July 2020 Newsletter

July 9, 2020

Our July newsletter is our first one in a good, long while.  Hopefully, it was the worth the wait!  We look at some recent launches for a few nonprofit, law firm web design, and corporate clients.  We also look back to our beginning of the year predictions around the trends in web design for 2020 and more.  We hope you enjoy.  If you do, you can check out our archives of past NMC newsletters and if you're not on our list, you can subscribe here.

JULY 2020

Hello Friends!

Our regular monthly newsletter took a hiatus for the past few years (we know you missed us), and we're getting it back off the ground.  These newsletters will be sent monthly and feature some highlighted recent work, blog posts, and news, which you'll find below this intro.  We hope that you're excited to be on the receiving end, but we absolutely understand if you're not, and please feel free to unsubscribe.

Needless to say, we’ve been busy over this period! Since you last heard from us, our team has expanded, we've launched a lot of exciting work, published dozens of articles, and even refreshed our own site. We’re thrilled to be growing, both within our team and in the scale and reach of our projects. 

Additionally, we wanted to say that we hope you all are staying safe and well during these difficult times.  We have found true satisfaction and joy in being able to put our skills and resources to work, helping clients do good in battling both the crises of COVID and racial injustice gripping our nation; we're sad it has reached this point, but we're proud to contribute our (very) small part toward needed progress.

Below you’ll find some highlighted sites along with a few of our favorite recent blog posts. We're excited to make these more regular and hope you'll join us for the ride.  Enjoy, and don’t hesitate to get in touch – we’d love to hear from you!


NC Electric Cooperatives

The North Carolina Electric Cooperatives are a group of 26 not-for-profit organizations that implement energy solutions and manage power for communities across the state. To show off the group’s dynamic mission and local focus, we worked together with their team to build a website that includes ambient video, fun animated icons, and sleek, modern design.  In addition to the main site, we've also partnered with them on a number of microsites, which we detail in our case study.


MiracleFeet is an international nonprofit that works around the world to provide medical care for children born with clubfoot. Their new site features a bold image-driven design, vibrant colors, and neat features like custom forms and an interactive map. In addition to checking out the site, you can read our case about the process of transforming the organization's digital identity.

Young Moore Attorneys

Young Moore is a leading North Carolina law firm that came to us for a complete redesign of their logo and brand, visual identity, website, and ongoing SEO and digital marketing efforts. After an in-depth discovery process, we developed a concept that captures the firm’s modern aesthetic and problem-solving mindset. Read more about the full project in our case study.

The Andrew Goodman Foundation
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Ragsdale Liggett Law Firm
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Duke's Preston Robert Tisch Brain Tumor Center
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2020 Web Design Trends

This year has been anything but ordinary, but we’ve enjoyed reflecting on our initial design forecast and taking a closer look at how these trends have shaped our experiences in an increasingly digital world.


Trends in eCommerce Web Design

Online shopping is undeniably here to stay. In this post, we take a look at how retailers are leveraging detailed product pages to educate shoppers while encouraging purchases.


What to do to Get Ready for a Web Design Project

Over the years, our How to Write a Great Request for Proposal post has become one of our most popular resources. To build on its success, we’ve followed up with a guide that walks through the next steps of the web design process. 

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