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Case Study: Covered Bridge Capital Website – 2008

A redesigned website creates a stronger bridge between clients and litigation funding specialists.


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Challenge

Covered Bridge Capital, LLC is a litigation funding company that needed to update their current website. They contacted DDA in search of custom website design and development, including copywriting and graphic design services. In their line of work, clients may have limited time finding the funds they need, so Covered Bridge Capital also wanted to make it easy for clients to contact them quickly, right from the website.

Objectives

DDA designers would provide a series of website concepts for the client to choose from. The design should reflect the professionalism one can expect from Covered Bridge Capital, while also eliciting a welcoming feel, putting clients at ease knowing that Covered Bridge Capital is here to help them in their time of need. The degreed copywriters at DDA would also assist in content development for the redesigned site. Clients need clear and concise information in order to be sure if Covered Bridge Capital is the company to suit their needs.

Solution

The website design features an image of a covered bridge, reflecting the company name and what they provide, “money to carry you over.” After the design was approved, DDA designers and copywriters crafted the menu system to include important company information, such as what types of cases Covered Bridge covers, attorney information, and frequently asked questions. DDA also programmed an online application which allows clients to submit all the necessary information about themselves and their case to make the application and funding process more efficient.

 

Results

This redesigned website for Covered Bridge Capital not only updated the company’s online presence, but it helped to make their application process more efficient for lawyers, their clients, and Covered Bridge Capital.