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New Website Launch: HHL Architects

December 22, 2016

By Cypress North
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While the 2016 calendar winds down, we’ve been hard at work finishing projects big and small for our amazing clients. One of those projects has been a revamped website for HHL Architects, a prominent Buffalo-based architectural firm in Buffalo’s historic Allentown district.

The work of HHL Architects spans across all facets of design including the famous Darwin Martin House restoration, the Humphrey Nature Center, and more modern projects such as a private Art Collector’s Residence and the Sabres Locker room renovations.  The goal of the site was to not overwhelm users with complexity, but rather to allow the imagery to do the heavy lifting. To result is a clean, sleek – yet informative – site that showcases of the vast talents offered.

The new HHL Architects site features a news section that covers awards, people, press and projects and a simple image-heavy portfolio that gives users the ability to see the scroll through the full scale of work on a single page. Of course the site was built to excel on mobile and features a simple navigation paired with big bold images for mobile browsers.

To get the full experience, visit the brand new HHL Architects site!

Cypress North

Cypress North

We are a small group of developers, marketers and designers who are experts in their field. We work hard to surpass our clients’ goals; word-of-mouth is our best friend. Our unique expertise in both internet marketing and development allows us to accomplish projects that others simply can’t. If you are looking to choose the steak over the sizzle, you’re in the right place.

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