Dynasty Construction is a Michigan-based family owned company that deals in interior and exterior renovations. This was a fairly large project for us as we needed to focus on a wide area of their services. The good news was that the client was extremely cooperative and supported us right from the beginning.
The client’s trust in our design abilities helped us move forward. However, the greatest challenge we faced was uploading images to the Gallery page, which would feature the ‘before’ and ‘after’ effect. With several iterations, we finally got the Gallery page featuring images from completed projects up and running.
Since Dynasty Construction offers myriad services such as framing, fixture installations, painting, plaster, power washing, etc., we thought of creating a blog that would feature our client’s work in each segment and provide updates on their latest projects.
Right from the outset, Infraterra Media was very clear about their goal – they needed a simple yet elegant website which would speak for itself. To sum up, the design would be such that people would know what they are into without even looking at the content.
Their requirements were categorized into two phases. Phase 1 focused on getting a simple website live and then analyze the business returns. Phase 2 involved adding features like a payment gateway into the website. However, the success of Phase 1 would determine the implementation of Phase 2.
A little twist in the tale was not designing the website but designing a good logo. After some trials and revisions, the client was very happy with the final logo design. The next round of discussions introduced us to the tools of brand and campaign awareness. Our designers figured out that focusing on aesthetics was key to success in this case. Our designers effortlessly blended some of their marketing practices into their website.
OrangeSheep Research stands tall on the able shoulders of Katie Spreadbury. Her business which focuses on small business market research and she wanted a website to speak the language of the skill and the hard work she had put into establishing the business. She wanted a design to convey her business goals and our designers did a great job to deliver according to her requirements.
Katie approached us for a brand new website design. She had started in 2016 with a very basic website but was not attracting the right audience. She was also looking for a backend platform which would help her add, edit, and delete content. Katie also wanted to elevate the services on offer but did not how to go about it.