Covenant Communications Elevates the Art of Website Design and Development for Elevation Financial Group

Covenant Communications of Orlando showcases sophisticated website design skills with Elevation Financial Group’s new website. Mood, music, photographs and design come together in a Flash presentation to convey a sophisticated brand offering a premium website user experience.

Orlando, FL, September 23, 2009 --( Entrepreneurial brothers Christopher and Michael King turned to Orlando’s Covenant Communications to design an upscale website to bring their growing real estate investment brand online. The website’s goal was to convey Elevation Financial Group (EFG) as a credible, growing company that is on the move and reaching a higher standard than its competitors. (

One look at the EFG website reveals that Covenant Communications fully understood the client’s vision, and knew how to translate that into a premium website user experience. The website design is done in Flash to let the beautiful photographs help tell the story of the real estate properties and resident lifestyles which make EFG successful. Targeting primarily men between 30 to 75 years of age, Covenant’s web designers used a rich, dark color palette and a clean font to create a professional yet contemporary look. Eighty percent of EFG’s audience is made up sophisticated investors, such as lenders, bankers and brokers. To appeal to prospective clients, Covenant’s website designers made the Flash transitions smooth as silk and paid special attention to even the smallest details.

As a full service marketing communications agency, Covenant Communications helps businesses nationwide define and create brand identity, communication strategies and quality marketing vehicles. From logos to internet advertising, Covenant works to build brands. Since 2002, Covenant has been making businesses successful through Message, Advertising, Branding, Print Design, Web Design & Web Development, and Online Marketing services. For more information, visit

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Melinda Clark