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Griswold Textile Print, Inc. is a hand screened textile mill in Rhode Island. We are working with them on search optimization for their site to attract new clients. Many textile designers are unaware that the production facilities of an actual printed fabric mill are available to them. Griswold produces fabric for high end decorator showrooms and for artisans with their own shops and fabric lines.
We have updated their site, a cost-effective way to target new traffic. We have also added a blog to increase visibility and showcase textile designers working with Griswold Textile Print, Inc.
COMPASS Wealth Management is located in Concord, MA. Their project was a site redesign. Pages were updated to further clarify their offerings and the also highlight the firms focus on customer service. As they already had a successful newsletter, partnered with Morningstar and managed via Constant Contact, we added a library of all past articles in pdf form. LinkedIn was the obvious choice for a social media channel so we added links.
Professional, small boutique businesses are our specialty. Small business owners are extremely aware of the needs and actions of their clients and taking time to understand and incorporate an owner’s specific perspective is critical to site design.
Betsy Madden Echols operates a thriving psychotherapy practice in Portsmouth, RI. Her site acts as a referral, verification and informational source for her clients.
The website for Rhode Island Counseling is a custom coded site using HTML and CSS. A bright, and cheery website, it provided a place to gain clients and provide clients with information, forms, and directions.
The original site designed just before the move to mobile, so was not responsive to the different screen sizes. I recently redesigned the CSS code to adapt to any screen size. I basically looked at the site as is and then selected breakpoints where the width broke the site content. Using those breakpoints I recoded the CSS for all divs and it was ready to go. That means the site is pretty much device independent and resizes based only on screen sizes.