St. Louis businesses hire us to develop websites that deliver. From simple work portfolios to complex sites that serve as engines of commerce, our team can scale to build a site that meets your business needs.
Below, we invite you to explore our web design portfolio – a small selection of projects we’ve launched for clients. Looking for a specific example? Contact us to discuss your project and we’ll dig into our archives to find a project similar to yours for your review.
Home Builder Website Design
Hibbs Homes wanted a website that was a portfolio of their work and also had the power to convert. While working with Hibbs Homes, we have built a highly optimised site for their competitive industry that attracts leads. Every piece of the site was constructed to give a potential home buyer an easy and pleasant user experience. The website is built in WordPress and has performed extraordinarily well for their business as the foundation of their ongoing inbound marketing and blogging strategy.
Food Blog Website Design
Cara Niemeyer started blogging in 2012. She wanted a way to document her passion for food, adventures in cooking and how nutrition affected her breastfeeding son’s health. The blog became a traffic machine, often achieving more than 600 visitors per day. Without a formal SEO or social media strategy, Cara built a grassroots success with simple, healthy recipes and gorgeous photography.
It was an honor to help her migrate from a free WordPress blog to a self-hosted, search engine optimized, WordPress site and to show her how she can sustainably generate income from this passion project for many years to come.
Consulting Website Design
The Book Professor came to us with a need of a total rebranding. Working with her existing WordPress site, we were able to streamline the once overly busy site to a site that has clear messaging. Now, users can easily find the resources and information they need on the well-branded site.
Landscaping & Home Services Website Design
Hackmann Lawn and Landscape, LLC was looking to develop a simple portfolio site to showcase their work. They were looking for a simple-to-use site that would be mobile friendly. We designed this clean, visual, Squarespace site for Hackmann Lawn and Landscape, which launched in June 2015.
With simple promotion and very basic SEO, the landscaping firm was able to achieve leads almost immediately from their site.
Nonprofit website design
Soul School was launched on the radio and online as a way to to support those wanting to live a better life. Soul School helps with wellness emotionally, spiritually, and physically. Through private counseling, group therapy, education program, and retreats, Soul School seeks to help people that feel stuck and unable to move along their life path.
St. Louis Nonprofit Website Design
St. Louis nonprofit, Athleticare Sports Health Foundation, is looking to place athletic trainer students with high schools in need of athletic trainer support. In order to serve these underserved schools, they first needed an information hub and online presence to help share their work – which would also serve as a job board for athletic trainers looking to be place in high schools through various fellowship opportunities. This site was built in WordPress, and was launched in February 2015.
Law Firm Website Design
Thayer Weaver, senior associated at TLW & Associates Law in midtown St. Louis was looking for a site that would showcase his firm’s unique approach to law – rather than the traditional stodgy corporate websites. We updated his site from an out-of-date HTML site to an easy-to-use, search-friendly WordPress website that is customized with custom photography that showcases his staff, their personal approach and personality.
Northeast Fire Protection District passed a recent tax levy, which would allow them to build new stations in their district, and make other much-needed improvements to equipment. They wanted the ability to report their work related to these funds to the public, since they were being supported by the public. The district was stuck with an out-of-date and difficult to use HTML site. We created this WordPress site for them, which launched in summer 2014.
Commercial & Residential Real Estate Company
This business wanted a way for interested parties to easily see what properties were available and to learn as much as they could. Providing floor plans and photos allows for potential customers to truly get a feel for the building before scheduling a tour. This brings in qualified leads, which is exactly what this company needed.