Notes

Thoughts on Design
Latest Project: Simi Psychological Group

Latest Project: Simi Psychological Group

Simi Psychological Group is a business that is dedicated to serving and empowering their clients through therapy.  Their mission is to help their clients recognize areas of their lives that they want to change and allow them to feel capable of making those changes....

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Latest Project: Pittenger & Anderson

Latest Project: Pittenger & Anderson

Pittenger & Anderson is a reliable, consistent and successful financial advising firm. They are focused on their clients' day-to-day management of investments through problem-solving and advocating. Pittenger & Andersen needed a website in order to reach out...

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Latest Project: Sub Guru

Latest Project: Sub Guru

Sub Guru is a reliable and authentic human resource tool for boutique fitness studios. They are all about bettering the lives of their clients and offering them the best services. Sub Guru needed a website in order to track and manage all instructor substitution...

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Clean, Minimal & Powerful

Clean, Minimal & Powerful

by John Wooten The older I get, and the more experienced I become in web design; I find my approach to design becoming: clean, minimal, and powerful. In my younger years as a designer, I would often get sidetracked by flashy effects and adding features to...

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“Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.”

Steve Jobs

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Latest Project: Steve Angrisano

Latest Project: Steve Angrisano

Steve came to us needing a fresh, new site. We had created his previous site about 5 years ago. It had served him well, but was starting to look dated. We took some of his quality video footage and created the background video you see on the home page. We also put...

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Latest Project: Family Pet Project

Latest Project: Family Pet Project

Family Pet Project wanted a fun/colorful and intuitive design for their new site. The site features bold colors and beautiful photos of animals with fun typography. Our goal is to increase engagement through the site's design in hopes of helping Family Pet...

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How Much Should I Spend on Marketing?

How Much Should I Spend on Marketing?

The Problem: It's getting harder and harder to determine exactly how much money we should be spending on marketing and where do we put that money first? As times change and different sources want your money, it's getting harder and harder to decipher a...

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In an evaluation of 200 small business websites, 70% of them did not display clear calls-to-action for anything on their Home pages; such as specials, email newsletters, how-to guides, demos, and interactive tools.

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