An Overhaul of CAFD

screenshot cafd2Cloquet Area Fire District wanted to freshen their site and present a more dynamic and interesting home page. We implemented a modern Joomla theme with a large feature scroller, rotating headlines, and a great new look.

ADS Designs

screenshot_adsdesignsTony Steinemann is a good friend who does architectural drafting in the Sauk Rapids area. He needed a simple, yet elegant site to share his accomplishments and design flexibility.

We opted for a Joomla site with a theme that quickly conveys the nature of Tony's business. A scrolling feature on the home page displays some of his projects, and a simple editor interface lets him update the site as he sees fit.

Phil Little Racing

screenshot_plrPhil Little has a well-established business building custom motorcycle and snowmobile parts. He needed to update his site, and he wanted to be able to make changes easily himself.

We put together a great Joomla site with intuitive navigation and some really nice photo features. Virtually every image in the site is clickable, which results in an elegant zooming popup. Keyboard navigation allows easy movement through galleries.

Kloster Commercial Services

Kloster Commercial Services screenshotTwo friends approached me about updating their company's corportate site. They wanted to keep the general feel of their current site but bring in a more modern, cohesive look with a dynamic feature panel and updated content. They also wanted to incorporate several appraisal service forms.

Joomla was selected as the foundation of this site, with a great theme by RocketTheme as a starting point. The result is an elegant, fresh site that the company can edit easily.

Margo Mundi's

screenshot mm2Mary Kay and Suzie Buhs, my mother and sister-in-law, opened a clothing store in 2008. We built them a site on the Joomla CMS platform. They regularly add articles, keeping their customers apprised of new offerings and events.

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