The #1 Mistake People Make With Their Websites

Thump. Thump. Thump. That thumping noise is the just the sound of me banging my head on the desk. I recently began working with a non-profit group that I support on the redevelopment of their website to coincide with a new set of branding guides provided by their...

Western Cascade Fruit Society Web Site Development

The WCFS desperately needed to move from a klunky, hand-edited, page-based site housed on a member’s Geocities account, but the non-profit lacked the resources for a staff web master. The new site allows all members to download newsletters, check upcoming events and share information.

Katherine Cummings Web Site Development

Fine art photographer Katherine Cummings needed to update her site frequently with new exhibition galleries, upcoming shows and projects and more within an artist’s budget. Using Wordpress, some hacking and a custom design we met her needs and her aesthetics.

Dry Creek Community Web Site Development

The Dry Creek Coalition needed to publish a large amount of information, images and documents in their efforts to protect and improve the water quality of the area stream. In addition, the rural farming community wanted a way to publish and exchange information. Unfortunately, none of the proposed “web managers” were tech savvy and the other solutions were outside the budget…

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