A streamlined and modern project portfolio site for an Atlanta architectural firm.
Turco McCarthy offers architecture and design services for small commercial and (SFR) residential projects, specializing in renovations, adaptive re-use and retrofits on existing structures, as well as new ground up programs. We had worked with them previously, but they needed a logo and branding update, as well as an updated website that would show off their portfolio of architecture projects.
Their new site features updated colors and logo, Featured Projects highlighted on the homepage, and a multi-category Portfolio with projects. Each project has a description and a gallery of photos.
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A sumptuous, spa-like feel for a Manhattan psychotherapist.
Deborah Berman wanted her branding to be calming and zen-like for her therapy practice. We designed the logo and created the branding for her practice, and developed a lovely and functional website reflecting her brand.[More about this project]
When your business changes, your website should reflect all aspects.
When Josh first came to us a few years ago, he needed a website to promote his new book. Fast forward a few years and his brand has now expanded to include a great deal of speaking engagements and business consulting, in addition to his book. It made sense to pivot his website to focus on Josh’s consulting and expertise first, and his book as a subset of the site.
We expanded the site to include videos (such as his speaking to the UN), reviews and testimonials of his speaking engagements, a more extensive bio, upcoming events, and more. The original custom homepage became the landing page for the book, but a new custom homepage covers all aspects of Josh’s work, & highlights his press in various publications. It’s easy for Josh to add new press articles as they come out, or to add new testimonials or reviews. We kept his branding, which still felt fresh, but updated the look to be a little stronger.[More about this project]
A Vail Frameshop gets a new look
We originally built an e-commerce website for specialty frame shop Mount-N-Frame (Vail, Co.) several years ago. It was time for a re-vamp, and we were honored to build Mount-N-Frame 2.0! The shop is built using on WordPress, using WooCommerce.
Features include a fully functional e-commerce site for print sales, a Hero product section on the home page, a ‘shop stories’ section to talk about the fun projects they do in the frame shop, gift certificates, USPS & UPS shipping modules, and client testimonials.
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A members only site to manage all club business.
Mimosa Garden Club is a private site, with only the home page accessible to non-members. The site is a membership site where all members have private login information which is tied to the club directory with photos and contact information for all members. Members can change their directory information online, and view & print the directory. The site also has voting functionality and event management functionality.
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A fresh and professional design featuring a project portfolio.
HFC Interiors is an Atlanta based commercial interior design firm with the need for a web presence that reflected the company’s style. Their new site features bold rotating images, a custom designed project portfolio and individual project pages highlighting their recent projects. Rotating testimonials highlight the company’s reputation with their clients. Much of the design of the site was designed to match the content, leading to a highly custom look, with almost every page in a slightly different format. The site is responsive and looks great on mobile platforms as well.[More about this project]
Adding an Archive of Works, Fundraising, and other features to the website of the Shyamdas Foundation.
The Shyamdas Foundation is an international foundation dedicated to preserving the works of Shyamdas (1953-2013), who was a pioneer in bringing Indian devotional and yogic traditions to the West. They had an existing website which was used as a base, but over the course of several projects we have improved the functionality and mobile friendliness of the original site. We also added archives functionality, both storage (cloud storage utilizing Amazon AWS to store a large number of video, audio, text files and photos) as well as forms and integration to allow members to submit their own archive items, to grow the archive. Additional features include integrated fundraising functionality (using Ignition Deck) and membership features.
In 2015 we added new functionality to the homepage, and also integrated Event Espresso v4 for Event Management.
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A professional service website gets a fresh new look that reflects the business.
Lifeworks Consulting, in Northern Virginia, came to us with a typical small business problem. They thought they could just pull together a website usually a standard WordPress template, and weren’t happy with the results. They wanted something more professional that really represented their business. They had another common problem of service professionals: no real “branding” on which to base a website. So we started by working on the branding, the look and feel, and how to really explain the service and engage potential customers. Although this is a relatively simple site, it is effective, professional, and reflects the business.[More about this project]
Kid-friendly, retro Salon site with Style to appeal to all ages.
Ms. Lisa’s Cuts for Kids is a salon specializing in children’s hair cuts in downtown Decatur, GA. The salon’s website highlights its unique style and appeals to kids–and parents–of all ages. We first designed and launch this site in 2011, and since then we’ve updated it to adapt to the changing needs of the salon, and to make it more mobile friendly. The website design features custom illustration as well. The branding developed through the design of the site inspired much of the look and feel of the salon itself.
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Gabrielli LaChiara is a Massachusetts based counselor and teacher specializing in healing and transformation for both individuals and institutions. The features of Gabrielli’s new website include event booking and management using Event Espresso, and a customized Buddypress installation to provide social networking and community features and allow her to serve custom on-line content for students of the various classes that she teaches. Buddypress Group features are used to serve the right content to the right students. Site is fully responsive and mobile friendly.
As part of the website design, we also provided a logo.[More about this project]
Minimalist site with galleries of Large Images.
David Joel of One Eye Opens is a wonderful Seattle artist who needed a website that showcased his work professionally and flexibly. His works are large scale pieces, so presenting them on the small scale of a website was challenging. This portfolio site is simple to keep updated with new work, and allows him to announce upcoming shows and connect with his fans easily.[More about this project]
An Artisan E-Commerce Solution
Design Samaritan is an Atlanta based artisan furniture company that specializes in giving old furniture a new life, while helping those in need. While Design Samaritan does sell locally, they needed a web outlet to showcase their one of a kind items and expand their reach. This project entailed adding full customized e-commerce functionality (WooCommerce) to their current website, redesigning the blog and portfolio functionality, and adding a ‘To the Trade’ restricted access area to showcase items available only to interior designers and others in the trade.[More about this project]