Ever year, the Los Angeles LGBT Center puts on Rapid Quest. Participants spend three days camping and rafting down the American River in California. This is a major fund raising effort for the Center.
Quality Development, Great Designs
ComforTech Service is a quality HVAC installation and repair company in Central and Western Nebraska. They were looking to expand their visibility in the local market via a web presence. The wanted a modern website with good search engine optimization (SEO) to drive in leads.
The Los Angeles LGBT Center was in the process of moving their websites over to Nationbuilder. They had eight seperate website for different departments that they wanted to move over to Nationbuilder Subnations. These websites needed of theme consistent with their new branding.
Protect Youth from Institutional Abuse is a campaign by the Los Angeles LGBT Center to regulate residential schools, camps and wilderness programs. We worked with them to create a website to engage supporters.
Golight manufacturers a series of light and imaging equipment for the marine, law enforcement, fire/rescue, industrial, utility, recreational, ag, automotive, and military markets. Their lights are the best on the market. The lights have number of unique features including remote control and extreme pans and tilts. Golight was looking for a unique and exciting way to showcase their light online.
Healing Arts Spa and Retreat is located in a peaceful, quiet country setting. Soothing sounds of nature surround this serene treatment center. Diane was looking for a website that matched the feel of her alternative healing business.
The Los Angeles LGBT Center is the largest LGBT advocacy organization in the world. It publishes quarterly magazine called Vanguard. They were looking to put this magnetize online and have the ability to update the content more often to keep up with current events. This website needed to have a number of unique features.
Kearney Coin Center came to us looking for a way to display the current spot prices of precious metals in their store. Similar to a stock ticker, they envisioned large screen actively updating as prices changed.
DAH Industries is a website my wife, Andrea, and myself used to publicize information about our wedding (DAH: David and Andrea Hayes -- clever right?). We were looking to keeps costs down as well as stream-line the RSVP process.