A Teller of Online Tales
A website should tell a tale, solve a problem, and give visitors a way to interact with your business. Does yours do that?
Our mission is to solve clients’ pain points and make online business easier to conduct (both for vendor and visitor). We do that through custom-crafted websites featuring streamlined site navigation, user-friendly design and engaging written content that converts one-off visitors into returning clients.
Of course, this very website was built by JLT Creations. But this is far from the only one. The list below is a small sampling of businesses, blogs and organizations with websites JLT Creations has built.
Know that every client provides input and has final say on how his or her website looks and functions, so every site is bespoke and unique.
Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association Chapter 23-7 (www.cvma237.com)
The Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association is a non-profit organization of veterans working to help other veterans. Their prior website was difficult for members to navigate and contained disorganized content, which led many members to not use the site. Now, their website features the CVMA colors with a user-friendly layout and intuitive navigation, not to mention a bevy of members-only content and a forum accessed via login.
Lighter Loads ATX (www.lighterloadsatx.org)
Streamline Construction (www.streamlineconstructiontx.com)
Streamline Construction is a Houston-based company focusing on the maintenance, repair, and updating of structures for Home Owners Associations, apartment complexes, and commercial businesses. The owner wanted his site to emphasize not only his industry, but his love of Texas through the use of the red, white and blue found in the Texas flag.
Damsel magazine (www.damselmag.com)
Vital 4 Living (www.vital4living.com)
Vital4Living is a vitamin and supplement site devoted to helping visitors find alternative solutions to common ailments. The site doesn’t process transactions, but sends visitors to third-party storefronts through affiliate links. The owner wanted to promote a sense of well-being and peace through serene colors and aethetics.