Ada First United Methodist Church needed a website update that would allow (especially mobile) users to find out important information about the church without being inundated with irrelevant or outdated content. We took some photos of their incredible church that we used as the foundation of the site design.
The Arkansas-Oklahoma Railroad is a family-owned business who operates 135 miles of track between Howe and Midwest City, OK (running straight through the heart of McAlester).
Like many of our clients, the folks at A-OK were using a website they’d had for years that had one major flaw – it wasn’t mobile-friendly. In 2022, when estimates place mobile at over 54% of all internet traffic, businesses can’t afford to have a website that’s inaccessible to the majority of internet users. We came to help.
The team at Crossfit McAlester wanted a refresh on their site that was more tailored to potential members. We added some fresh testimonials, pics of smiling coaches, and a customized form allowing users to confidently ask for more information regardless of their current fitness level.
We put “pen” to “paper” to give the fledgling Dancing Rabbit Music Festival an organic, familiar feel. In addition to the branding and logo designs, we created an “interactive show poster” website where users could find out more about the individual musical acts and get information about the concerts.
This newly remodeled event venue and office in Downtown McAlester needed a website, logo, and photography that would show off the character of the space and give users a clear path to booking events. We were happy to help.
With their old website, local attorneys Gotcher & Beaver were paying a whole lotta cash for a whole lotta nothin’. We cleaned everything up and highlighted the important parts of their practice while giving prospective clients a clear path to initial contact.
When Dr. John David Cotton shared the Hospice of McAlester mission with us, we knew they were the type of community-serving organization whose work we love to support.
Taryn and Morgan, owners of Harper & Grey House, reached out to us as they were planning their new Shopify site. They were looking for a way to make their brand stand out, reworking their logos and replacing stock product photography with high-quality photos of their own models. We took the bones of their new theme and added a floating sub-category sidebar as well as nuanced on-brand elements and modifications throughout the site, creating an online space as clean and classy as their brick and mortar location.
After we created Josh’s branding for his new insurance agency, we decided to create a website with two goals: 1. get new quote requests, and 2. save administration time. We created a straightforward experience that allows users to easily request a quote for different types of insurance and packages that information into pre-filled PDF forms for Josh’s team to easily process on the backend.
McAlester Country Club had a website that did not do justice to the beauty of their property and course. We partnered with Hummingbird Aerials to create a more intuitive and responsive site that captures the best of MCC.
McAlester Stockyards have been family-owned since 1974. Their old website was slow to load, and didn’t provide a way to easily post new market reports and special sales beyond embedding a Google Doc. We built custom post types for each to make both the administration and user experience faster, easier, and more pleasant on both desktop and mobile devices.
In early 2021, Northwest Arkansas artisan Bo Dutton had cultivated a robust Facebook community of makers in NWA. He wanted a highly-searchable web directory where makers could easily register and add their business information as well as show off specific products. We were happy to help.
When Dr. Jesse Patton took over Renegar Animal Hospital in June 2019, he decided that part of the updates needed to make the business his own was a fresh brand and company website. We were happy to work with him to create a design that would give customers easy access to information as well as highlight his specialized services.
Providence Church in Austin TX came to us with a site design that needed to be developed with care and attention to detail. We created custom structures for different kinds of content and media as well as some specifically-requested animations and page transitions to give it that last “je ne sais quoi”.
When we sat down with Scott to discuss the need for a new website that would better represent this truly multi-faceted ministry, it became clear that the sky was the limit for his vision, and he needed a design partner who could keep up.
Spaceship Earth Coffee Co. needed a site redesign after changing up their packaging and overall aesthetic. We were more than happy to oblige.