The time, it flies. Sometimes at light speed, it would seem. Our poor website has been neglected. So we wanted to give you a quick list of the projects we’ve recently completed—just for your enjoyment.
WE Plan It — http://weplanit.com
Workshed completed this project in partnership with Reed Creative. Lori Reed handled the logo design and branding, while Workshed handled the web consulting, information architecture, design, development, and some of the copywriting. WE Plan It is a online business that helps you plan your date, activity, or family outing. With amazing deals on local businesses, as well as personal recommendations for local businesses that they have tried and endorse, they allow you to search for and plan your date online. Or, if you are pressed for time, they will book anywhere from two-to-four dates per month for you (depending on your account level). Congrats to Wendy and Erin on their new business venture!
Central Station Steam — http://cadillacmeter.com
We recently launched is for the Central Station Steam company, which specializes in energy and flow measurement devices. They wanted to update and upgrade their previous site, while also revising their branding, adding in a full-scale content management system, and improving their search engine placement. Working with their SEO firm, we handled the information architecture, UI design, CMS implementation, and slicing/programming. The site is built on a heavily customized WordPress installation that supports their complex product hierarchy, yet still allows the product catalog to be easily managed and updated by their staff. Congrats to the folks at Central Station Steam and their new site!
Inger Klekacz Photography — http://inger.net
We also launched a new website for Inger Klekacz Photography, a Portland photographer focused on live music. Inger’s an old friend of ours, so when she asked us about doing a site for her, we jumped at the chance. Lucky for us, we didn’t have to do too much, as her photography speaks for itself. Built with WordPress, and using webfonts from the Helvetica family, the only graphical elements on the site besides her social media icons are her photographs, which are displayed in a large jQuery-based photo gallery. Check out her site and enjoy some fine art. And if you’re in a band, hire her to take your photos. You won’t regret it.
Nettleingham Audio — http://nettleinghamaudio.com
Nettleingham Audio is one of our oldest clients. We first designed their logo way back in about 1997. Their new site reflects the large amount of thought and time that was put into this project to really make it shine. Make sure to check out the photos of their new studio; and if you need to record your band, or even have your music replicated, check out Nettleingham Audio!
Downtown Camas — http://downtowncamas.com
We completely redesigned and redeveloped the new Downtown Camas Association website. The site includes a specialized WordPress CMS implementation with custom post types and a heavily customized MapPress Pro implementation for the business directory and the interactive walking map, which allows visitors to find and geolocate local businesses.
Portfolio Financial Servicing Company — http://pfsc.com
We performed a complete redesign and custom WordPress implementation for Portfolio Financial Servicing Company (PFSC), a Portland-based Portfolio Management company. Additionally, we perform an ongoing monthly SEO report to help analyze and improve their organic search engine rankings. PFSC has provided uninterrupted portfolio servicing, backup servicing and successor servicing to the markets they serve since 1992.
The Uncommon Gift — http://theuncommongift.com
We designed and built this site for our good friends at The Uncommon Gift. It makes us feel all warm and fuzzy inside, sort of like the martinis they serve on First Fridays. Coincidence? We think not! The Uncommon Gift is a gift boutique in beautiful historic Downtown Camas specializing in unique gifts, home furnishings, and local art.