The Tuesday Agency needed a more powerful website to showcase their growing speaker roster. We built a custom WordPress theme with intergrated search features.
A returning client needed helping launching a brand new business. We created a logo and brand kit along with product labels and supporting materials. Then we built an e-commerce site on Shopify.
An Iowa City real estate team needed a total website overhaul. We built a new theme from scratch, ensuring the site loads rapidly on phones.
An agency needed a streamlined web presence for a live event. We built them a hand-coded site.
A repeat client in Mount Vernon needed to overhaul their website to keeping selling their amazing, hand-crafted products. We set them up on Shopify with an updated look and feel.
Long term client Karyn Shanks MD needed to overhaul her website again with a focus on SEO, speed, responsiveness, and conversation rates. We built a fresh WordPress theme from the ground up.
The Mansion needed a face lift for their website. We redesigned the look without gutting the code for an effective but economical overhaul.
Boston Body Pilates was ready for a theme update. We designed a fresh look to breathe new life into their Concrete5 site.
A well-known author and speaker need a sleek, lightweight web presence. We set her up with a hand-built HTML website.
A local not-for-profit organization supporting homelessness and fighting hunger needed a platform to raise awareness and accept donations. We built them a custom Concrete5 site and updated their logo.
A private farm needed to educate passersby who had a lot of questions about how they cared for their horses. We designed a custom logo and built an FAQ page.
An MD in Tucson was experiencing issues with her WordPress install, like poor SEO performance and sluggish response times. We stepped in and were able to resolve many of the problems and increase SEO results over the course of several months. (Note: we did not design this site or logo.)
The Puzzle Editor for the New York times needed a website to handle inquiries. We built him a custom HTML website.
A growing local not-for-profit organization needed a web presence to help launch a bunch of new programming. We built a custom Concrete5 site that helped set up several dynamic event areas that can expand with them.
A nearby automotive repair center was ready for a new web presence. We built them a Concrete5 site to help engage with potential customers.
A beloved local not-for-profit organization needed a web presence to better represent their impact and help with fundraising efforts. We designed a beautiful new site that will be easy for staff to keep up to date. We also helped update their logo and brand identity.
A funeral home with an outdated website needed a fresh platform that reduced the labor of posting obituaries and collecting condolences. We built this high custom Concrete5 install to vastly reduce their work load.
A local dog training and pet products store needed a website on which they could showcase their services and sell their inventory of products. We customized an existing Shopify theme to keep costs down without compromising on looks or features.
A lawyer that specializes in representing Native Americans needed a lightweight, professional website that would require minimal maintenance. We coded a few pages by hand to achieve the exact desired look and feel.
An Iowa City magazine and art journal needed a place to collect and post submissions and artwork, and also sell physical copies of their issues. We built a highly customized Concrete5 install and integrated a simple, low-cost e-commerce widget that will be easy for magazine staff to update.
An MD taking over an established practice needed help rebranding the business without losing continuity with customers. After a decade working for the former doctor, we were happy to build on a new platform for easier maintenance and help refresh the brand to suit the new goals.
A new business opening up in Coralville, Mix Home Mercantile needed a fully customized e-commerce platform with an integrated interior design portfolio. We helped them set the whole thing up.
The Edge, a new building in downtown Iowa City, needed a way to easily share information about its available units. We set up a lightweight website with secure forms for capturing leads.
A new business freshly arrived in Iowa City, ATMW needed a site where new clients can schedule appointments.
Kloster Monuments needed a professional web presence to connect with clients and illustrate past work.
An Iowa City developer needed a website to showcase their impressive list of completed projects. We set them up on Concrete5 with the ability to easily add future work.
HomeSafe needed ton elegant web presence to connect with clients and recruit new staff. We set them up with a simple but powerful Concrete5 website.
A football camp in Des Moines needed a simple website to facilitate registration.
A talented Iowa City calligrapher needed a place to showcase her considerable portfolio. We built her a site she can easily update as she produces more wonderful work.
A foundation that supports the welfare of animals needed a refreshed website presence that can easily serve their applications, as well as showcase the organizations they have helped.
The venerable food carts of downtown Iowa City needed a place to accept catering applications and publish pricing.
TRAIL needed a custom website they could update easily and use to promote their launch.
Hoefer Law needed a website to serve both English and Spanish speakers. We created a highly customized Concrete5 install.
Oak Tree Homes needed a nicely designed, responsive website with a simple blog.
A well known local artist needed a website update with responsive image galleries.
The Hudson River Gallery needed an up to date responsive website to accommodate its artists’ galleries.
The Tim Dwight Foundation needed a new website. We built them a responsive theme on Concrete5, outfitted so kids can sign up for football camp online.
The Baked Bear needed an agile, eye-grabbing website with a page to feature each of their locations. We built them a hand made HTML5 website, fully responsive so it looks good on every screen.
Earthview Environmental had an out of date website that wasn’t meeting their needs. We re-imagined their web presence from the ground up, and built them a responsive Concrete5 site with a fresh look.
We built Converge Consulting a custom Concrete5 website with a massive blog, video library, events section, and more. Converge is constantly growing and changing. We made a website that can keep up.
Ponca Hills Farm is a beautiful and beloved horse facility in Omaha, NE. They needed a website that could capture their history and modern facilities alike. We built them small, elegant site by hand.