We are a small real estate law firm. We have a very specific concept for a new website, which we need help designing and creating. Our idea is to create the definitive website on California real estate law, which will provide a comprehensive guide to all questions on the subject. We, of course, supply the content. It is going to be a content-rich site, which we anticipate will grow to the equivalent of several hundred pages of text. What we want in design is the following: (1) a simple, clean yet appealing design, which is both very easy to use and professional in presentation; (2) a scalable design; we want the basic structure to be in place, with a good deal of the content, but we anticipate adding major new chunks of content over time, so we want a design which is capable of being expanded; (3) multiple navigation systems, so the site is very easy to get around; (4) a search box on every page; (5) various types of web metrics, so we can measure how many visitors, where they go and so forth; (6) it is ESSENTIAL to the project that we be able to continually add to, update and revise the site ourselves. In our present website, we can not make any changes, without going through our web designer. This is simply not workable for us. We do not need the ability to change the architecture of the site ourselves. What we do need, however, is the ability to add and subtract sections of content, to update and to revise, at all times, in some easy way.