Client demand for responsive website designs from InsideOut Solutions continues to grow as this revolutionary web development standard takes hold among leading websites.  On October 2nd, we launched a new WordPress-based responsive website for a historic Lansing, Michigan area lodging, dining and event facility that brought a longtime client into this new era of web design and development.

The English Inn (Eaton Rapids, MI)

InsideOut Solutions has been the host of The English Inn, Restaurant & Pub for five years.  Manager Erik Nelson wanted the site’s aesthetic to be streamlined and elegant, and knew he needed to make the user experience better by re-organizing the site navigation to make clearer the inn’s offerings for accommodations, gourmet cuisine, and spectacular event venues for weddings, corporate retreats, family reunions, parties, and other gatherings.

The result is a beautiful new site that is user friendly, clean, and emphasizes the opulence and atmosphere of the Inn and its peaceful countryside setting. Visitors to the new website will note the high quality of the photos, the well-organized navigation menu, the soft flourishes that are consistent with the brand of The English Inn, and the careful treatment of typography. At first glance, you know you’re looking at a high-class, luxurious, and professionally served destination B&B, restaurant and wedding venue. In keeping with the responsive trend preferred by Google, the site adapts its unique “look and feel” across various devices and browsers to improve the visitor experience.

The English Inn Homepage


Is It Time for You to Get a Responsive Website Design?

The newly launched responsive website for The English Inn, Restaurant & Pub has given this client a strong platform to ramp up their internet marketing and will prolong the site’s usefulness. Is it time for you to take your website to this next level?  Read June’s post: Responsive Web Design – Is It Time to Redesign or Upgrade Your Website? and contact us with any questions or to request a quote.