Bold images. Pops of color. Dynamic type. These are hallmarks of good design, but great websites don’t just look good, they function well.
We believe everything on the page is in service of the user experience.
A sampling of websites designed by Merry Alderman Design
Their website was woefully out of date and Merry Alderman Design modernized the layout, look and navigation while preserving and highlighting the history of well-respected organization.
DC WISE | Empowering Women
DC Wise came to us looking for a new website, but their logo was woefully out of date. We worked together to quickly rebrand the organization with a new logo (and website) that better demonstrated the powerful work they were doing.
EPIC | Michigan State University
EPIC is a research center devoted to the idea that rigorous evidence can improve education policy, and, ultimately, students’ lives. Using cutting-edge methods, EPIC creates actionable research to aid the implementation of new policy.
None of that was making an impact with an out-of-date logo and a lack-luster web-presence.
Washington International Pediatrics
Some of our favorite projects are the smallest ones. We worked closely with Dr. Sabine de la Croix as she grew her individual pediatric practice from the ground up. We create a suite of materials for the young business, most important of which was how to make her first impression with her website.
Matt & Heather | DC Realtors
Merry Alderman Design has been working with DC real estate agents Matt McHugh and Heather Davenport for more than 10 years. Their first website was one of the first we ever designed in 2005 – and we were thrilled they trusted us to redesign their latest one.
5e | Strategic communications
5e is a nimble communications, marketing and branding firm that blends what you do, what your audience thinks and what we know into ideas and experiences that make a difference.
Merry Alderman Design created a logo, website and overall look for our frequent collaborator and in-house strategy and communications guru.