Vittorio’s had a new owner and a new attitude. They needed an ecommerce website to match and we gave it to them. With a clean new look, integration with sales tools, appointment app, event calendar for the Gala and Prom pages and a full on shopping cart, they are ready to take on the world. Click the image to see for yourself.
Ingela Rushkin had a beautiful website that she had worked very hard on to perfect the graphic design. The problem was that while lovely, structurally it was outdated and not mobile responsive. Additionally, it wasn’t something she felt she could update herself. So the task at hand was to recreate her site’s look and feel on a much better, mobile responsive platform.
JJ Kelly Bridal Salon in Oklahoma City knew it was time to update their website. Their wish list included a simple, elegant look to reflect their clientele and an e-commerce function to sell discontinued samples from their stock. They also knew how important it was to have a website that functioned well on all mobile devices.
Using WordPress and the Genesis Framework (affiliate link) we created a completely new site that captured everything they wanted in an easy to use, easy to update, easy to navigate site.
As always, click the image to check out the site.
Bridal Salon Website for J J Kelly Bridal
It seems that more and more clients are coming my way without any real branding. One of the pieces of your branding puzzle is a logo and graphics to go with it. Another piece of the puzzle is marrying it into the look of your website. Easy peasy when you have the same team doing them.
This little number is for a caterer that specializes in updated Southern Classics. How better to represent that than a diner plate. To finish up her website we created a gingham border to match and a bunch of juicy cherries as icons. Check out the full package on her website.
Mary Beth came to us with no logo and no website. I picked her brain a bit and this is what came out.
If you will notice, the fonts are both Google web fonts so they could go in her website when we built it.
This one isn’t really a logo, just a bit a graphics for a florist that wanted to promote her new “Order Online ” page. Still cute though.
Here is one for an invitation company
I just finished a lovely website for a very lovely lady, Marva Munroe.
Marva plans weddings all over the Bahamas and wanted an update for her site that reflected recent changes in her growing business. She also wanted it to be mobile friendly.
Not only did we make it mobile friendly, we made it mobile responsive.
Huh? Mobile responsive means that the site rearranges itself depending on the screen size it is being viewed on. In short, it will align differently on an iPhone than on a desktop.
As always, click the image to view Marva’s new website.
When wedding planner and officiate Mary Beth came to TLAB she had nothing but a name and a url to market her new venture. Because she was in Key West there had to be some aspect of “beachy’ to her branding but something like that can so easily go over the top. Elegant was the other thing she wanted her marketing to express. I think we nailed it.
We started with a logo.
Added a landing page.
And finally a website.
This site was for the wild and wacky Koko Brothers, an entertainment firm out of Baltimore. I loved working with Lou and Angelo, they cracked me up every time we spoke.
Their target market was a little diverse. First the are DJs and book not only weddings but a whole host of other events from corporate to Greek festivals. Lou and Angelo are also accomplished club DJs.
The fun didn’t stop there, they also sell, design and install lighting, audio and video systems for clubs around the world. Those are a lot of diverse markets to appeal to!
If you are in the Baltimore area, or anywhere else in the world for that matter and want to have a lot of fun at your event, give them a call.
This site was a redo for a site I originally built back in 2009. Sarah Morris, The Something Blue Shoppe in Hartselle, AL still loved her site but she came back from Bridal market full of ideas and energy. Well you know how we women are, fill us with ideas and energy and the first thing we do is redecorate! It was time for an update anyway so off we went. I added a few features and made the look a little sleeker.
Let me know what you think.