We work with non-profit organizations and small businesses all across America. How can we help you grow using the internet super-highway?
Mariposa Gardening needed a current, easily editable website where they could upload images of their beautiful designs, incorporate slideshows and connect with potential clients on social media all on a small budget.
A minimalist design was delivered to us to create cross browser compliant web 2.0 pixel perfect code. We used a font replacement technology (Cufon) that allowed us to not use Flash. (It had to work perfectly on the iphone, too.) Was a fun and challenging project.
Dotgarden built this slick website for New Tech Network. We consulted on the wire framing and design stages. This site was built using Drupal open source software. Integrated Google maps, Salesforce and video playback. News, blog, video, directory of schools.
Dotgarden created the visual design, user interface and tons of custom programming for this site. It supports many integrated features: an online gallery, search function, informational downloads, comprehensive product information, and more. The site uses a custom content management system and is completely updateable by Gaia Herbs staff.
“Our renovated website enables Pinebrook to maximize the capability of the internet as a cost-effective tool for online marketing and web-based fundraising” said Bob Jacobs, Executive Director. “It doesn’t hurt that the new site is very pleasing to the eyes, easy to navigate, and truly interactive.” Pinebrook had a fixed budget with great need to have more control over their web presence. We created a new visual design and set up a content management system for them so they can update the site themselves.
Mass Roots Project
Upon completion of a flash marketing site for Mass Roots Project, client Allison Wolfe wrote: “Looks perfect and works perfectly. Thanks Evie!”
Functioning as an online gallery, this site showcases the artist’s stunning pottery to galleries and prospective buyers. Collateral design elements are deliberately restrained to allow the pottery to take center stage.
Dollar A Word (inactive site)
Client Mike Ford says: “I’m someone who could barely turn on a computer. Within a week, Dotgarden had me doing video blogs, designing banners, things I had never imagined I could do. The website is so intuitive and easy to use, I can update my site without having to wait for somebody else to do it.”
“Dotgarden was instrumental in helping us get our website to the next level,” says company co-founder Richard Shiu. Yes indeedy. What started out as a five-page Starter Package soon morphed into a full-fledged e-commerce site with client content management.
We created an original design and a custom Yahoo! Store for this brick and mortar business. Now they have a complete online presence and a picture gallery of their customers’ dogs.
Market Flavor’s streamlined site design and color palette help current and prospective members locate essential information quickly and easily. A content management system enables the client to make daily updates.
The client’s goal: “I didn’t want people to get lost on the site.” The solution: clean, simple design and straightforward, intuitive navigation. Dotgarden also installed a content management system and found stock photography that expresses the company’s vision and product line.
“It’s a more dynamic web site when you have more control internally,” says Fruit Guy Chris Mittelstaedt. And control they got (in addition to a delicious new design, of course): e-commerce, a content management system, and automated email capabilities.
MCH got a redesign and a content management system so they can update their site themselves and a private area where parents can talk with each other and share resources.
Curve Magazine was our first web site! We grew it to include articles from the magazine, classified advertising, online community and e-commerce. A custom content management system was built for this site.