Murphy & King
A SOPHISTICATED & CONTEMPORARY WEBSITE
- Ajax Technology
- Custom "On-the-Fly" PDFs
- Flash® Animation
- Flex-Width Design
- Google™ In-Site Search Tool
- Google™ Sitemap
- Interactive Google™ Maps
- RSS Feeds
- User-Controlled Font Sizes
- Vanity URLs
Murphy & King was founded in 1980 with the goal of providing prompt, practical legal advice, delivered free of outdated notions of how a law firm should operate. The firm is, according to Chambers & Partners, U.S.A., "one of the premier litigation boutiques in Boston". They were ready for a sophisticated and modern website that projected their technical sophistication.
Inherent, Inc. was happy to create this sophisticated website for Murphy & King, including these features:
- Dynapsis™, Inherent’s content management system, was customized to Murphy & King’s needs. Firm administrators can update all the website content as needed.
- The interactive home page Flash rotates on a timer or by selection, showcasing cities they are located and quotes about the firm.
- A customized search allows visitors to easily find lawyers based on name, practice group, office location and law school.
- Google’s Mini tool is used for in-site searches, with the results styled to match the rest of Murphy & King’s website.
- Visitors can easily share any page they visit using the “E-mail this page” tool.
- RSS feeds track the latest updates to the website, making it easy to follow the firm’s activities.
- The “Increase/Decrease Font Size” tool controls the font size, shifting to a larger font as needed by each visitor for comfortable reading.
- Dynamically created PDFs for the attorneys and practice groups publish the database-driven content in a high-quality, professional format styled to complement the website.
- Vanity URLs are used throughout the site, improving the search engine optimization of the lawyer, practice group, news, events and office links.
- The “Printer-Friendly Page” tool declutters the page, removing items such as navigation, prior to printing, reducing possible wasted space on the printed page.