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Lisa at Heritage Culinary Artifacts needed some help getting the online store up for her eclectic shop in Napa’s Oxbow Public Market. We helped her customize her Tumblr site and e-commerce site. We also helped her integrate a Pinterest “Pin It” button.
Data, data, data. That’s what Captricity is all about. Getting data from paper into a useable digital format. While the folks at Captricity worked to put the finishing touches on their application, they relied on us to help them get their marketing site up and running. We all pushed in advance of the 2012 Launch [...]
We teamed up with Dandy Co. (a Seattle-based design studio) to create a custom WordPress theme for Washington Engage.
Leading brand agency, Methodologie, brought us in to develop the Flash portions of the MacArthur Foundation’s 2007 Report on Activities. The Flash pieces included the introduction, A Global Foundation map and the 2007 in Review timeline. We created dynamic pieces to allow for content administrators to easily change the content of each of the pieces.
We created a web application for users to voice their opinions about things in popular culture. We built the concept and the site from the ground up. It’s gone through many revisions and enhancements. It’s our pet project. The community that has been established is passionate and growing. Vigilanteweb created a custom content management system [...]
Helped emerging textile designer launch her web site. We provided the visual design as well as the custom WordPress theme. And we set her up to with an e-commerce platform for her to sell her designs. We worked with Mara to develop a custom HTML email template, as well, to communicate with her customers.
We worked with Evri as they launched their topic-based news reader for the iPad. We worked within the existing WordPress theme and added a custom template that allows Evri to add and edit all the content on their landing page on one easy to use administration page. We also created a custom template to allow Evri to [...]
We developed a custom WordPress theme for LifeCenter Northwest. The site was designed to inform the general public about organ and tissue donation. LifeCenter Northwest launched this site as a rebrand that was masterfully executed by Studio Rayolux.
We’ve been with Golazo from the beginning. We helped them launch their first web site and have been with them ever since. Golazo has grown by leaps and bounds over the last few years. They have worked tirelessly to expand their reach into the fast growing soccer market. They’ve launched a new product line of [...]
We were brought in to lead development on this project by Methodologie. Their team of award-winning designers put together an awesome visual design that we worked with them to implement.
The Number 10 Web Company is a Drupal shop in Seattle that is focused on building scalable, mobile first web applications for their clients. They came to Vigilanteweb for brand development and a responsive web site design. We were happy to help. We designed for mobile first, focusing on the smallest screen they wanted to [...]
Brandworthy is a marketing firm that was looking for a look. We helped them find that look and put it into pixels.
We provided a visual identity and web site design for the newly created PlusBounce web application. We designed the logo to take elements from the Google+ brand, but still have a visual identity of it’s own. For the web site, we wanted to keep it clean and visually explain what the application was all about.
We worked with Focus Technology to design two web sites with a similar look and feel for sister organizations: Service Line Warranties and AWHR. We utilized a similar template structure to ease maintenance on the files.
We were brought in develop a WordPress site for the LEAP program for the Association of American Colleges & Universities (AACU). Since the initial development, we have continued to work with AAC&U to maintain and enhance the site. One of the goals of the site is to create a shared knowledge base of research for [...]
Video production/animation studio The Academy came to us to help them customize a WordPress theme. We helped them install, and tweak a purchased premium theme.
The Pat Downs Foundation needed a site to help them publicize their foundation and help them to increase the fundraising activities.