Machines and Wheels
Adorned By Lonnie
San Giuseppe Salami Co
See Me Wear
Dahlheimer Insurance Agency
Heartwings Heights Staffing
Zen HRO needed a website that would allow them to dynamically change content for the different services they offered. Taking their site out of a Flash-only platform, we put the entire site into a customized content management system that can be managed by the client. Potential clients can now apply for their human resources services online in just a few minutes.
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This client needed a way to update their product database themselves and have a new look. We designed a site for them with a more modern feeling & created a custom product database to showcase a variety of different products in relevant industry categories.
Brian Malbeouf wanted a clean-looking site with relevant information on mortgages and an online application section. His new site was created to the growing 20 and 30 something age group interested in buying homes. We designed a savvy site with rotating testimonials, a home-buying and mortgage glossary, blog, and securely encrypted application section to transmit sensitive data.
John Herron of Herron House needed a new look for his website. His previous site was slightly dated looking. We updated his colors and layout, added a randomly selected “Dear John” testimonial section, and a sleek informational flower section. His new site appeals to today’s bride who is interested in finding wedding vendors online. The new gallery of wedding flowers makes a great new impression on prospective couples.
Although Beane Construction offers upscale custom homes, their old website did not reflect the quality of construction provided. Their new website features a gallery of homes with clickable house icons to showcase special area of interest, such as granite countertops and crown molding. Video integration and testimonials have been added to the side of the pages to keep content fresh and engaging. The new look for the site gives a completely new image for Beane Construction, one that truly conveys the quality of their homes.
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Adorned by Lonnie had an e-commerce store with an outdated look and slow loading time. Her new site has a fun look styled to match her branding. Her load time for each product is very fast, and an enhanced shopping cart with wishlist features gives shoppers a better online experience. Customers can easily browse through different product categories on her site selecting by price, gemstone, style, and many others.
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Guilford College United Methodist Church needed a multi-solution site that would serve as a meeting place for community members online. They wanted to be able to change any content on the site to be up-to-date with current church events. An integrated calendar allows for event sign up and payment, multiple photo galleries that integrate with relevant areas of the site, and a flexible content management system that allows for multiple user management.
San Giuseppe Salami Company wanted to update their outdated website to showcase their new branding with a unique retail website that specializes in their famous salamis and cheeses. We provided them with an updated graphic look with a feeling of Italy, with plenty of photos of their delicious products. The site serves as a point of sale and allows the customer to order all of the products they want right from their living room! The checkout process is easy and fast, and also features a wish list for items that may not be in stock or that are to be purchased at a later date. A locations page also includes information about their deli, with menus for the customer to peruse online.
See Me Wear sells jerseys that stand out from conventional bike wear, so they needed a site that would stand out online. They wanted an easy-to-navigate site that was informational and that could show the difference between typical cycling wear and their unique product. We added rotating photos of cyclers to the home page, as well as lightboxes featuring the product on actual cyclers. With their new website, See Me Wear is now reaching their target audience of online consumers.
As one of many insurance agencies in town, Dahlheimer needed to make an impact in their local market. The goal of their new website was to get more quotes online in order to convert them into new customers. We designed the site to focus heavily on getting customers to fill out a quote form online. Available discounts display dynamically when a type of insurance is selected for quoting. Testimonials and informational resources were also added in order to answer questions people shopping for insurance might have. The elegant, yet relevant, masthead adds a polished look to the site.
This new e-commerce website features an innovative landscaping materials delivery service. The site’s easy-to-use catalog allows customers to shop for plants and materials, and have them delivered right to their door! Customers can create an account to manage all of their product orders. A page about landscaping services informs the customer of options if they don’t have time to complete a project on their own. There is an informative user review section at the bottom of each product page, and thorough information about shipping and return policies complete the site’s menu. The fresh graphic design reflects the branding for a completely customized look.
This popular pub and restaurant wanted to increase their online presence with an interactive and informative website that complemented their signature branding style. This beautifully designed site features a live Twitter feed on the home page, along with a rotating events feature. In addition, they are able to showcase their locally brewed draughts, pub locations and menus in an easy-to-navigate layout. A photo gallery, events calendar and news page round out the site to make Natty’s one of the most delicious place to visit online!
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This employment agency wanted to offer employers and job-seekers an online platform that would allow for job seekers to easily search for jobs in a variety of fields & even apply online. Job seekers can even upload a customized resume for each individual position. Heartwings Heights employees have the ability to see all applications for a job, leave notes on each application, and award the job. Their detailed About Us page creates a more intimate feel for a staffing company.
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