We love helping out clients that are solely looking to have an online presence. When TSN came to us, they wanted to create a clean site, that provided contact information for clients who needed to rent/buy equipment and were looking to reach out. Â Â TSN wanted to make sure the products they offered were available to view.
Our very own Emma has been a party thrower for years, and decided for her own birthday this year, she would put together a website for her side business. Using our SquareHook tool she was able to create something fun and playful for Pinnable Party Rentals. She wanted to showcase her rental products, and individual party themes.
We had a great time working with Vice President Joe, to make this site. He wanted to create the base of the site on his own, and we came in to add some additional features to give that WOW factor. Â I mean, come on! How gorgeous is this site? Itâ€™s not hard to be attracted to this site, with all the beautiful visuals to wet your appetite to learn more! Â The home page was really basic.
One of our current clients reached out to us to create a personal site for his side business and passion. He is showcasing at Sundance, Park City, Utah this winter, and wanted to have an online presence immediately-to make available for patrons to view his work. Our Portfolio feature works great for someone like Doug, who is continually adding work to his site.
We were stoked to jump at the chance to redesign the Gallivan Center. Â We have been to tons of events there, and were so tickled at the chance to make their site more mobile friendly and really showcase what they offer!We involved one of our talented graphic designers to work with the Gallivan Center to created a really engaging site with that WOW factor! Take a look, yowza!We have been building out a way rad feature that Gallivan Center took advantage of. They can easily add events to their Calendar at any time.
When we spoke with Outlaw Demolition about their new site, they said they wanted their site to be more impactful. Their previous site was only 3 pages, and while it had some nice pictures, there wasnâ€™t a strong call to action for getting site visitors to reach out to them. We suggested to put a form on the home page, right below a gorgeous scrolling banner.