In the fall of 2016, we redesigned the website for Applewood Motorcar Transport of Gerrardstown, WV. The primary goal of the redesign was to create a fast, mobile and search engine friendly site based on the design that we created in 2008. In addition to these enhancements, we also installed a content management system.
When you have a startup and need a web presence quickly, your budgets - both time and money - often dictate the path to launch.
In 2008, we designed the original AppleTrample.com website. A lot has changed since that initial design, most notably, mobile. In the 8 years since the original launch, mobile traffic has gone from 0 (the first mobile traffic arrived in 2010 - 4%) to 52% this year. Inherently, we knew a redesign was due.
During the spring of 2016, we were contracted to redesign the website for US Control Systems, Inc., a Hedgesville, WV based provider of Security System, CCTV and Access Control Installation.
One of the great things about the work we do is the opportunity to work with businesses of all types. The variety keeps the creative juices flowing but can also be a challenge, forcing you to think about businesses you rarely consider. In the spring of 2016 we were hired to develop a logo for an eastern panhandle, commercial / residential cleaning service - KC Cleaning Solutions.
In the fall of 2015, we designed a logo and uniform for the Spring Mills Power, an over 30 adult baseball team that participates in the Mountain Valley National Baseball Association.
In the fall of 2015, we were asked to create a design concept for an annual Thanksgiving effort by the Church at Martinsburg.
During the first quarter of 2015, we were hired to redesign forthekidsbygeorge.org, a website for a Martinsburg, WV children’s museum.
A local adult baseball league, of which I was a member, was in need of branding to help encourage men to consider continuing their baseball careers. We were contracted to create a logo around the “Stay in the Game” branding that they had developed.
In the summer of 2014, my kids and I started flying model rockets and became members of the Blue Ridge Rocketeers. Naturally, I decided to have a little fun and design a logo for the group.
The goal of the project was to create a space where local realtor Patricia Sherwood could post images, recipes and household tips. This allows her to share her passions and make connections with potential clients before they are in need of a home.
In late 2014 we were contracted to develop a website for a Northern Virginia / Eastern West Virginia social media marketing firm. The site needed to present a professional face for the firm that allowed them to connect with clients and other professional organizations through blog entries, testimonials and downloadable assets.
What happens when you let a group of 4-6 year old girls name a softball team? You get a name like Rainbow Alligator Princesses.
The goal of this project was to create a personal brand for a Martinsburg, WV realtor, writer and speaker.
During the spring of 2010 I was contracted to design a logo for a local trading card reseller.
The goal of the project was to create a single color design to be used on a black t-shirt that would be given to people who were to be baptized at the Church at Martinsburg.
The goal of the project was to visually capture the topics that would be covered in the preaching series ‘Basic Christianity.’
It’s easy to fall into the trap of, “This is how we’ve done it in the past.” Instead of traditional media invites (newspaper ad, mass mailer, etc.) the Church at Martinsburg decided to leverage church attendees to spread the word about their 2012 Christmas Eve service.
Prior to the launch of the Church at Winchester, we were tasked with creating a partnership and recruitment website (read about the website project) and brochure. The primary focus of each was to develop partners and supporters for the Winchester, VA based church plant. The website would act as a long-term presence while the brochure would allow the church planters and new members to share the vision of the church with perspective supporters.
The goal of project was to create an easy way to provide access to resources created by the church including podcasts, the “Loop”, Facebook messages and access to C@M Connect, a church member communication system.
In 2011, we were hired to redesign the website for the Israel Allies Foundation (IAF). The purpose of the site was to promote the activities of the IAF and act as a resource for news and legislation related to Israel.
Unique. Simple. Easy to distribute. Cost effective. Attractive. These were the goals of the design for the Church at Martinsburg (C@M) Coffee Card.
I was tasked with creating a simple, unique card offering free coffee at a local coffee shop that could be given to people as a way of introducing them to a church start in Martinsburg, WV.
Web hosting is one of those things you take for granted. That is, until you have trouble or need assistance. Marketing Guru, Kevin D. Murphy needed a web host that could help him at a moment’s notice while still offering generous space and affordable pricing.
Our goal was to create an easy to use iOS app which gave the user access to the features that would be most beneficial and compelling on a mobile device including restaurant menus, coupons, local news, local events, photos from our Flickr photostream and video from our YouTube account.
Additionally, we needed to be able to monetize the app through an ad management system.
In a sea of business cards how do you stand out? How about a round card?
Smoke Works BBQ, located in Falling Waters, WV is an example of how our hobbies sometimes turn into businesses.
Specializing in smoked beef, pork, chicken, turkey, ribs & brisket, Sean Godsey (the Pitmaster) is a purist in every sense of the word so don’t expect to find anything but charcoal or wood.
Logo design for a Martinsburg, WV church plant.
The goal of the project was to create an eye catching logo for a Fairmont, WV wine shop.