The proof is in the pudding.
Following are a few examples of our work. Click on a site to learn more about that project.
Maple Glen, PA
Highest quality custom home builder in Bucks and Montgomery Counties, PA. This re-design was a huge improvement over their old site.
We have been working with this organization since 2006! The original web site was redesigned in February of 2016 to be mobile-optimized. Their "store" incorporates PayPal buttons to create a shopping cart and secure checkout process. In 2020 the site was converted to WordPress for added ease of maintenance and functionality through WordPresss plugins.
Lafayette Hill, PA
This Responsive HTML web site was completed in January of 2017. Their original web site was built using a DIY web site builder program and they were not getting found on Google. The new site is now mobile and search engine optimized. Customer states that the web site "helps to legitimize my business."
This HTML site was launched in August of 2016, replacing an outdated and generic site. Since its launch, the business owner has reported amazing SEO results, and a significant increase in new customers resulting from Google searches.
We redesigned this web site using WordPress in 2015 as they needed more control over their content. They still use our help with larger and structural changes, but they are able to edit and add to their existing day-to-day content with ease.
We have been handling this exquisite pool installer's web site development and hosting since 2009. A recent conversion to WordPress has given them a fresh new look.
This web site was turned into a WordPress site. The old site had been handled by a large national mass-web site builder. In other words, it was built by someone far away that knew nothing of this local business. We relieved them of the monthly fees and raised their game at the same time.
One of our long-time customers (since 2008), the Fisher Irrigation & Lighting web site underwent a redesign in February of 2018. The site is now fully responsive and optimized.
Sometimes even the web designer needs to "up their game". This October 2017 re-design to WordPress has given us a more professional look and fully-responsive design. Be sure to check out the "Testimonials" page, displaying customer reviews using a unique WordPress Plugin. It effectively pulls in Facebook and Google reviews as well.
Lake Forest, IL
Since 2006 we have worked closely with this organization, providing all of their web site needs. The site was converted to WordPress in 2016 in order to give them more control over the day-to-day changes necessary with this busy non-profit. The site includes a listing of art classes for which individuals can register and pay conveniently via credit card and on-line PayPal checkout.
Launched in May of 2018, this WordPress web site spotlights the high-quality work that this landscape design-build company offers. This site also features SSL, a new security requirement that will help with SEO.
Since 2013 we have been helping this company get found on the web. This HTML web site features mobile-friendly design and multiple image galleries displaying their high quality work.
West Norriton, PA
Launched in July of 2018, this WordPress web site spotlights the high-quality work that this award-winning photographer offers. With multiple photo galleries and a mobile friendly design, this represents a huge improvement over his old site, helping him take his business to the next level.
We have had the awesome privilege of working with this famous artist since 2002. The web site was redesigned in 2014 to utilize Responsive HTML. It is now fully optimized for mobile devices and search engines.
This fun site, launched in December of 2015 and then converted to WordPress in 2019, helped to take this popular band to the next level. An integrated scheduling app displays a current list of upcoming shows.
We took over the development and maintenance of this web site in September of 2015. A major overhaul resulted in a more efficient, mobile friendly and search engine optimized web site. The site was then converted to WordPress in 2019 in order to add more functionality through WordPress plugins.