We collaborate with our clients to create and maintain websites that reflect who they are and what they offer. As careers and businesses evolve over time, we find that many of our previous clients are asking us to update and/or migrate their sites to reflect new directions in their work as well as to move to more current technology.
We generally develop sites on Squarespace, our preferred platform, or project manage an outside developer using WordPress. We also manage and maintain Squarespace and WordPress websites for our clients.
Project: Re-brand and create a totally new, updated website for existing nonprofit
We worked closely with the executive director to review the organizational vision, mission, structure and target markets, create a Request for Proposal, and select a developer. We then project-managed, art-directed (new logo and website design) and developed all content for this extensive, updated website, including more than 50 videos, an online Enneagram test, searchable teacher and program database and much more. We now update and maintain this extensive WordPress website. www.enneagramworldwide.com
Project: Update, migrate and simplify existing website
Several years ago, we worked with David to vision his target market and promotional objectives, and then created a logo, tagline and website design, wrote content, incorporated audio, video and photo gallery, supervised accessibility features, and managed search engine optimization. More recently, he wanted to update and simplify the site, so we pared down content and migrated the website to a more mobile-friendly platform, while maintaining his brand "look and feel." www.davidroche.com
Paul Hofmann, sculptor
Project: Create a minimal gallery website to showcase his work www.phsculpture.com
CHRIS HURWITZ STUDIO
Project: Create a website to display Chris’s oil and watercolor paintings and provide contact information www.chrishurwitzstudio.com
Arin Wiscomb, artist
Project: Create a website to showcase Arin's multimedia art that he could manage himself to add images and text as his body of work grows www.arinwiscomb.com