Arguably one of the most graphically-oriented sites we have covered, the children's book Francisco Takes Flight! needed a home to be sold from that could control shipping costs. We centered every component around our favorite pink friend and made it easy for Steve to control the backend.
Amy is an exceptional artist who recreates still-life portraits as digital watercolor art. Shopify and Etsy were going to cut deeply into her budget, so she knew a custom design solution would be better for her business. Our uniquely built website allows her clients to select from an array of options to customize their illustration, and the requests go straight to Amy's inbox after they order. As a bonus, they are able to order physical products with their illustration.
Rhiannon needed a website to showcase her independent consulting skills as well as her groupwork with the parents of children who are on the spectrum. She wanted something graphically feminine and family-oriented, plus be able to support an online booking system for her camps.
Jillian needed a website that not only booked clients, but also educated them about her service: Neurofeedback. She wanted videos and graphics to be a part of the layout, and to build traffic she needed SEO keywords that were a balance of her specific niche and similar, more common niches.
Roy's composition site was outdated and needed an overhaul to include a more user-friendly buying experience. In this layout, the user can listen to and preview music samples that Roy has learned how to add by himself. He is finally able to organize his online library quickly and easily.
Brenda is a sculptor and oil painter that sells her art online. She needed an online support team that could help her understand how to add her products in a simple way as well as ship them. We were able to create a beautiful gallery that directs users to her Fine Art America prints or her Sculpture store on the website.
As a consultant and coach, Rosey needed a home online for her one-on-one business as well as her educational videos offered as classes. She wanted a design that she could customize herself over time, not just content additions.