A local horse racing enthusiast had a vision for a Saratoga-centric horse racing blog. We worked with him to brainstorm ideas for blog content and categories and launched Pace of the Race (www.paceoftherace.com). Additionally, we added a Twitter feed to the homepage of the website, so that all tweets from the @paceoftherace account would automatically appear.
Far Vision (www.farvisionstrategies.com) needed a simple website explaining their business and introducing their team to potential clients. The business first came to us a short time before a conference at which they were scheduled to make a presentation that would generate leads. We were able to expedite the creation of the website and launch it within a […]
The Law Offices of Pratt Vreeland Kennelly Martin & White (www.vermontcounsel.com) wanted to replace their decade old website with a new website. We worked with them to brainstorm a new site structure and re-organize current content. We also arranged with one of our amazing partners, Paul Reynolds Photography, to take new headshots and photograph the building. In […]
Salt Cave Inc. (www.saltcavebuilder.com) wanted to replace their old website with a more professional-looking presence. The owner produced a handful of videos explaining the process and we integrated each into the responsive WordPress design chosen. Additionally, we helped the business identify and target certain keywords for search engine optimization (SEO) purposes.
When Dr. Raymond Cooley opened his new practice in Buffalo, he needed a new website for Cooley Chiropractic & Functional Neurology (www.cooleydc.com). His vision for the website was to provide as much information as possible to patients about functional medicine and his techniques, so we worked with him to find a website layout that would […]
McPhail Associates (www.mcphailgeo.com) wanted to replace their decade-old website with a new and more expansive version. We worked with them to create a sleek design that incorporates more pictures of their engineering work. We also helped them add new content related to projects, staff biographies and job listings. Additionally, we greatly improved their search rankings for […]
pure cake (www.purecakenola.com) wanted to replace their do-it-yourself website, which was built by one of the cake shop owners using Intuit. Their previous website was very simple and we helped them to add an extensive gallery of cakes. As part of the gallery, we installed a plugin that allows visitors to easily share a cake image […]
Rutland Blooms (www.rutlandblooms.org), a community project created by some of the folks at the GMP Innovation Center, needed a website to promote the project, make announcements and provide information to project participants. We first worked with Rutland’s own Jon Marro (www.firehydrant-red.com/) to create a logo for the website. From there, we selected a WordPress theme […]
Martha Welch needed a website to promote her vintage button jewelry craft business (www.vermontvintagebuttonjewelry.com). She had previously created her own website using Intuit’s website builder, but wanted to upgrade to something that looked a little better and that didn’t include the Intuit name in her web address. We helped her obtain a domain name through […]
The Vermont Truffle Company (www.vermonttrufflecompany.com) needed a clean and organized website to provide information to retailers, corporate customers and wedding planners. They also wanted to allow customers to purchase chocolates directly through their website. We worked with them to create a color palette for the website and retro-fitted certain elements they had from existing materials, […]