Tag: Web Design

Belvedere Landscape

Posted on 2nd October, by Drew Waltman in News, Work. No Comments

Web Design/Development

When Belvedere Landscape was looking to build a new website, they reached out to us to get the job done. This website was built using a responsive WordPress theme. We customized the theme framework and design to fit the Belvedere Landscape brand.

To learn more about Belvedere Landscape or the website please click the the link below.


WorldCraft Industries

Posted on 1st October, by Drew Waltman in News, Work. No Comments

Ecommerce Website (Magento)

WorldCraft Industries is a home furnishings company that has been featured in In Touch Weekly, 944 Magazine, Phoenix Home & Garden, and Fit Yoga.

The goal was to build a responsive mobile friendly Ecommerce website using Magneto software. The new site makes running an online store seamless by automating all invoices and connecting the retailer directly to it’s drop-shippers.

To find out more about WorldCraft Industries check out the link below.

URL: http://www.worldcraftindustries.com/

Pro Earth Landscape

Posted on 25th September, by Drew Waltman in News. No Comments

We built this website back in 2012 and are glad to showcase Pro Earth Landscape as our featured client this month. Follow the link below to view the website and learn more about the client http://www.proearthlandscape.com/. ‪

Parc Suites San Diego

Posted on 1st September, by Drew Waltman in Work. No Comments

Responsive Web Design

Parc Suites San Diego is a fully restored Victorian Manor and one of the most unique and comfortable lodging facilities in Downtown San Diego.

Our goal for this project was to build a website that worked responsively with all mobile platforms. We also created a user-friendly online booking system that makes reserving a room through the website seamless.

Check out the link below for more details on the project.

URL: http://parcsuitessandiego.com/

SoCal Shade Sails

Posted on 4th August, by Drew Waltman in News. No Comments

Our featured client this month is SoCal Shade Sails. Escape the summer heat and find some shade. To learn more about the client/website click on the link http://shadesails.biz/.

SoCal Shade Sails

Posted on 1st August, by Drew Waltman in Work. No Comments

Web Design/SEO

The new SoCal Shade Sails website was built using WordPress software. The goal was to make this site user friendly and function properly across all mobile platforms.

To find out more information on SoCal Shade Sails check out the link below.

URL: http://shadesails.biz/

Newland Communities

Posted on 1st July, by Drew Waltman in Work. No Comments

Web Design/Email Marketing

As a member of the marketing team, I collaborated with talented colleagues to design and develop email templates, landing pages, and websites for most of the Newland Communities in North America. Appealing, results-driven web design created positive, customer interactions with the company to drive profits and sustain excellent lasting impressions.

URL: http://www.newlandcommunities.com

Bryson Cain

Posted on 24th June, by Drew Waltman in News. No Comments

This month’s featured website is Brysoncain.com. Built to showcase Bryson Cain’s talent as one of the best high school offensive lineman in the nation. With multiple D1 offers going into his senior year, I am sure this is just the start to his career as a football star.‬

The Smith Litigation Firm

Posted on 7th May, by Drew Waltman in News. No Comments

We are happy to announce the launch of the new Full-Width Responsive website we built for The Smith Litigation Firm.

The Smith Litigation Firm specializes in effective legal representation at affordable prices. The
Firm is dedicated to its clients and committed to obtaining the best result in the most efficient
manner, while adhering to the highest standards of legal ethics and professionalism.

For more information check out the link here http://www.smithlitigators.com/.

The Future Of Responsive Web Design

Posted on 10th April, by Drew Waltman in News. No Comments

It’s almost incomprehensible in 2015 to build a website that isn’t responsive. The technique has developed to the point that most designers no longer say, ‘responsive web design,’ we say, ‘web design,’ and mean exactly the same thing.

Naturally, opinions differ on how to implement responsive techniques; many sites that claim to be responsive aren’t; most sites that intend to be responsive are only superficially so; there are even a few fixed-width devotees clinging on in the face of all reason. But broadly speaking a responsive approach is the default option for all websites.

To understand where responsive design is going, we need only to look at where it came from…

For more on this article view it live here http://bit.ly/1GUmt5y.