Darren Julien contacted us in 2004 about redesigning his JulienEntertainment.com website which, at the time, was featuring the Barbra Streisand auction. Rebranding as Julien's Auctions, the new juliensauctions.com covers Julien's auctions of high end entertainment memorabilia and other items, including the sale of items from world class musicians and personages, such as John Lennon's white suit from Abbey Road, Jimi Hendrix' guitar, Cher's fabulous Bob Mackie outfits, Elvis' guitars, U2 items, and numerous others.
We created a brand new look to reflect Julien's status as a premier auction house, and reorganized the old site's content and information flow to make a wealth of previously buried pages available to the public. We are pleased to note that that content, along with pages created since that time, have proven immensely popular over the years as the visitor count to juliensauctions.com has grown and grown.
We've also implemented a shopping cart to enable Julien's Auctions to offer its in-depth catalogs to the public, as well as a Flash "flip catalog" section so that visitors can view the catalogs online.
We continue to assist Julien's in updating the website as and when needed.
When we needed to have our website redesigned and administrated we researched companies and individuals with great detail. We were very impressed with DianeV Web Design from the beginning and three years later we feel that it was the best choice we could have ever made. Our clients are high profile celebrities who demand and deserve first class when it comes to us promoting their auctions and DianeV gives us a professional look to our company on the world wide web. We often receive many compliments about our website by celebrities and clients who venture across it. We view the work that is done by DianeV as a very important aspect of our business. The response time for updates to our website is almost instantaneous giving us a fresh and updated look with every event and auction we conduct. Thank you DianeV for helping make Julien’s Auctions maintain a first class image.
~ Darren Julien