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Leaselabs Client Video Series: Episode 1 Banner Property Management

Posted by Chris Sumida on Feb 23, 2017 7:28:58 AM


Our team of strategists and creatives have heard just about every client request during the branding process, and that's exactly what we want. Without a dialogue between teams, questions are not asked, and valuable conversations don't occur. We explore your business goals, ask questions that strike valuable conversations, and guide the creative decision-making process so your branding project comes to life.

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Topics: Websites, Branding, Client Video Series

Lincoln Property Company Corporate Website

Posted by Chris Sumida on Dec 12, 2016 9:00:00 AM


When Lincoln Property Company approached LeaseLabs, their existing corporate website was in need of a complete design overhaul and brand refresh. Their team aimed to eliminate corporate clichés from their site, while remaining professional and sophisticated. In order to achieve Lincoln’s creative goals, our team sought influence from brands outside the multifamily industry.

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Topics: Websites

6 Must See Apartment Websites

Posted by Chris Sumida on Nov 9, 2016 1:03:23 AM


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Topics: Websites

Wasatch Premier Communities Website Refresh

Posted by Chris Sumida on Oct 5, 2016 10:00:23 AM


Wasatch Premier Communities approached LeaseLabs in October 2015 for their third consecutive redesign of their corporate website and portfolio of property websites. As a longstanding client, our team knows inside and out and ready for the challenge of creating a cutting edge site. After kickoff, both the LeaseLabs team and the Wasatch marketing team established the following goals for the website’s design and performance:

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Topics: Websites

Five Sad Truths About Building a Website on Wordpress

Posted by Mark Ham on Sep 19, 2016 9:00:14 AM


While WordPress remains one of the most common content management systems (CMS) available, it may not always be the best option for your website. Starting out as a basic blog platform, WordPress was championed as one of the best free open-source content management systems. Recent data suggests that WordPress is now the CMS of choice for over 25% of all sites online today. Despite its widespread acceptance, there are some clear disadvantages inherent within WordPress. Today, we dive into five of those disadvantages and what they might mean when choosing a CMS.

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Topics: Websites