Category Archives : Websites


Ship Copy & More

As a small, local print and shipping shop, Ship Copy & More was far from web-savvy. Their website showed it. Their 5-page, fresh out of the 90′s look was torn down to create a newly stylized and thoroughly navigable site with service listings, a price calculator and even new Facebook-based coupon deals. Along with the […]

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Zero Lift Task Force for NYS

The Zero Lift Task Force for NYS website design called for a website that would be professional in appearance while having the ability to be consistantly updatdated with ease. With the capacity to and remove add their own pdfs, change pages, add and remove pages and add graphics and videos, the interface gave the Zero-Lift staff exactly […]


Every Student Present

    Every Student Present is a website devoted to the reduction of chronic absence in schools across New York State. This government website was created under timely expectations where the design goals were driven by the style of the hand logo. All sub-pages, charts and tabbed items were designed with the idea that all […]

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St Sophia Greek Orthodox Church

St Sophia Greek Orthodox Church in Albany, NY was in the need of an upgrade for their original, stagnant website. They had been using HTML for years – the updates to the news, events and gallery had gotten to be too much for them. The website also wasn’t capable of keeping up with the needs of […]


Plummer & Wigger

Plummer & Wigger, a governmental advocacy agency in downtown Albany, needed an update to their look. As a representative of many high level clients, their look needed to be clean and concise – letting their clients shine instead of themselves. A client logo rotation on their homepage, their success stories and services were the main […]

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Open Budget NY

OpenBudgetNY.gov was a government website created for the public to see the data from the Division of Budget of New York State. The graphics had to be simple, straightforward and unmistakable. While the charts and other information were an important part of the site, a great deal went into enhancing the style and bringing life […]