Archives: clients

Liz Toffey

As an artist, this client wanted a redesign that would showcase her multiple professional roles in line with her artistic sensibility. We created a Perl-driven image gallery for her watercolors, silkscreens, and other artworks, featuring a page of thumbnail images for each group of works and a detail-rich description page for the individual image, with added links among related works. In recognition of her additional roles as lecturer and writer, we added substantial content in these new sections of the site.

Vävstuga Weaving School

This project began as a site design for Becky’s Väv Stuga, a weaving school and very small store for weaving supplies operated out of the client’s home. Since we first created the site in 2002, the business has grown tremendously, changing its name (twice) and moving to a beautiful new dedicated location. We’ve continued to develop and expand this site as the needs and capabilities of the business evolve. We now offer an extensive catalog of looms and equipment, a monthly News update and mailing list, instructional “mini-movies” hosted by YouTube, a studio-time reservation system based in google calendar, and a multitude of other features.

Pioneer Valley Dermatology

For this medical practice we created a clean, straightforward and informative site to fit the client’s professional aesthetic. We’ve incorporated numerous updates as the practice has augmented its staff and broadened its services. Patients can find online versions of any paper handouts they’ve received at the office, and learn more about the various laser treatments or aesthetician services that may be right for them.

Andrea Hoag

As a performing and teaching artist, Andrea needed a site that would showcase both her recordings and her lessons and classes. She also enjoys writing, so she wanted to be able to edit her own material, and to post news and project updates in a blog feed. We therefore set her up with a highly customized WordPress site, featuring audio samples and online ordering for her CDs, a gig calendar driven by google-calendar, a gallery of high-resolution photos in her press kit, and the occasional video snippet.

Freyda’s Hands

This nonprofit organization needed a new site that would grow along with it. Since its first major undertaking has been an interdisciplinary collaboration among musicians and dancers from different traditions, generations, and regions, the site features video snippets, audio samples, photos, and plenty of engaging explanations and explorations.

This site is built in WordPress. The organization has since chosen a different WordPress theme and added a fair amount of new content.