See the links below for our recent sites.
It is both a joy and a challenge to work in this field. We’ve been designing for interactive media and the web since the early 90s and have seen technology and design trends come and go. From the early days we focused our skills on usability and function. Following that edict, many of our client sites are designed to allow relatively inexperienced users to make quick and sophisticated edits to their site. We favor WordPress as a content management system (CMS). After designing a site and customizing it to the clients’ needs, we provide training on updating and maintenance. The vast majority of our clients are experts in updating within an hour. The WordPress interface is simple and straight-forward. The user documentation is pretty awesome for an open source community. And the support forums (also moderated by the WordPress community) are filled with precise answers as well as active participants. These features dramatically cut down on support costs for a client.
A CMS is not appropriate for every site, but many are. Call us and we can help evaluate your needs to see if a CMS or traditional xHTML site is more appropriate for your business or non-profit.
We designed the CECP Website and logo not too long ago. It is an HTML-based site. We frequently find the client wants the ability to update their site on their own. In those cases we provide them with a WordPress-based site and deep training. In this case, the client needed no interaction or control and was perfectly happy having us make updates as needed.
We’ve done lots of work with the Project for Lived Theology in the Religious Studies Department at the University of Virginia. We are currently designing a Civil Rights Database of Charles Marsh’s research materials in collusion with SHANTI. The project is almost ready to launch and it includes a wide range of features useful to scholars in this field. We will update this page when it is complete. You may also sign-up for updates on our Contact page.
Hemosonics is doing interesting things with blood. That doesn’t sound right does it?
Mary’s expertise came in handy in the construction of this site. She has experience in biology, healthcare, and engineering.
We did huge amounts of work for Tori and Carl when they were running Festive Fare (the website, rack card, price list, product catalog, product photography, and more). When they opened Stonefire Station we were quite pleased to be asked to design the materials for it as well.
We designed theÂ site as well as brand materials, logos, location and food photography, and a host of other pieces. The newly added Stonefire Kitchen is rocking and is getting wonderful reviews(1)(2). Stop by for a sandwich or a picnic when in Barboursville.
The site is built on a WordPress foundation. We helped them with social media set-up as well.