ApronMen.com is a niche ecommerce site in Wenatchee selling high quality, funny BBQ aprons for men. This project included ecommerce site design, logo development, product photography and clever content creation: Every man needs an apron. Here’s why.
Designed and developed new website (www.chelancountycommons.com) that connects photographers with Chelan County businesses in need of promotional photography. This ecommerce site is a “marketplace” that allows photographers to upload and showcase their work (and get paid dynamically for orders or their photography), while giving local businesses a convenient way to find and pay for good photography.
Alpine Aire is excellent local HVAC company. We produced this video to help Alpine Aire tell their story, not only of the great work they do, but also the value they place on their employees and their community. Alpine Aire is dedicated to the home; the homes of their customers, and their home here in Chelan County. Video shot and edited by Voortex … Read More
A complete redesign and rebranding of the Scrivanich Natural Stone website in Wordpress. The website and rebranding work included a refresh of the logo, a photoshoot to update and fill out Scrivanich’s photo files, a video to introduce visitors to the business, and an SEO effort to improve organic traffic to the site.
An on-snow event in downtown Wenatchee that drew between 2,000-2,500 people in its first year (2014). Wenatchee is 12 miles from a ski area, but it’s not known as a “ski town.” Working closely with a local brewery, we imagined an event that would bring the snow and the “ski town” into the heart of Wenatchee, and invigorate the downtown core in the middle of winter. Mission accomplished! I envision great things for this event in the coming years.
The success of ski areas depends on their ability to teach people to ski and snowboard. That’s why an effective introductory offer and product are crucial to the long term success of a ski area. My task at Mission Ridge was to tweak and rebrand an existing product to make it more compelling and effective. The result: the “Learn to … Read More