This non-profit organization has a 25+ year history in Snowmass Village, CO. Trashmasters organizes a scholarship fundraising tournament each summer. The website had been online for years and desperately needed a complete revision to add mobile responsiveness and a method to accept secure online donations. The site is informational, updated regularly and is connected to a social media stream. Click here to see Before & After.
The Colorado owners have a growing business and wanted a website that converts. This new site is built to inform and attract potential customers, and entice customers to order the products. The site is an online store with e-commerce functionality and a location mapping function for customers to find an existing local vendor where the product is stocked and ready to purchase.
Gypsy Jenny’s Joyful Boutique
Gypsy Jenny’s is a well-established, small clothing shop in downtown Sedona, AZ. Jenny, the owner, wanted an updated responsive site built for mobile devices, as well as better hosting. Jenny posts (and sells) regularly on social media and wanted an Instagram feed on the home page. The website highlights social media, store location, has a click-to-call phone number and anti-spam contact form. In the future, the site will include an online storefront. Click here to see Before & After.
Sandra June Art
Sandra is an artist living in Grand Junction, CO. She wanted a new brochure website to display her large format paintings and to refer interested individuals, local shops and galleries. In the future, Sandra may choose to develop an e-commerce store and sell her works online worldwide.