Below is a prime example of how a clean design can help get your message across by removing the things that don't matter and emphasizing those that do. This client's site was matched to their company colors for a cohesive and consistent look, with all buttons complementing the special green accent color of their logo. This was accomplished simply by sticking with the 3 primary colors of Black, Green and White to keep the site from looking too "busy".
This site was coded by hand to be fast and also utilizes bootstrap in order to create a fluid user experience when viewing on mobile or tablet devices. The responsive design becomes apparent as you resize the page on a desktop screen or view it on a smaller device. You will notice that the full navigation menu up top is replaced by an accordion view in the top right corner that allows you full menu functionality . . .
but in a compact space.
The client in this article was in the market for a site re-design and had tons of content on his existing site - the information was all there, but he wanted it to be arranged differently and also look good on mobile devices. We kept everything he liked, re-thought everything else and also added a few touches, particularly the on-line scheduling component. Allowing customers to book their own appointments during business hours, made scheduling a breeze while also freeing him up to focus more on the great custom work they do. We even incorporated comments and suggestions from his social media followers and he's very happy with the new design. You can take a look . . .