We know businesses that have been around for decades without having a website. But to really thrive in this business world, these days, you need to have some sort of online presence. Starting small with social media (Facebook, Google Plus, etc) is a great, free option.
We were so excited to help out Coombs Kennels when they contacted us. Their old WordPress site was regularly being compromised, and they couldnâ€™t edit their site whenever their business changed. We involved our graphic designer, Ai to help create a fun, inviting look for the newly renovated Pet Care facility.
We are advocates for change–change in color, font, and often times, design. We like anybody, understands to stay competitive, you have to be a forward thinker. Â Especially with technology changing and evolving so quickly.
When your site gets compromised, it is can be a serious labor to get it back up. If you have received â€œThis Site May Be Hackedâ€ message from Google in your Webmaster Tools, or your website displays the same in Google search recently, you need to diligently get that removed. Why is it happening? Google may believe your site has been compromised recently, and is taking extra steps to protect you and your site visitors.
When we hear that clients canâ€™t edit their site because they have parted ways with previous developers, it breaks our hearts. When clients move on from said â€˜cranky developersâ€™ and the site becomes static, it is just a matter of time before we get a call. Holistic Elements was in a serious bind, with not only a static site they couldnâ€™t edit, but the site wasnâ€™t mobile friendly, and their hours and staff had changed a bit.
Our great friends over at Impatient Cow are completely dominating the visual world. They specialize in animation, 3D Technology, video, illustration and more for your companyâ€™s needs. They are so amazing, they are specializing into different fields.
We are so flattered when we have a repeat customer. It tells us that they are really happy with their site/our services, so they want to come back for more! And to those clients that keep coming back, we say Thank You! The owners of Life Bridge Kids came to us to build a site similar to their child psychiatric practice website, but this time have the new site catered to adults. Life Bridge told us that the SquareHook Editor was SUPER easy for them to edit and they wanted a site that looked just like their existing one, with some new information and customized graphics.
We love exciting new projects…. especially if it is outside our normal realm of work. When the author of She Bites came to us, he told us a bit about the plot line, and what he and his co-author wanted.
We canâ€™t really think of anything we love more than to take a good looking site and make it mobile friendly!Â We recently had the opportunity to work with Primary Care Alliance to do just that!We kept the clean look and feel pretty much the same as their previous site, with a couple new upgrades. Using the Wharton Theme, we were able to mirror a great deal of the features they had on their old site, including the right sidebar on every page. On PCAâ€™s previous Frequently Asked Questions page, site visitors had to scroll through a number of pages to get through all the questions.
We love working with local clients, and we were even more thrilled to help out the Sugar House Farmerâ€™s Market because one of the board members took our SquareHook Website Building course last spring. #yeahbradThey were fans of Gonzoâ€™s Candy site we recently finished, so we hooked them up with the Clean Canvas theme as well. They had a new fun logo, and a great color palette to work with, so it was a breeze putting this site together.