Divorce Docs Non-Attorney Divorce Service Saves Money and Hassle

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Divorce Docs re-launches website to serve Northwest Florida with peaceful divorce solutions.

February 4, 2014 – Santa Rosa Beach, FL – Divorce Docs LLC (www.divorcedocs.net) announced the re-launch of their corporate website to provide easy online access to information about peaceful divorce solutions, divorce mediation and legal document preparation for clients throughout Florida.

Traditional divorces that utilize lawyers and go through the court system ...

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Good Design is a Collaborative Effort

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We’ve often said (and we really mean it!) that UBU prefers to work as an extension of our clients’ marketing departments. The main difference between building a website and building a brand is the long-term mindset. You have to be invested in the success of your project – not just in the launch of a pretty website, but in reaching the target audience on ...

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What Do You Do With Just a Logo?

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When we first talked with Rickochet Entertainment about their website design and online marketing needs, we asked them to provide any materials that they currently used to promote their business, either offline or online. It turns out that a digital logo design was the extent of their marketing – with the bulk of their business being generated from ...

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A Facelift for the Ministry

The UBU team is happy to announce the launch of a redesigned website for Texas non-profit Jill Monaco Ministries (http://www.jillmonaco.com). The redesigned site maintains the popular “A Grace Journey” blog, but also adds space for a new online webzine (Single Matters Magazine) to be launched in April 2013.

The main goal for the redesign was to brighten up the site, but this seemingly simple task morphed into a new logo design for the ministry, plus an overhaul of “look and ...

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UBU Enterprises Revamps Website

UBU Enterprises Revamps Website

There is an old adage that “the shoemaker’s children go barefoot.”

Alas, this rings true for the designers at UBU too. We have been far too busy working corporate accounts for the last decade, and our company website has been languishing in the realm of 780 pixel width and stagnant design. While we have been creating modern, responsive, ...

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