Site Launches, WordPress Goes Live

Based out of Boston, Massachusetts, DemoFlick came to us when their website was not reflecting the high quality explainer videos they were producing.

They laid out three goals for us to accomplish:

1) Show off their work more prominently.
2) Increase Conversion
3) Allow them to update their portfolio easily.

By placing quick contact forms throughout the site along with call to action buttons we’re confident DemoFlick’s conversions will increase. We took our custom design and created a WordPress theme with custom post types that will allow DemoFlick to update their portfolio.

Project Management, Site Launches, Small Business Goes Live

As 2012 comes to a close we were able to push one more project live,

Your Cash Link hired us to come up with a fun, user-friendly site that would allow users of their site to earn money by filling out surveys and completing offers.

Along with designing the site we also developed their entire user management system. This allowed Your Cash Link to manage offers, users, and payouts. It also allowed their users to keep track of what they were earning and get paid!

Are you looking for help with your website? Feel free to contact us to discuss your project.

Site Launches, Small Business

Silent Circle Microsite Goes Live

We are proud to announce that we have just pushed the microsite for Silent Circle live!

Silent Circle came to us as they prepared to launch their single user targeted encryption product. Their motto sums up what they’re trying to do very well, “Silent Circle is a private encrypted communications service revolutionizing how the world communicates – securely.”
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Site Launches

New Finance Website Goes Live

This week we pushed live a microsite for a new finance company that was coming to market with a 401k product. Our client needed this project done in a very tight timeline and although it took some long days we were able to get the site live in time for an article about their product on TechCrunch.

The project was done entirely in HTML5.

To view more photos of the project go to our work.

Site Launches

New Newspapers of America Website Goes Live

This week we are very excited to launch the completely redesigned We have been working with the Newspapers of America team for years now and this is the third redesign we’ve done for them. This time they wanted to break from their traditional conservative approach and go for something that was a little more flashy. We believe we accomplished that goal.

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If you need help with a redesign of your website please contact us.

Site Launches, WordPress

New AFScott Website Goes Live

We are proud to announce the launch of the new

The AFScott team approached us when they realized it was time to upgrade from their current site which had been done years before. The biggest change they were looking for was for the new site to be put into a content management system so they could blog more and update content themselves. As we do with most of our clients, the site is a custom theme built on WordPress.Read more

Site Launches, WordPress

Moustache USA Website Goes Live

This week we wrapped up a new design for Moustache: Greenwich Tonsorial & Masters of Tattoo.

Moustache USA came to us back in July for some minor updates before quickly realizing it was time to do a complete overhaul.

In keeping with the work we’ve been doing for the past few years we created a custom theme for WordPress. This will allow the Moustache USA team to update the site whenever they want.

Below we’ve included some screenshots of our design process. You can see how the design evolved from Version 1 to the final design. Feel free to let us know what you think in the comments.

If you need some help with WordPress, Web Design, or Web Development feel free to contact us.

Site Launches, WordPress

Uptime Devices Website Goes Live

This week we are proud to push live the new website for Uptime Devices.

Uptime Devices was referred to us by our favorite copywriter, Jason Pedley.

Their old website was built a few years back and users were finding it hard to navigate.

In creating the new site the biggest point of emphasis was to make sure that consistent navigation was had throughout and that they had the ability to maintain the site. By creating a custom theme and using WordPress as their content management system we were able to accomplish both of those goals.

Project Management, Site Launches, WordPress

The Field House Website goes live

As February came to a close we were able to wrap up months of hard work and put the new website for the Field House of Shelburne, Vermont live.

The Field House was referred to us by the great staff at Shelburne Health and Fitness after we re-did their site a few months back.

The Field House staff had inherited a site when they bought the business that wasn’t easy for them to update, wasn’t easy for the user to navigate, and lacked an easy way to accept payments from its customers. When we began the journey of developing the site they stressed that these three pieces were the most crucial to any new website.Read more

Site Launches

Visibility Center Website Goes Live

Another week comes to a close and another web site is complete. The Visibility Center was referred to us a few months back when they were looking to update their site.

Their old web site had served them well for years but the design had become stale and was no longer conveying the message they were looking for.

Using Basecamp to manage the project and WordPress as a content management system we were able to put a new design together that we hope you’ll agree is vibrant and fun!

We are not done with the Visibility Center just yet as we now are working on phase 2 of the project which includes adding e-commerce functionality so keep an eye out for that.

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