Monica is a longtime client of ours. She has built a couple other websites with us for her esthetic businesses. She said she wanted us to rebuild a site she made on a different CMS, so she could have all her sites in one spot. We knocked it out quickly. Sugar Pop Nails is one smokin’ site.
Monticello City contacted us a
few weeks back, in a serious pickle. Their previous site went down
suddenly, and couldn’t be brought back up. They asked that we get something
back up immediately. We used Way Back Machine to gather content from
their own site.
We love when companies improve their team unity! Creating an internal site, meant specifically for your company is a great way to keep everyone informed of the latest and greatest news, notify of imperative information, and make sure everyone has access to appropriate contacts and documents. We are true advocates for company Intranets!
Radiant Plans came to us with a dilemma. Their previous site was so many things: over-saturated with color, unable to be edited, out of date, and NOT mobile friendly. They needed help, bad! Not only that, but they were very serious about being able to edit their own site. Their previous site builder was a nightmare to get a hold of. We are all about making a site that our client can edit and maintain. That’s why we built the SquareHook tool in the first place!
One of our current clients reached out to us to create a personal site for his side business and passion. He is showcasing at Sundance, Park City, Utah this winter, and wanted to have an online presence immediately-to make available for patrons to view his work.
We were stoked to jump at the chance to redesign the Gallivan Center. We have been to tons of events there, and were so tickled at the chance to make their site more mobile friendly and really showcase what they offer!
When we spoke with Outlaw Demolition about their new site, they said they wanted their site to be more impactful. Their previous site was only 3 pages, and while it had some nice pictures, there wasn’t a strong call to action for getting site visitors to reach out to them.
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.