Check out some of the last few months’ work!
Get a taste of Dewberry’s Kitchen
Lee Harrington Mantra Music will get you inspired..
Yes, You Can Dance!, based in the Pittsburgh, PA area, is a non-profit organization dedicated to transforming lives through the power of dance, working with seniors and individuals with special needs. It’s a wonderful organization that we had worked with before on a website and branding. They were still happy with their branding, but it was time to freshen up the look of the site and add some new features.
It’s been so busy around here, which we love, but updating this site with new client work has been, shall we say… spotty!
Linda Sands (lindasands.com) : Linda has a new book coming out, so it was a perfect time to revamp her website with a fresh new look.
We had a great time creating a website for Josh Levs’s book “All In” last year. A noted author, keynote speaker, and consultant, Josh’s business needs changed, and so he asked us for some new features and functions, and a new homepage look, highlighting his speaking engagements. We kept the same branding and generally look and feel, but added videos, new features, and a brand new layout to the site.
Sport Risk Consulting does speaking engagements, waiver & release consulting, and writes books and articles related to waivers and releases of liability in sports. Sportwaiver.com is their blog and website which contains years of articles and blog posts about waiver and release cases and other sports law related items. They needed a news style website to promote their consulting & books.
Team Care PT is a physical therapy practice in the Raleigh, NC area. Their old website was dated and hard to update, so they came to us for something fresh and modern, that reflected the style of the practice.
We created a website for Beth Kemper, a pelvic physical therapist in Decatur, GA, many years ago, in the days before the ubiquitousness of mobile devices. Today every website we build is mobile friendly and responsive, but not so in the ‘old days’! Beth still loved the look of her website–the design had stood the test of time– but it needed to work better for today’s devices. So we built Beth a new site, using all the most recent coding standards, but keeping her signature look and feel.
Write By The Water is the website for a yearly writers’ retreat. The web site features strong illustrations, in a ‘one-page’ style website.
Adam Properties is an Atlanta office/warehouse properties investment, leasing and property management company. Their website showcases their available properties with a little bit of a retro vibe.
Megan Tarshis is a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) and psychotherapist in the intown Atlanta area. She wanted a minimalist & soft website, with strong images and lots of white space for her new practice.
Find The Beloved is a courses website built based on the Sensai product from Woo.
We developed the peacock logo and branding based on the idea of traditional Indian woodcut prints.
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.
The Flint Area Consolidated Housing Authority wanted a website that was welcoming, clean, and easy to use for both current and potential residents.
Dharma Boutique is an online shop specializing in fair trade goods from Asia. The shop was built on the BigCommerce E-commerce platform, and features a rotating slideshow, plus an extensively categorized selection of merchandise
2013 was a busy year, and I neglected to post some of the cool projects that were completed in 2013! Without further ado, flip through this slideshow to see a few of them:
For more on each of these:
We took advantage of the design and templates built for Beverage Superstore of Grayson, to build a similar modern look for Beverage Superstore‘s 2 main locations in Suwanee. Features include an online calculator for determining the amount of beverages needed for a party, integrated Facebook feed, and rotating featured specials banner.
A Vail frame shop offers Posters and Prints online for both their customers, and the public at large. Their old site was clunky and dated, and this project updated their site to a new platform, keeping their current logo, but updating the look and feel to a more modern vibe.
Beverage Superstore was opening a sister location in Grayson, Georgia, and needed a new website. Although the original locations had a website, it was dated and difficult to maintain. We took this opportunity to update the branding, design a new website that was as fresh as the new store. Features a rotating front page specials section, as well as Facebook page news integration prominently displayed on the front page. New branding was extended to a new mailing list (using Mailchimp) as well.
Red Rocket Farm is the main site for Jason Thomas, artist, creator and animator of Cradle Me Sky, and author of Free Drawings for Total Strangers. This site features Jason’s wonderful artwork, rotating front page billboards highlighting content throughout the site, and a Cradle Me Sky subsite. Our first stage of this project was simply to build the Cradle Me Sky site. Phase 2 was just completed, adding the main Red Rocket Farm site, as well as a webcomic-like section for Free Drawings for total strangers, and the Farm Blog.
Seattle urban farm food blogger Janelle is known to wield knives, pitchforks & the occasional martini.
Yes You Can Dance is a Pittsburg based non-profit sharing the joys of dance with seniors as well as special needs teens and adults. The website is fun and lively, with a style evocative of the past of ballroom dance. Features: event registration and management, members only functionality, focus on ease of use and accessibility.
Kimball Bates Photography wanted a portfolio site as unique as the photographer’s style. The portfolio site is clean and spare, focusing on the photos themselves, and the branded ‘blog’ section (MegaPixel Dust) gives a more casual view of her work and style. The portfolio section is easily expandable and updatable, so the content can stay fresh and current.
SimpleClean Solutions is a local customized residential and commercial cleaning and organization service. The goal was a ‘simple and clean’ site that showcases the business, and stands out from the crowd. Site is optimized for both web and mobile use.
The Lassiter High School Orchestra is one of the top high school orchestra’s in the country. LHSOA.org needed to be able to keep the website updated with news, photos, videos, and other timely information, as well as collect payments, supply needed forms and documents, and allow for donations. Their new website is bold and easy to use, with an updated logo.
Another recent project that I hadn’t gotten around to blogging about… 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.