The Recycled Arts Festival is a fun event that promotes creative use of recycled materials through art. Special care went into the Recycled Arts Festival website design and functionality.
The Clark County Green Business program offers resources and onsite assistance to support community business goals to operate efficiently, reduce their environmental impact, and offer employees a healthy workplace. Their website needed to provide three key elements—a clear path for businesses to get certified, a directory of local Green Certified businesses, and a Green Toolkit of information and resources. County staff must also be able to add or update information and resources on the website.
Friends of Fort Vancouver needed a webite that makes history fun and exciting! Our use of bright colors and great photography invites visitors to explore the website… then to come and explore the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site.
Nancy was ready for a new website that would reflect her transition from traditional law to collaborative law. Our design combines color, imagery, fonts, whitespace, and other elements to set the peaceful tone Nancy was looking for on her website. A blog helps Nancy share new timely information with her site visitors.
Nancy's website is growing with her needs. We added new pages and design elements to promote online scheduling. Watch for more exciting changes soon!
Working with the wonderful volunteers at Cedar Creek Grist Mill to build a website that will help keep this working museum open was a labor of love. Our design makes good use of photography and showcases the mill.
Our team worked with Green Neighbors to improve site organization and navigation, manage documents, create a special section for registered users, and designed a film library.
The Clark County Green Schools program offers resources to local schools working towards Washington Green Schools certification. Through this program educators and students learn sustainable practices that often save schools money. Their website needed to provide information and resources in an organized way for website visitors. County staff must also be able to add or update information and resources on the website.
Vancouver Housing Authority needed a website that would work well on most screen sizes, improved organization and navigation to a large amount of information, and a better experience overall for their website visitors.
We were able to find solutions to usability issues and greatly improve the overall user experience design (UX) of the website. We updated design elements, text, layout, and added features to create a better experience.
Walk & Knock may be centered on a food drive, but organizing that one day event requires a complex network of volunteers being able to sign up and get information they need.
Mitchell Bros. Truck Line Inc. needed a website to promote their services and share information. They also needed online applications that allow applicants to sign digitally.
HCCI is an independent, non-profit research institute who’s mission is to provide critical evidence-based data on healthcare spending in the U.S. Their website needs to distills a large amount of information in a well-organized way. They needed solutions for providing reports and data on a continous basis to their user base.