Look at this really fun website for a Zero Waste Refill Market. I have to admit, I was not aware of Refill Shops. Living out in the country they had not gotten to me yet, but now one has, and within 10 miles. Yay. Great new concept, zero waste, from the website: “Zero waste refers to waste prevention as opposed to end-of-pipe waste management.” Check out the site to learn more and see their organic/natural products.
Great new site with new clients. Judging by their really nice pictures their work is high-end. These folks are custom builders along the shore of lake Michigan. Looks like they do some really nice work. Vintage rehabs, new homes, kitchen and bath remodels. Check them out. It’s a family business and they take great pride in their work and their customer service.
Another amazing project for the Historical Association of South Haven. First Hartman School, the home of HASH, which they continue to work on and upgrade. Then the incredible South Haven Lighthouse restoration. Now they have acquired a vintage hotel downtown. The Forest House.
A great new .org for South Haven. The Theatre Series, created by SHOUT, brings theater from around the country, many of them one person shows, back home. Already, they have brought some groundbreaking performances to town. Most recently during the pandemic, a wonderful one woman show based on Frida Kahlo. A play put on in conjunction with the South Haven Center for the Arts. All involved pivoted quickly to salvage this performance canceled due to COVID-19, and put on the most incredible Zoom Show I have seen yet.
New client, new website, but the project is steeped in antiquity. Established in 1883 as a book club, the Scott Club is a fascinating organization in South Haven. Incredible building built in 1893. “Teas” are visually enhanced (big screen TV, computer) talks by interesting members on subjects they have knowledge about. Their perennial book club – since 1883. Great experience working with these folks. I’m very happy to be associated with the Scott Club.
Brand New website Upgrade for Miller Curber dot com. With the addition of detailed drawings of machines and parts comes a new website update incorporating a new parts finder, and Google language translation, which means more search engine friendly as well. I have been working with Miller Curber since it changed from Miller Spreader, new name and new ownership, in 2011.
Miller Curber is a manufacturer of commercial curb builders for making concrete and asphalt curbs on streets and walkways and around landscaping. They are located in Youngstown, Ohio and are very nice people to work with. They also make hand tools for the same purpose and have been serving the construction industry for over fifty years.
New website redesign for current clients. The South Haven Performance Series has had a nice website since its inception in 2009. This is such a wonderful non-profit organization in South Haven. They bring lovely music to the town and put on a beautiful holiday concert as well. They wanted their site to be mobile-friendly and not have to update it themselves anymore, but have the option if they became so inclined in the future through the CMS.
New website for a new client, Advance Plating, a family owned business since 1963. They just moved to a new facility and upgraded their plating processes. The website tells their story and gives them a nice updated web presence. Great folks to work with and they are very busy so updating their site is a challenge, but I think it turned out great.
New website upgrade for an existing client and her family business. Brenda and Marc have been storing and servicing those Lake Michigan dream boats for many years. Their existing website was not mobile-friendly, though very nice, and needed to be updated. We added a content management system and a new look to their website, creating a straight forward way to find pricing and services that can be more easily updated. Nice folks to work with.
New website for a new client, Diane, a college admissions consultant. Simple website to explain her approach which is very sensitive to the student, encouraging realistic goals directed by personal strengths. It seems she really gets in there and dukes it out along with the applicant. Helping with everything like resume, Common Application essays (personal statement & meaningful activity essay) and all other college-specific supplementary essays. I think the site really delves into what Diane does for her clients in a clean, minimalist style.