Website Project Launches

Catherine Blake Smith Posted by Catherine Blake Smith on September 22, 2021

Miller Nash Launches New Law Firm Website

Miller Nash Launches New Law Firm Website

We’ve Launched a Brand New Website Redesign for Seattle Law Firm

About Miller Nash

Miller Nash is a law firm primarily based in Seattle with locations in Portland, Long Beach, Vancouver, Wash. and a virtual presence in Anchorage. The current iteration of the firm came about from the merger of Portland-based Miller Nash and Seattle-based Graham & Dunn announced in 2014.

With over 140 attorneys across a variety of industry and practice areas, they have the depth and bench strength to handle the most complex litigation work.

Goals for Redesign

This redesign was one of the final steps in showing a unified brand after the 2014 merger. In fact, we started this project back in 2018 and focused on future-forward design so that things wouldn’t need to be updated before the launch. The result is a robust site that that withstood years of process and development.

Our main goals included:

  • New branding for the merger and rename
  • Emphasizing the services this industry-specific law firm provided throughout the site
  • Creating a website that is professional, customized, streamlined

Website Design & Functionality Highlights

The Miller Nash website is built on FusionCMS and was fully customized for their needs along with several related databases. We also built a custom “Representative Matters” module that displays some of the most important or interesting cases that attorneys have participated in. In this module, the cases can be organized, referenced, and exported on the back-end which makes things easy for the Miller Nash team.

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