Portfolio - Web Design Case Studies
Following are a few brief case studies of how we've created profitable web presence for new and existing businesses. Contact us for an in-depth review to see how our expertise and experience in web design and marketing can increase your businesses potential. To view more samples of client sites visit our Links sections.
Client: Cripple Creek Antler Co.
Cripple Creek Antler Co., an established manufacturer and retailer of antler products located in Wisconsin, wanted a new "showroom" site to better represent the quality of their creations. We created a flexible, growth oriented design to showcase their antler chandeliers, sconces and other antler products. We will also be adding a full shopping cart system to increase sales.
Client: Van Natta's Plumbing
Van Natta's Plumbing, located in northern Wisconsin, realized a professionally designed web site would open new marketing areas, cultivate more projects and increase sales. Showcasing their large showroom would also set them apart and increase exposure. We designed a web site based on their marketing direction and client focus. Always open to successful marketing venues, the web site rounds out Van Natta's Plumbing marketing portfolio.
Client: Stadler Fur Bears
Stadler Furs needed an e-commerce enabled web site to showcase their custom-made fur teddy bears. As a fledgling business they were very budget conscience. The solution included a custom designed site with PayPal shopping cart capabilities. A pay-per-click marketing campaign jump started their web presence and gave them a competitive edge.
Client: Northern Design Services
Northern Design Services, a northern Wisconsin building contractor, wanted to highlight their three areas of business. Each major area has it's own navigation and color coding to give the visitor positive feedback as they navigate the site. Success has come in the form of increased business.
Client: Bicamber Technology
The need to a showcase an applied technology was Bicamber's directive. For an inventive idea to be marketed it must have a vehicle to show it's potential applications and benefits. It was critical the content balance technical information with applied benefits. We developed a site that highlights primary markets and focuses on the benefits to each market without getting lost in the applied science.