A proposed responsive web design for a Salisbury-based Bakery. Their current site includes eCommerce which is also included in this test site being reviewed at this time.
Martin ERA Realtor, Mr. von Kollmar, asked for us to help with some marketing for his homes he had for sale. What started out as just taking pictures of the properties soon turned into one-sheets for open houses and video. Creating small videos of the images along with the one-sheets were then added to his Facebook Page for marketing purposes. The following is examples of both.
The Wicomico County Executive hired us to create a user-friendly website to release information for the Executive Office. The website was designed in WordPress for ease of use in uploading news, videos and photography. Using a streamline design, the uncluttered website is easy for all ages to use and incorporates interactive maps and videos along with original photography.
This site also has social media integration where it will be published on all accounts when articles are posted.
Furthermore, in this 3-month project, we generated press releases for the client regarding County issues that came about during that time period.
Working with an existing client, we redesigned Dr. Scott’s Itz Tea Time website, which also includes an eCommerce shop along with the traditional website foundation. Incorporating the organization’s new color scheme that matches their logo, the website went through a complete overhaul, including new pictures of key people involved and all the new products they offer women who attend their functions.
Working with Dr. Brian Polkinghorn on the Bosserman Center’s website in order to rebrand the organization with an up-to-date aesthetic. Utilizing WordPress for user-friendly ease, the site was designed to provide information to many different demographics – from professionals to academics to students looking at future careers in the Conflict Analysis and Dispute Resolution field.
To bring them up to speed with modern marketing tools, complete social media campaigns were launched on Facebook, Twitter and other forums which automatically update when new articles and events are added to the Center’s new website.