What was the scope of their involvement?
JM Web Designs updated our website. To build pages, their team used WPBakery. My main concern was that I'd be able to make changes from my desk and not have to get a web developer involved every time we needed to update the platform. They built the product with technologies that give me that capability.
What is the team composition?
In the beginning, I worked with Jonathan (CEO, JM Web Designs). Then, he gave me over to a project manager who helped me through the actual design process. While they were my main contacts, I know that there were more people behind the scenes.
How did you come to work with JM Web Designs?
Jonathan is in our service area; we provide phone, cable, and Internet to rural areas. When I was looking, we made that connection from the get-go. After meeting with him, I knew that he was the right fit. He had small-town values but also introduced the larger city resources. After careful consideration and talking it over with their team, we felt like their ideas were the best fit for our company and they have been great to work with.
How much have you invested with them?
The project cost between $10,000–$20,000.
What is the status of this engagement?
We started the collaboration about a year and a half ago. Our project took a bit longer but that wasn’t because of JM Web Designs. We were up against timeline issues because we were rolling out new products and didn’t want to go live too soon. We’re actually working on another website with them right now.