Golba Architecture Expands Online Design Portfolio- Savvy Web Site Features Over 50 Projects

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Golba Architecture has launched a redesigned website to display over fifty of their latest Southern California coastal designs. The site features a unique photo gallery with a user-friendly interface to view enlargements of stunning custom homes and commercial projects without a mouse click.

Golba Architecture, a full service architectural design firm, has announced the launch of a redesigned website at http://www.Golba.com to display their latest designs. The new site features an award-winning portfolio with over 50 projects, including stunning residences throughout San Diego as well as numerous multifamily and commercial projects.

"We wanted to update the design and make it easier for visitors to view our portfolio on-line. It's important to show that we design for a broad range of projects using a variety of styles" according to Tim Golba, founder and CEO of Golba Architecture. Although best known for their expertise building and remodeling residences in local beach communities, they also design multifamily, commercial, and reconstruction projects.

Golba Architecture has completed hundreds of residential remodels and new construction projects throughout Southern California. Other designs include prominent projects such as several Legoland attractions and the Becky's House, a transitional home for victims of domestic abuse.

Although they built their previous website in-house, Tim Golba selected Savvy Sites to design and build the new one. The new site features an updated design and modern web interface which displays enlargements of up to six project photos with just a single click of the mouse. (See http://www.Golba.com/projects/custom/soledad.html) "We proposed this style of photo gallery for maximum ease of use. A web visitor can quickly scan a large number of projects to get a good feeling for Golba's depth and breadth of experience," according to Nina Burkhart, President & Creative Director of Savvy Sites. (http://www.SavvySitesInc.com)

The unique web portfolio builds upon Savvy Sites experience with several other construction sites. The company has worked on over 20 projects for architects, engineering firms, builders, remodeling firms, and other contractors. Savvy Sites also recently contributed to an article about websites for contractors, called Putting the Web to Work, by EC&M magazine. "This website was a great fit for us," says Art Burkhart, an engineer and CEO of Savvy Sites. "We understand what they need. A clean, professional design with current content is critical to your image."

"We're excited to share the new site with our clients," beams Tim Golba. "The new design and updated portfolio now fully reflect our capabilities."

About Golba Architecture
Golba Architecture provides full service architectural design services for residential, multifamily and commercial projects. The firm has completed hundreds of residential remodels and new construction projects all over Southern California, since 1988. Golba's expertise is focused on the beach communities of San Diego, from Ocean Beach to Solana Beach, which frequently involves tight lots, view corridors and difficult zoning constraints. Their projects have been featured in such magazines as Sunset, San Diego Home & Garden, Better Homes & Gardens, Building Ideas, and San Diego Décor & Style.

About SAVVY SITES® Web Design
Savvy Sites is a custom web design & marketing firm founded in 2002. The firm specializes in small to midsize corporations with emphasis on construction, high tech, medical, dental, legal and ecommerce. Savvy Sites is family owned and operated by Art and Nina Burkhart, former high tech business professionals with extensive prior experience in medical and high technology markets. The firm is a member of the San Diego Better Business Bureau and serves clients throughout the US. SAVVY SITES® is a registered trademark.

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