One of our valued clients was ready for a logo for one of the new business ventures. Something classy, simple and clean. Yep, we can do that. Viola…a new logo for Samish Cabinetry!
What a joy it was to work with Laura on building a new website for her practice. Laura was very selective on every detail of her site that would represent her: the photos, fonts, and layout. We worked together closely to make sure the website represented Laura and conveyed the emotions she wanted. The joy is in the journey AND the destination.
David and Morginn, owners of Agate Bay Construction, contacted us about breathing new life into their outdated website. After talking with David and Morginn in detail about their needs, we redesigned the website with a focus on the high-end construction and remodeling David does. In addition, we went out to his project sites and took new interior and exterior photos for use on the website and other marketing materials.
We have known Deb for many years, and when she decided she needed a website for a new chapter in her ministry work we were happy to help. The goal was to great a simple, calming website to highlight the compassionate listening, discernment, guidance and prayer Deb brings. In addition to the website, we also designed business cards and a rack card for Deb to share with prospective clients.
Looking to move to New Mexico? We just launched an informational website for Sundance Mountain Ranches, a collection of homesites about 30 minutes from Albuquerque, NM. The goal of this simple website was to provide an online presence for a small number of remaining homesites still for sale.
The Bottleshop Collaboration Project is 11 small, local, independent bottle shops in Western Washington that share common values and a love of craft beer. The purpose of the new website is to share and announce beer releases in Western Washington.
Swans Moving and Storage needed a fresh face on their existing website. We worked closely with them and listened to the limitations of their existing website while providing feedback on possibilities. Together we came up with a vastly improved website.
Glad we were finally able to work with Artistic Excavation on their new website. They’ve been so busy with excavation jobs that their website wasn’t the number one priority. Good things take time.
Another successful conversion of a static website over to WordPress. Always so enjoyable when a client is elated they can make their own updates to their website!