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Weil, Gotshal & Manges | Happy Cog - Web Design & Development
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The Weil, Gotshal & Manges law firm has been practicing for more than 80 years, and is located in 3 continents with 19 offices worldwide. Their practice focuses on litigation, corporate, restructuring, and tax and benefits matters.

Weil’s dynamic visual identity stands out from the likes of its competitors. At the time of our engagement,  Weil’s image had been updated to reflect its unique personality, but the website lacked that bold, contemporary, different experience captured by the recent identity update. This high-energy personality comes from more than just high-contrast photography, a bright palette, and a powerful typeface. A contemporary website experience demands relevant content delivered successfully to any web-enabled device, which Happy Cog addressed through content management and system elasticity.

The new site was designed with four audience goals in mind: reaching out to prospective clients, maintaining relationships with current clients, attracting top-tier talent applications, and surfacing reference content for the firm’s internal audience.

Clients hire Weil because they want a business partner; not just a lawyer. To tell this story, it was most important the new site brought Weil’s people, culture, and impact to the forefront of the user experience. The redesigned site weaves content together to cross-promote narratives by using key statistics, meaningful headings and quotes, employee bios, case studies, and more.

No matter where you live, Weil may be nearby to help.

Experience landing page reinforces that Weil covers far more than what they are primarily known for (Bankruptcy and Restructuring cases).

Designed like an address book, searching through Weil's employees is simple in the alphabetical multi-facet search.

The redesigned focused on cross-promotion of content. To recruit top-tier talent, the careers page told Weil's story with real results and featured current initiatives.

No content is buried on the redesign–Weil's mobile navigation exposes all corners of the site.

Chris Collette describes what it was like working with Happy Cog on the Weil website redesign.

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