Seattle Home Maternity had an old static HTML site that was difficult for them to update that had an outdated design that failed to communicate the warmth and caring they bring to their patients.
SHM hired an amazing photographer to capture their personality and the joy of their work. We then worked to feature those photos prominently as part of the new site design.
The result is a site that’s easy to update and one that really captures and communicates their spirit.
With her first book about to be published, Lainey needed a new and updated website to help highlight her accomplishments online. We worked closely with her to build a new site that’s not only beautiful, but accessible for her clients and flexible enough for her to be able to create new sections and add new content.
Lainey’s thrilled with the new site and it’s been helpful in marketing her new book, sharing her speaking engagements, and sharing news about her structured negotiations.
Unizin had a WordPress site that was difficult to update and not very flexible for their marketing team to customize. We worked closely with Unizin’s staff to identify their wishlist of new features, and to figure out how they wanted to use the site.
Being in the higher education space, accessibility was important to them as well, so we arranged for independent, third party accessibility testing at several points during the development of the new site.
The new site is responsive, accessible, and extremely flexible and customizable. Unizin’s staff have been thrilled with their new ability to create complex custom pages, the integration with Salesforce, and the new-found SEO benefits of the new site.
The staff at Insight Editions were frustrated with their website which was difficult to update and didn’t allow for much customization of the design or functionality. We worked with them to build a new site on WordPress and WooCommerce that’s based on WooThemes’ Superstore theme. We built custom functionality for getting product updates from their internal product database and a custom API integration with a 3rd party shopping cart.
The result is a gorgeous and dynamic site that’s easy to update, reflects their branding, and gives them tools for connecting with their fans and readers.
Jim Fusilli, music critic for the Wall Street Journal, had an experiment in mind: provide grownups with a resource for learning about new music worth knowing about. He wanted a place where he could share his latest discoveries and recommendations.
Because it was just an experiment, he didn’t want to make a big investment into a completely custom site. We started from the Sight Theme from WP Shower, made it fully responsive, and added a few touches to customize the design.