We do a lot of website design around here. And most of the time (but not always), we use WordPress as the engine, and a theme design from Elegant Theme’s called Divi to actually create the site. Although using a theme is a good starting point, it’s just that – a starting point.
Sometimes I talk to my clients about footage and video size differences, such as Standard Definition, 720p and 1080p (we often don’t get into the 4K discussion, but that’s coming). Usually this is because they have footage they want to incorporate into something Ligon Media is shooting. A lot of times this is old footage and I need to explain to them the difference in video sizes.
Visitors to Sacramento based chiropractor Dr. Julia Ciano will notice she is now offering (or I guess it’s: again offering) Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, or as the cool kids call it, HBOT. How do I know? Well, Dr. Ciano asked me to update her website with the news. So update it I did.
We’ve always been known for advertising, public relations and video production, but one of the marketing services we offer clients is building websites. Our creative techniques have changed throughout the years, but one thing has always remained the same – we strive to build a quality website for our clients. We mostly use Wordpress, although we have from time to time done it with CSS coding.
Ligon Media turned fifteen on June 01, 2001. We have lots of folks to thank, especially our terrific clients. We started off as creative d ADVERTISING, but then a started doing a lot of work in public relations so decided to change our name to David Ligon Advertising & Public Relations and then noticed we had a fair amount of video, website and photography work, so changed our name to Ligon Media. Which it remains.
When I first launched my agency, my very first client was Ettore’s Restaurant and European Bakery. I signed them on June 1, 2001 for public relations. But as time went by, I became a more integral part of their marketing efforts, and was soon involved in more than just PR, including advertising. In the fall of that year, Ettore Ravazzolo (owner) phoned to ask me to create an ad that showed Ettore’s was a comfortable place to go for a meal and take a break from it all. The terrorists’ attacks of 9/11 were still fresh in everyone’s mind and the country had not gone back to normalcy yet.