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When Scottsdale based law firm Walker & Peskind wanted to revitalize their website they turned to me to help bring new life to their online presence.

As with many clients these days my first recommendation was to install a content management system to enable easy updates to page content and the site structure.

They came to me with a firm idea for what they wanted their site to look like and so it was quite a quick and easy process designing a prototype and submitting a number of variations. Once the final design was selected it was a case of simply constructing the theme files as the majority of the site content had already been compiled and was sitting waiting to be styled.

This was a pretty standard build with regards to the modules used, the only one that was an extra to what I normally intall for clients was the ability to convert certain pages for download and viewing as PDF's, this was easily accomplished using the Print module combined with the DomPDF Library.

The final design can be viewed on their site at

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