E-Commerce Add-On Expands Potential for Popular Knitting Site

Knitting Traditions graphic

After many years of blogging, Master Knitter Beth Brown-Reinsel decided to add full e-commerce to her knitting site aimed at fiber enthusiasts worldwide. In addition to downloadable patterns which she’s sold for years, she’s been able to add physical products such as her books and DVDs, knitting kits, and notions.  This way, she can reduce […]

Energy Consulting Company Retools Web Site

After managing a traditional HTML-based for many years, West Hill Energy decided to join the modern era and upgrade their site to WordPress. Their goal was to create a simple site that matched their original style but with a content management system to make it easier to update. Their new site has the added benefit […]

New Site For Enthusiasts Club

The Vermont 110

The Vermont 110 is a site devoted to bagging the 110 highest mountain peaks in Vermont.  If you do all 110, you get a badge.  We built a simple site for them, focusing on information.  The hardest part was getting all 110 peaks accurately entered with heights, locations, maps, and photos.  As with all sites, […]

WordPress Conversion For Old Drupal Site

Vermont Learning Collaborative

Our clients at Learning Collaborative had an old Drupal-based site (Drupal is a content management system like WordPress). It was clunky and hard to update, and they wanted to start over with a new system. We created a new site for them in WordPress, with a fresh look, new images, and a more flexible suite […]

Southern Vermont Bus Service Rebrands

The Current Bus Service

When Connecticut River Transit officially became The Current bus service, they needed their web site to reflect the new branding. The new design had to make it simple for site users to find the buses they need to get where they’re going, while at the same time making it clear at a glance that this […]

Twenty Years Of Web Sites

MuseArts Twenty Years Ad

Today I was alerted to the fact that MuseArts is twenty years old. In fact it was a day much like today, warm and hazy, when the two of us trudged off to Somerville City Hall (which was way across town) to file our paperwork. It was a gesture of great optimism lightly dusted with […]

New Real Estate Company Starts Up

Redbud Real Estate

Redbud Real Estate launched their business in the summer of 2018 and needed a fully functional real estate site fast. The first order of business was to choose the right real estate listing plugin for their needs. We selected one that allows them to display searchable listings for their listing area as well as collect […]

Local Hospital Fine-tunes Online Presence

Grace Cottage

Although Grace Cottage had just gotten a new site a few years before, marketing needs drove a revised approach to the hospital’s site. The theme was substantially redesigned and “tweaked,” giving it a colorful new look that reflects the hospital’s friendly reputation. As with all large sites, work is ongoing. Next on the list — […]

Southern Vermont House Painter Gets A Fresh Look

Southern Vermont House Painter

Eddie Charbonneau came to us with a very old web site and a new problem — he felt he was spending too much on advertising and wanted his web site to do more to promote his business. This created two goals — improved design and SEO. We redesigned his site to take advantage of the […]

Old Site Renewed for Affordable Housing Non-Profit

Brattleboro Area Affordable Housing

The Brattleboro Affordable Housing group had a very old static site that had served them reasonably well for over a decade when they suddenly realized that everyone was surfing the web on their phones. It was time for an update. The old site was designed to the standards of the late 90s and looked it. […]