In the immediate aftermath of the 9/11 attack, this small non-profit in New York City collected stories from people across the country about how they experienced and dealt with the trauma of that event. They asked us to help them build a website to present those stories.
Al Rendon is both an artist and a commercial photographer. His artwork is in the Smithsonian. His commercial photography has appeared on the covers of Newsweek and People magazines. We designed a website to showcase both sides of his work.
Marty Krueger is on the board of supervisors for Sauk County, Wisconsin. He wanted a way that he could better engage with his constituents about the issues facing the county.
Mimari Anderson Cilfone & Watkins wanted a website that looked professional but avoided the usual cliches of courtroom steps and city skylines. In particular, they wanted something that emphasized their Texas focus and clearly stated what qualities make them different.
This small Texas business has a national market and gets most of its new clients through its website. We created a site with two things in mind: Strong content to drive SEO and a presentation of that content in a way that engages and converts site visitors.
We are located in the heart of San Antonio, in a very active arts and entertainment district. LNF Weekly is a both a website and a weekly email newsletter aimed at keeping people informed about that neighborhood.
This church in the Lavaca / King William neighborhood of San Antonio lives the principles it espouses. It's a small church, but it has undertaken a big mission of caring for immigrants who arrive, frightened and alone, here in Texas. It needed a website that reached out to the community, whose support it needs.