Sequoyah Council Powder Horn

  • responsive design
  • information architecture

The client for this project had very tight timing deadlines. In order to meet their needs, we used GitHub Pages and Twitter Bootstrap to quickly iterate through design goals and develop a finished product as soon as possible. Scaffolding the site in this manner allowed us to bend a well-authored framework to the client’s needs without having to spend precious development time reinventing the wheel.

LTB Photography

  • information architecture
  • responsive design
  • site redesign

Lori Thomas has been taking pictures as LTB Photography since 2012. When she approached us about a redesign, we knew right away her beautiful pictures should take center stage. We developed a simple layout and grey color scheme to ensure her photography would be prominently featured.

Merit Badge University

  • information architecture
  • responsive design
  • user experience

Merit Badge University is a yearly event designed to assist Boy Scouts in completing badges they may otherwise have difficulty completing on their own. This year, the Sequoyah Council wanted to modernize and streamline their registration process. We built a front-end that enabled Scoutmasters to easily add scouts and adults to courses. Both Scoutmasters and event administrators were also able to print full reports for their units, making it easy to track attendance, payment, and other information about the event.

Shiloh View Property

  • responsive design

The client for this project needed a small website to advertise the sale of a piece of property. We aimed for a design that is reminiscent of a posting you might see in a newspaper: simple, clean, and straight to the point.

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