This church family near Reading, Pennsylvania wanted a new website that would help them connect with one another, and, especially, their community. So, we put together a welcoming, friendly design that would give visitors easy access to information about the church. As always, we designed the website to be mobile-friendly, and simple to use.
The global vision of this tuition-free preaching school was not matched by their old, cumbersome website. So, we built them a custom website with all the information future students and supporters might need, and we continue working to keep it current through a full content management plan.
This rising country star from small-town America liked our responsive, mobile-friendly design approach, and his old website wasn't cutting it. So, we started over, and built up a custom website that focuses on him and his music while providing the information fans want. Check out his new website, and his music.
Grafted began with a great idea, to provide a place for Christians to find Christian-owned businesses, churches, and ministries. But, the Grafted website was not up to the task of carrying the big ideas of the networking service. So, we built a new simple, intuitive, useful website from scratch to carry the network to bigger and better things.
Screen printing and embroidery orders keep this small business hopping. The owner needed a simple website that was easy to keep current, and showed the personality of the business. So, our solution was a fun website with dynamic options, including a simple online store. And, we help Nado Alley keep their website updated with a tailored management plan, like we do for most of our clients.
This small-town church needed a clean website that also reflected their personality, and the personality of their community, so we built them a website that is useful and up-to-date, but still reflects that Kansas town feel. This is a mobile-first design that makes information accessible for both members and potential visitors, and looks great on any screen or device.
We love having tea, a little snack, and browsing the antiques at this great local business. So, when we found out they didn't have a website, we offered to put something together to bring the tea room feel to a website. The result is a small, but useful website that the busy owners can update at their convenience, and includes Facebook integration to show their latest wall posts right on their website home page.
This North Carolina church's old, worn-out website needed an overhaul. They wanted a clean, friendly feel with modern website features. So, we dumped the old site and started from scratch, building an information-centric design to keep members and visitors updated. We included a couple media archives, photo galleries, and online registration for one of their biggest annual events. Our services also included a custom logo design.
This church near the Blue Ridge Mountains was in need of a website upgrade. The solution was a contemporary website with rustic charm and appeal. The site includes media archives and plenty of information for visitors. This website is still under construction, so check back later to see the progress.
The camp operated for years without a website, but the board wanted to utilize online tools to reach out to campers, potential campers, and supporters. So, we put together a design that delivers the information that campers will need, and also offers online registration and payment for convenience, as well as online donation for supporters.
This Kansas church was in need of a website that was simple to update, and easy for visitors and members to use. We set up the site with a content management system to make updating easy, so sermons can be added, the calendar updated, and bulletins uploaded each week. And, of course, it is responsive, like all of our sites. Our services also included a custom logo design.