Every website that we design has specific elements to better our clients’ brand. This page highlights our most recent website designs. All links are clickable so you can experience each site live and “on the line”. Again, don’t hesitate to use the contact form below to ask us any specific website design questions or how we can help you build a new website for your company.
(UNDER CONSTRUCTION) Tristan Higgins came to us already having a WordPress.com website in place. She felt that she needed more expandability for the future plans of her brand. We created a brand new eCommerce website for her from the ground up using WordPress hosted on her own platform. Because all of her original posts were created on WordPress.com we just exported and then imported them into her new design. The website includes a store where readers can purchase branded items, a blog, and a custom gallery. We also designed a unique grid layout for all of her posts.
Brendan Quigley is one of our own. He felt that his photography needed an online home. He loved the concept of photographers building websites for photographers so we helped him learn and build a new WordPress Photography Website. He simply wanted the ability to sell prints, we gave him that an much more. You can buy prints and downloads directly from the Prints & Licensing portion of his website.
Alan Sund’s photography is all about simplicity. He wanted his website to highlight that simplicity for this first stage website design. He had his graphic designer create his logo using Google Fonts which we then used in the design of his website. This gives him complete connectivity for the start of his online brand.
David Rice came to us needing a simple website to highlight his photos. “Everyone keeps asking me where they can see my work. I have to tell them Facebook.” We registered David’s URL, designed his logo, then built him a simple portfolio website that gave him a place to send his viewer. Since his website launch, he has sold multiple prints, and even had a showing at his local morning coffee stop.
Photographer Jay Goodrich came back to us for his 4th website. This time we designed a stand-alone portfolio website that he could use to highlight his architectural photography clients. We added a unique post area where Jay could connect his architecture clients’ design concepts with how he approached the photography for the project itself. The home page is a continual scroll portfolio. Every time Jay shoots a new project those selected photos show up on the top of the home page.
Jay Goodrich discovered that one of the main components he was being searched for on the web was “professional photographer”. His eCommerce website was designed around the ability to sell unique photo related merchandise that reflects his brand and to teach people to become better photographers. Jay’s photography store contains a weekly post in the “Pro Journal” that highlights how to become more of a professional photographer. The website also contains a unique page built around photographing in his home of the Tetons in Wyoming. It highlights current weather and also provides the reader places to grab great coffee, a bed or even beer.
Our first website built for photographer Jay Goodrich is a simple portfolio website that allows Jay to highlight new photography commissions and also write about those commissions in a news feed. This website also connects directly to Jay’s stock licensing website so anyone in need content can license that content 24/7.