Manhattan Beach, CA, January 15, 2015 -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- Web Design Agency Isadora Design is excited to announce the release of its newly redesigned website. The new website features a brand new look and feel with updated information, custom animation, robust work detail pages, responsive web design and a detailed discuss a project page.
“As Isadora Design continues to expand nationwide through innovative website solutions specializing in custom business websites, eCommerce, branding and identity, responsive layout, and professional management services, the need to create a more interactive and informative website was essential to align business value propositions with our growth strategy,” said Alex Mathias, Senior Vice President. “Our new website features a dramatic homepage and highly engaging content that is reflective of the evolution of our web design agency, is user friendly, and has been optimized for tablets and mobile devices.”
Isadora Design is well known in the web design community as an industry leader in handcrafted web design and development. As part of its growth strategy, Isadora Design is expanding its U.S. operations to support an expanded service offering to focus on strategic website creation and long term management solutions for its clients that is complimentary to its traditional website design and development services.
Alex Mathias, who has worked in the website design industry the last 6 years, is located in the Manhattan Beach, CA office and can be contacted at (310) 560-4675 or Alex@IsadoraDesign.com
Isadora Design invites you to view the new website and email, to learn more about its growing web design agency.
Web Design Agency Isadora Design (www.IsadoraDesign.com) is recognized as a leader in handcrafted web design and development. Providing highly custom and innovative web solutions and specializing in strategic collaboration, branding and identity, eCommerce, and responsive web design. The agency’s Headquarters is located in Manhattan Beach, California.
Contact-Details: Alex Mathias