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 Their previous site was so many things: over-saturated with color, unable to be edited, out of date, and NOT mobile friendly.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!
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 love working with local clients, and we were even more thrilled to help out the Sugar House Farmer’s Market because one of the board members took our SquareHook Website Building course last spring. #yeahbrad
They were fans of Gonzo’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.
The Board really wanted to inform site visitors who they could potentially work with, so on the About Us page, we added both the Board and recognized some pivotal volunteers that are apart of the SHFM. Our tool works great for them, because as more people join the board/volunteers or as members step down, they can go in and edit it on their own!
Volunteers are obviously needed for a non-profit, so SHFM made it a point to be sure to inform site visitors of volunteer positions/roles available and answered some faqs on their Volunteer page.
Speaking of FAQs, the SHFM constantly gets the same questions from inquisitors, so they thought a Frequently Asked Questions page, could save them a lot of headaches, and confused farmer’s market attendees. We added an accordion feature, so the content didn’t overwhelm with too much. People can click on the question they want answered, and avoid having to be bombarded with info they don’t want to see.
SHFM gets lots of wonderful Vendors to sell at the market. But some people may not be able to attend a market day, and pick up what they wanted, from that certain vendor. The Market teamed up with Famer’s Market Direct, so people can actually buy something online, from that favorite vendor. Kinda cool, huh?
We also added in a form for people to inquire about becoming a vendor. So SHFM can now highlight a different vendor every week with their new Vendor of the Week Blog-to drum up some excitement and showcase who will be at the market!
What about people who were on a stroll and decided they wanted to visit the Farmer’s Market?
This site is completely mobile, and there is a Google Map that can
actually guide you straight to the park, to pick up that special
We think their site is fantastic! The more images and people they get involved in their market, the more they can showcase it on their site! We loved how it turned out, and hope they find it super user-friendly too.
Contact us if you are ready to make your business site mobile-and easier to maintain!
If you have a business, and need a number of sites for distributors, franchises, or dealers, we are here to help!
We understand that different locations may have alternative promotions, sell different products, etc. We have the ability to clone a website, where you can customize any ol’ site to make it specific for that location, while keeping the look and feel similar to the parent company!
To find out a bit more about what we can do for you, check out our multi-dealer page. If you’re looking to multiply your site, and are looking for direction or assistance in making that happen-contact us!