Within the current marketing landscape, having a top-notch website is no longer a “nice-to-have,” but instead a vital arm of any successful business. With this in mind, the Lenz team is constantly working to produce sites that artfully showcase our clients’ services while also providing seamless functionality. Here are two recent website projects we had the pleasure of developing.

285@400 PROJECT:

Most people who live in Atlanta know the struggle of driving through traffic. The Georgia Department of Transportation aims to help with the 285@400 Project at Perimeter Center. Lenz partnered with the Perimeter Community Improvement Districts to build the website, 285at400.org, that strives to identify construction sites along the I-285/ SR 400 interchange. The website will be continuously updated to reflect the progress of the project. As things move forward, more information will be available on the site.

“The 285@400 Project website was an interesting challenge,” VP John R. Lenz explained. “We needed to launch the site while dealing with a paucity of information, since the details of project timelines and construction schedules were not yet released in time of launch for the site. We designed something simple but illustrative of the area.”

Check out the website for 285@400 Project. 


When you first arrive at Affinity Kitchen and Bath’s new website, envy-inducing images of sleek, beautiful renovation work are the clear focal point. These images are paired with a clean, modern layout and navigation, matching the style of the work produced by this family-owned business.

According to VP John R. Lenz, the process of translating this organization’s artful style into a digital space was relatively straightforward. “These intricate projects speak for themselves,” he said. “You know you’re going to be working with professionals the minute you see the home page.”

See Affinity Kitchen and Bath’s website for yourself.