The website has helped this Wyoming entrepreneur extend her business throughout the US and Canada. Once her product was accepted at Walmart, she asked me to transform the site from e-commerce to informational only, since she no longer has time to supply both branches of her business.
The owners of this premium men's retailer wanted not an ecommcerce site but a clear directive to either call the store and experience their legendary customer service personally, or drop into their familiar location in downtown Spokane, Washington. They loved the calm, premium look of this site which incorporates their current television commercials.
The owners of this precision milling and turning shop needed a responsive website that positioned them as a certified, high-precision service in the local area. I did the web design, wrote and/or edited copy, and shot product and location images. (I also did the diagram on the About page.) idacnc.com
The client loved this design, but he and I pivoted to another project before it went live and it was never implemented. I still have the client, three years later, and I liked the design so posted it here.
This proposal for an international corporation website uses a modular approach that allows for easy modification and translation. Besides designing, I rewrote all copy for clarity and impact (hence the misspelling in the third box).
This website is an important part of the client's marketing efforts, and he loves it. I shot all images (except the poor latte pictures, which were shot on an employee's phone), wrote all headlines and much of the copy, and edited bios supplied by the client.
According to the client, this website redesign was responsible for a 45% (yes, 45%) increase in bookings in a single year. She has a unique and successful business, and is so happy about her website redesign that she doesn't want any changes made to it.