It's always exciting to brand and develop a website for a new organization. This is particularly gratifying as it will serve a great need for small businesses.
When we originally did The Selfhelp Home's website, sidebars were all the rage. Our new design is streamlined and has much more impact.
For a private yacht charter company like Free Spirit Yacht Cruises, nothing shows the fun of entertaining on a Lake Michigan cruise like photos and videos. We built their website to accommodate a number of galleries, which are updated by the client.
Clewiston is one of a family of nursing and rehab facilities. We developed a template that makes it easy to create websites and collateral material when new facilities are added.
After we rebranded Parties Events and More, we created a website that shows their incredible events.
We used a combination of symbolic and literal images to communicate the mission and services offered by Living Life with Dignity.
Howard Simmons is a very talented and experienced photographer. This site is all about the images because they tell his story.
The new Cellars website follows the new brand we developed.
For Jill Schmidt PR We came up with a design that communicates clearly and has visual impact. The slider on the homepage reflects that the company works for clients on both coasts as well as Chicago.
The Forde Windows and Remodeling website showcases the company's beautiful work with professional photography. It is also designed to be user-friendly to the visitor looking for a specific type of remodeling.
For the Urban Transportation Center at University of Illinois/Chicago, we took an old, unattractive and difficult to use website and turned it into one that follows the newly developed UIC brand while giving the UTC its own identity.
We greatly improved the look and functionality of the website for The Center for Urban Economic Development at University of Illinois/Chicago. Our design follows the newly developed UIC brand while giving the CUED its own identity.
Our work for TAC was intensive on the back end as well as the front. Their previous site was a nightmare for the staff to update. We created a site that meets the client's visual expectations and is also easy for them to update.
The main purpose of the Lake Cook Audubon Society website is to announce events.
Sam Barsh's website was incredibly fun to design. He is a successful musician, songwriter and producer.
The Keating & Associates site was designed to include individual web pages for each of their financial advisors. We created a template so in-house staff can easily add new offices and advisors as the company expands.
The Healthcare Foundation of Highland Park had no web presence. Building on the logo we created, the site is designed to communicate their mission and make it easier for grantees to apply.
It was very rewarding working with Sidney Finkl and his children to create a professional site that tells his incredible story. The site makes it easy to order his book or contact him about a virtual presentation to school groups.
The site for Cystic Fibrosis Scholarship Foundation showcases scholarship recipients and the annual fundraising events. There is also an easy way to donate to the organization.
The Y-noT Project has one annual fundraiser which is a tournament. They came to us to make their site professional and easier to use. We found a web-based solution that allows people to easily donate, form teams and see their sponsorship progress.
3BG was a systems engineering and product design group for whom we built a site to showcase their expertise and experience.
James Berger consults to law firms as an expert witness on trademark infringement. His site needed to be clean and conservative. We made it stand out by using purple, the color of his alma mater Northwestern University.
Tri-Gemini specializes in EDM sinker materials and electrodes made to print. The site homepage clearly showcases the industries they serve. The interior of the site is an online catalog.
Cobra Systems manufactures equipment for the aviation industry. The website is a catalog that allows online ordering. Site architecture and organization were paramount for this website.
PCs: Soup to Nuts wanted a clean simple website that made it easy for visitors to quickly find what they were looking for. They also wanted a sidebar highlighting client kudos and monthly tips.
Taste On Chestnut wanted a website that reflected the casual elegance of the restaurant while showcasing their beautifully prepared food. We chose a color palette using the warm colors of their dining rooms and incorporated a rich woodgrained background.
We design websites across a wide range of industries. Non-profits, small businesses, service providers, healthcare providers, retailers, manufacturers, musicians, galleries, restaurants, synagogues, schools, speakers, writers, artists and yoga studios. Here’s a sampling of some of our work.
But I need a brochure!
We can help with that as well. Before there were websites, there was print. We were there!
We’ve done a gazillion companion pieces for clients who need print or digital marketing material. Brochures, flyers, rack cards, direct mail, newsletters, banners, pdfs. We’ll create marketing pieces that communicate your message with sass, savvy and style.