WFU’s school of Business website was on an outdated content management system, and they wanted to move to WordPress. This was no small feat for a site full of custom user interface elements spread across nearly 300 pages and 2000+ posts.
A publishing group helping new writers needed a new website. Their old website was broken, and needed to be totally overhauled. They needed a website that would impress potential clients, and was user friendly and simple to maintain.
A family owned optician in Canada needed a new site. Their old site was outdated and was in need of a refresh. We also updated their logo slightly, keeping the old look but enhancing readability and moving their branding to a fresher, more modern place.
The site needed a visual refresh, but had already contracted with a developer. They came to us to design the look and feel of the homepage and craft the overall aesthetic. We also refreshed the logo and illustrated custom “voodoo” style icons for the homepage.
Working with a local firm, this group needed a new website. Being a non-profit, funds were limited, so the firm turned to us for the new design and development work. We stayed within budget and delivered a new look that the client loved.
This new business was trying to get off the ground, and needed a website to help promote themselves. They also needed a full branding campaign. Like any startup, the budget was tight, but with our help the site got off the ground and looks great.
A company that specializes in e-mail campaigns needed a spiffy new website to support their e-mail marketing and sweeps campaigns. They wanted to use an out of the box theme and have it highly customized to fit their needs.