Spivak & Sakellariou

Problem and Solution

This Cincinnati-based firm handles personal injury cases for clients across the greater Cincinnati area, applying their passion for helping others every single day. They have firsthand experience with what it feels like to be seriously injured, and to have to deal with the aftermath. They are committed to helping others.

When the law firm approached us, they were facing two main challenges with their website. Firstly, the site needed a facelift to better represent their professionalism and expertise. Secondly, the site was not ADA compliant, which made it difficult for visually impaired and disabled individuals to access the information they needed.

Our team at Lampros Labs got to work right away, conducting a thorough analysis of the firm’s website to identify the areas that needed improvement. We then presented our findings to the firm and worked closely with them to develop a solution that would meet their specific needs.

For the first challenge, we came up with a fresh design that better reflected the firm’s professional image and expertise. We incorporated clean, modern design elements that were easy to navigate and focused on user experience. We also worked on creating clear calls to action and simplifying the process of contacting the firm.

For the second challenge, we worked tirelessly to make the website ADA compliant. We followed the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 and made sure that the website was easy to navigate with assistive technologies such as screen readers. We also ensured that all of the site’s content was easily accessible and that the color contrast was appropriate for visually impaired individuals.

In the end, our work resulted in a visually stunning and easy-to-use website that is accessible to all users, regardless of their abilities. We are proud to have helped this Cincinnati law firm achieve their goal of making their services accessible to everyone. Our approach was one of careful analysis, thoughtful design, and a commitment to accessibility. We believe that our efforts have helped the law firm better serve their clients and further their mission of helping those in need.

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The clean and modern design of the website is both visually appealing and easy to use. It conveys a sense of professionalism and expertise that is in line with the lawyers’ focus on representing the injured.

We implemented a number of features that made the site ADA compliant, including alternative text for images, high-contrast color schemes, and keyboard accessibility.

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Created a user-friendly navigation, which makes it easy for visitors to find the information they need. We achieved this by designing a clear and intuitive menu structure that guides visitors through the various pages of the site.


Our approach to the website redesign for Spivak & Sakellariou was focused on creating a modern, user-friendly site that was fully accessible to all visitors. We started by conducting a thorough analysis of the lawyers’ existing site, looking at everything from the content and design to the user experience and accessibility.

Based on this analysis, we identified a number of key areas for improvement, including the need for a more modern and professional design, improved navigation, and ADA compliance. We then developed a comprehensive plan for the redesign, which included a detailed timeline, milestones, and key deliverables.

Throughout the design process, we remained focused on the needs of the lawyers’ target audience, which includes individuals who have been injured and are seeking legal assistance. This informed our design decisions, including the color scheme, imagery, and content structure.

In addition, we prioritized accessibility throughout the design process, ensuring that the site was compliant with ADA regulations. This included implementing features such as alternative text for images, high-contrast color schemes, and keyboard accessibility.

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