These are truly great candies.
Jeannie & Sheri needed a needed a website for their fledgling candy store. Using their custom design, we developed a full website with a simple, easy to use shopping cart. Behind the scenes there is an administrative system that enables the owners to add, update and remove the flavors and sizes.
Great tour for a great cause.
The internet was new to the The Women's Committee. They needed a site to add to their promotional materials and sell tickets to their annual home tour. Starting with a great red design, we incorporated this year's program cover into the home page, and used a variety of their tour photos as the design's slide show.
A simple Paypal shopping cart was added for the tickets. In spite of the economy, ticket sales increased by 30% this year.
One of the harbor's first marinas.
Newmarks' needed a website to a)promote their marina, b)help potential customers find them, c)promote and collect payments for their new wi-fi hotspot, and e) collect monthly payments from their renters. The website contains a wealth of information about the marina and its environs. The home page gives the site visitor everything they need to know at a glance and provides easy access to everything from driving directions to slip rental applications.
Focused on Franchise Law
Combined custom elements and a simple blue template to create a clean professional look for this franchise lawyer. Used client logos to add color and a bit of punch. In keeping with his brand, developed the attorney's blog using the same elements
Removing the uncertainty from risk.
Created a clean site with a professional look to convey the confidence and experience of this seasoned risk consultant.