Mobile-ized Catering Site

Sharon Myers Fine Catering

Our client needed a new mobile-friendly web site for her catering business, and since we had built her old site, she called us. We knew she needed the update but she liked the look and feel of her old site, including the “placemat” border that surrounds the page. Fortunately, we were able to duplicate the […]

Private College Gets Reorganization and Facelift

Beacon College

Beacon College wanted a remake of their recent vintage web site to organize their site content and give them a more dynamic presentation. The new site needed to be mobile friendly, ADA compliant, and easier for users to navigate. Working in close consultation with college staff, MuseArts designed a new WordPress theme that met their […]

Elegant Mobile Theme For Highly-Rated Restaurant

For Peter Havens Restaurant, the new site had to reflect the elegance and quality of the establishment for both their long-time clientele as well as new customers. We went with a clean, simple layout in a classic palette of black and white with a deep red as the accent color. The layout provides easy access […]

Centralized Sales For Knitting Site

Our client is an expert knitter and has been selling books, DVDs, knitting patterns, and knitting classes for years, through a variety of venues.  When it came time to update her aging web site, she decided to bring some of her products in house and sell them on her own web site.  There were a few […]

Theme Update for Upscale Wine Shop

Our wine merchant client is a superb writer, and her mouth-watering descriptions of wine are enough to make anyone want to sample her wares.  Unfortunately, her old, off-the-shelf WordPress site was not set up to highlight this asset, and worse, she didn’t know how to use it.  We designed an elegant new site for the wine shop, […]

Regional Bus Company Gets A Lift

When we met our friends at the bus company, they were already having problems keeping their website up-to-date. Their web developers, based 200 miles away, were expensive and hard to reach.  Our clients needed help and quickly.  We designed a new site for them and had it up quickly.  The new site made current bus schedules available […]

Fledgling Dance Festival Takes Flight

Our client called us out of the blue one day, asking for help launching a web site for the dance festival she was organizing that summer.  It was a Thursday in March.  We asked when she needed the site.  Monday, she said.  We don’t normally build complete Drupal sites in a weekend, but her urgency was great and […]

Mobile Theme for Private Boarding School Site

Our client’s current web site was beautifully designed but because it lacked a content management system, they had to go through developers far away to make changes.  Moreover, the static layout was not built to display well on mobile devices and they feared they were losing traffic.  They decided to look for local developers to take their […]

Farmers On The Web

Our friends at Deer Ridge Farm have a multi-pronged operation with maple syrup, strawberries, cut flowers, and a summer day camp all contributing to their income stream.  But without a web site, customers had to find them at the weekly farmers’ market to even know about their wares. Armed with a bit of grant money, our clients hired us to […]

Animated Titles for The Pulse of Brattleboro

We recently completed work on an animated title sequence for one of our favorite local TV shows, The Pulse of Brattleboro. The show, created by Joe Bushey and Daryl Pilsbury, explores all aspects of the town by taking the camera to the streets to see what people are doing and saying.