maximum flexibility via a blissfully easy to use CMS.”



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