Custom Website Design for JMR Adjustment Service
- Strategic Website Consultation
- Custom Logo Design
- Custom Responsive Website Design
- Personalized Instructions for Updating Website Content
- Maintenance Plan providing Monitoring, Backups, and Security
Meet our client
JMR Adjustment Service is a company that helps clients deal with insurance claims through a disaster situation, and makes sure that they get the check they deserve and paid for. Licensed in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and Connecticut, JMR Adjustment has individuals who are experienced in analyzing coverage, evaluating damage appraisals and implementing actions designed to achieve the timely processing and resolution of claims.
How we help them succeed
Expanding from Rhode Island into Massachusetts and Connecticut, JMR Adjustment was in need of a website redesign to properly market to a wider customer base and improve their branding. That’s where we come in. Their custom website explains what insurance adjustment is and how it works. To clarify, we added a frequently asked question section, as well as a place to review client testimonials. The benefit of having a uniquely designed website in this line of work is the ability to educate the consumer on the benefits of using an insurance adjustment company when you have an insurance claim.
They wanted the website to be informative, concise and easy to navigate. As public adjusters, they represent the homeowner, who is often intimidated by their insurance company. The home page used an aerial photo of a coastal area, to give the site an upbeat feel rather than showing images of devastation and destruction. Common questions a visitor might have about how JMR could benefit them linked to interior pages with detailed info. A testimonial "above the fold" reinforced the benefits of working with JMR Adjustment Service.
JMR Adjustment Service also wanted a new logo to improve their branding. While they work with homeowners who have been affected by fire, flood, water, and wind, most of their clients are dealing with insurance claims due to flood issues in coastal areas in New England. The logo design used a house with waves that both mimicked the curve of the "J" and connected the symbol and company name.
Launch date: November 2019
Curious about how this project came out? Take a look for yourself.