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Flashback to Our Work

Flashback to Our Work

Posted on Nov 03, 2016 by Kate Gothing

After many years in business, we couldn’t have made it without the help of our clients. As a little thank you, we would like to share some of the clients with whom we’ve built lasting relationships. As trusted partners, we believe in helping our clients succeed in any and all goals they have. Applying our expertise in web design, commercial printing and email marketing to benefit our partners is what we do best. So, to the following companies, for their lasting and rewarding partnerships–Thank you! Continue Reading →

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Redesigning Texas A&M’s Student Activities Website

Redesigning Texas A&M’s Student Activities Website

Posted on Feb 27, 2015 by Callie Musick

We can’t say enough how thrilled we were to take on this website redesign project for Texas A&M University. For the TAMU Student Activities website, we got our hands dirty right away by putting ourselves in the shoes of the site’s primary audience: the students, particularly – TAMU undergrads. These students needed an intuitive one-stop-shop to quickly gather information, sign-up, and manage the sections they were involved in. Apart from utility, a goal of ours was to update the overall aesthetic appeal of the site showcasing vibrant student life and activities in a way that would make students want to get involved and stay involved.

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Why WordPress is a Win for Non-Profits

Why WordPress is a Win for Non-Profits

Posted on May 27, 2014 by Callie Musick

It’s always our pleasure to work with local non-profit organizations here in Central Texas and learn about their causes. When creating a website for these entities, we often rely on the functionality of WordPress for the back-end framework of our projects. In addition to the features mentioned in our previous blog Why We Use WordPress (And You Should, Too), there are a few components of the vastly popular platform that lend itself specifically to our use for these organizations that largely depend on their digital presence to promote and provide key functions in their mission of helping others.

Here’s 6 reasons WordPress rocks for non-profits:

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