Just wanted to post a little about my latest and greatest project. You can see it at http://beautifulbloomslandscape.com/ . I really love the way the site turned out. The old site lacked all of the cool flash effects as well as the color. The old site was black and did not convey the green and color you would want for a landscaping company. We used a bunch of different sliders also for this site so that we could show all of the beautiful pictures the owner took of her work. Then the last piece was a link to their Facebook page. I searched around and came up with a neat image that fit perfectly. Now the owner can update the site herself and show the world their Beautiful Blooms.
Just completed a new website for a local Milwaukee area landscape company. The site features a great many slide shows using plugins to help show all the different projects and services they perform. They loved the site and recommended I work with one of the non profits they know. That will be the next site I work on.
Yes indeed this is a busy time for us. So many sites to work on and so little time. Lucky for us our staff of web wizards and design gurus are quickly creating new sites almost daily. We never want to get so big that we can’t respond to our customers when they need us, but it is nice to be recognized for our work and continue to grow. As they say….Thanks for your support.
This was a fun little website for a company out West. The company wanted to use bright colors as the product was geared towards kids and teachers. Some features include a custom menu bar, forum and blog. We even designed the header to match their graphics. Over all the site very easy to edit and very interactive and easy for the person editing the site.
We created this site from scratch utilizing a owner created database of fish fry restaurants in South Eastern Wisconsin. The website is a simple design, but the backend features a high end search function that will find restaurants based or type of fish, or location. The admin also has the ability to easily create a fish fry website for any resturant that doesn’t have one and up-charge for that service. These mini websites feature their own sidebar, maps and menus.