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.
Redesigned two websites for Rent Me Portable Storage, a Wenatchee-based storage unit company with customers across Washington state. The new www.rentmestorage.com highlights the company’s portable storage options, while the new www.wenatcheevalleystorage.com showcases the company’s physical storage locations and options. Site included development of a custom price calculator.
HopOn Slacklines is a successful online slackline retailer based in Leavenworth, WA. I developed for them a new ecommerce website to help sell their products and build their brand and online presence. Project included Instagram integration, Amazon integration (for product feeds & shipping) and set up of all taxes and payments.
Developed a new responsive website for Cordell, Neher & Company, a Wenatchee-based accounting & financial services firm. Project included development of two unique, but matching, websites for the accounting and financial services sides of the firm. Website features include a custom job board, blog feeds and advanced employees display section.
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.
Dr. Pickel is a well-known Seattle dentist who came to us for help with a “rebrand” of his services. As the former President of the Seattle-King County Dental Society and as a board member with the Washington State Dental Association, he has an established name. His practice, however, was branded with another dentist as a group family practice. He was looking … Read More
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