Savannah Smiles

This year we were honored to be able to do a redesign for the Savannah Smiles website. The organization wanted something more modern, user friendly, better optimized on mobile devices, and something that would support the backend web technologies for a long time into the future. What we designed for them is just that. It’s fresh & fun, yet professional. …

Vintage Doula

VintageDoula.com got a major overhaul this year and we couldn’t be more excited about it. It’s built on one of the best frameworks for WordPress, Pro by Theme.co, which allows for super simple editing for the client, yet allows us to go crazy with customization. Every responsive stage was carefully tuned for the best viewing experience. It’s simply beautiful.

Black Hills Birth Network

Black Hills Birth Network came to us out of a frustration with Wix. They needed more control, management and features from their website that Wix could not provide them. We labored with them and developed a brand new, fully featured and responsive website at blackhillsbirthnetwork.org. One of our biggest projects to date, this website features so many front and backend …

Bridges of Hope

We have been a part of Bridges of Hope for many years and were excited to rebuild their online presence from the ground up. The staff worked extremely hard on restructuring their mission and vision and we wanted to design that into their website. There are many new areas that the non profit is focused on and this new website …

V2Life YWAM Vanuatu

v2life.org is the new home for V2Life YWAM in Vanuatu, South Pacific. It’s simplistic approach and modern color scheme is one of our favorites.

Black Hills Habitat for Humanity

The new 2018 home for the Black Hills Habitat for Humanity on the web incases many layers of pictures and company information. Built behind it is a comprehensive event registration and calendaring module. It features fonts and styles that are consistent with the branding of habitat.org. ¬†This site also links to the area ReStore website which we had the privilege …