Launched today is a brand new website for children’s author Gary Scholar.
Gary has written a series of 39 children’s books – BAP Books – Believe Anything’s Possible. They address issues many kids struggle with such a bullying, illness and overcoming fear but also issues like losing a parent, adoption and foster care. All of his book are available through Amazon.
Gary first came across our web design services when we launched a website for a St Louis Children’s author in 2006. He kept our contact details on the back burner and touched base with us in the Fall last year. By that time we had relocated to Chicago which is where he is based. We had obviously made an impression for him to reach out after all those years!
The website we created for him is very colorful and designed to appeal to both children and adults alike. We categorized his books into 8 series and built the site around them
Built on the WordPress platform the website is mobile friendly and designed to easily accommodate further books.
Gary is thrilled with the site and this is what he had to say
“Zoe, thanks so much for being so professional, knowledgeable, creative and loving as you made my website come alive in such a wonderful creative way. You are an absolute joy to work with and I’m sure down the road I will be using your expertise again.”
One of the things I love about my job is learning about different industries and products. Over the years I have become acquainted with industrial washing machines, airplane parts and body wipes to name a few products and gained an insight into the world of interior design, senior living services and wholesale food. It is all fascinating.
This learning journey continued when I began work on a project for OperationHeatJac. They approached me last year looking to develop an eCommerce web site to sell their very novel product – a personal radiator to be worn by staff in the operating room. I had no idea the OR was such a cold room. While the surgeons like to have the room freezing to help them remain comfortable while under stress and beat the heat kicked out by the lights, other staff members can really suffer.
The product they developed is worn around the torso and acts as a personal warming device.
It can be powered in three different ways, by rechargeable batteries, a plug-in transformer or air activated warmers.
We kicked off the project with the creation of a logo for the company which I shared here and went on to develop a very clean look for the web site.
We provided everything to get this site up and running from domain name registration, hosting, SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) integration, web design and development and internet marketing. We even helped the client solve their photography issues by suggesting they purchase a dress form to display their products during the photo shoot.
The site is built on the WordPress platform and uses WooCommerce to provide the eCommerce functionality. Visit it at https://www.operationheatjac.com/
I am delighted to have just secured my first local client, In the Barn Treasures, since relocating to the Lancaster PA area.
They offer a wonderful collection of rustic/farmhouse/primitive home decor pieces but need a little help getting their website performing well in the search engines and engaging their users. Helping small businesses succeed in this arena is a real passion of mine and I am really looking forward to working with them.
I connected with them in rather a non traditional way.
A few times a week I take a walk up the hill behind my house and after huffing and puffing up quite an incline I am greeted by a stunningly beautiful red barn. Of course I had to photograph it and it was one of the first beautiful photographs I featured in my new blog category “The Eye of the Lancaster Web Designer“.
While doing some internet marketing for Indigo Image, I noticed on Google maps the barn was flagged with a location marker. Intrigued I clicked on it and learned about In the Barn Treasures. Visiting their website I could see it needed a little help so I contacted the owners to introduce myself and also sent them the photo I had taken of their barn. It opened the door to a meeting …
The star mounted on the barn is know as a Barnstar and decorations of this kind are considered good luck. Certainly good luck for the Lancaster Pa Web Designer!
It’s a great compliment when I get repeat business from a client, particularly when I have just moved over 700 hundred miles away from them. As the Lancaster PA web designer, I will do whatever it takes!
I have been working with interior designer, Suzanne Falk, for a number of years now and helped to bring her vision of an online interior design experience alive, with the creation of Interior Design 2 Go. While the website offers a budget friendly approach to hiring an interior designer, Suzanne needed an additional portfolio site to feature her custom design work, particularly as she is currently getting quite a bit of attention in the media.
Launched today is her brand new web site –suzannefalkinteriordesign.com
The site is a very minimalist but powerful presentation of her work.
and is of course mobile friendly.
Suzanne is delighted with it
“Wow, this looks amazing. So excited! You did a fabulous job, can’t thank you enough”
I am so grateful for my clients who continue to “follow” me around the country!
Launched this week is a brand new website for kids, CozyCornerPodcast.com
The site has a very simple design, created to appeal to pre-k kids and their parents. Each day it will feature a new audio story – all the stories are original and also include relaxation techniques designed to help the little listeners unwind and prepare for bed.
The stories are organized as podcasts enabling listeners to easily subscribe and use a multitude of devices to enjoy.
Moving and relocating a company is hard work … I will not lie. However I have moved around quite a bit all my life and while there are pros and cons about every place I have ever lived I always like to concentrate on the pros.
Lancaster Pennsylvania is absolutely beautiful. It has rolling hills, picturesque farms and red barns dotted all over the place. I love to snap photographs of the delights I see while out an about and as a result have started a new blog category …The Eye of the Lancaster web designer . It will feature fun and beautiful photos of things which catch my design eye.
This week marks a 700+ mile move for web design company, Indigo Image. We are relocating from Chicago to Lancaster Pennsylvania.
This is not the first time we have moved. We relocated from St Louis in 2010 and quickly established a healthy client base here with clever re-optimization of our website and lots of strategic networking. Moving has never meant we abandon our clients. Although face to face meeting are a lot harder we go the extra mile with email and phone communication – our move from Chicago from St Louis saw no loss of clients and we strive to have the same success with our move to Lancaster PA.
We are looking forward to meeting business owners in Lancaster looking for a creative partner they can truly rely on. From web design to graphic design, internet marketing and hosting services, we provide the small to medium sized business owner everything they need to have a successful internet presence.