You have better things to do than struggle with technology
Northern Wisconsin residents Ray & Kevin wanted a complete overhaul of their website, CootsUnlimited.com. They needed a site they could maintain themselves and that included a forum for paying members. In addition, we set up a newsletter service for them using MailChimp and created video tutorials to help members navigate the sign up process and for Ray & Kevin to manage the site.
First Light Health needed a custom WordPress theme to match their existing site exactly. Everyone was very pleased with the result.
Brick Oven Mobile Catering needed a simple friendly-looking site for customers looking for their brick pizza oven on wheels to cater their events.
Scifi author Errol Barr engaged us to build his website as part of our support for his indie publishing.
Ed Kellner wrote a children’s story called “Sidney, the Uncommon Squirrel” and wanted a website where he could sell his book. He wanted a very simple site without a blog and a page where the book could be purchased via Pay Pal. We were pleased to give Sidney, the Uncommon Squirrel a home on the internet after our sister company, Someday Box, helped Ed self-publish his book.
Our site is a custom WordPress theme.
Providing authors social media marketing services, Ausoma is our primary business currently. This is a highly customized WordPress theme.
Many small business owners need modified versions of existing graphics or special images for their marketing; covers for ebooks, business cards, and other graphics.
Logos should clearly convey your image to prospective clients. They can range from conservative to colorful, simple to complex.
Virtual assistant Collette Schultz wanted something bright and cheerful for her new business name.
Natalie Conrad of Organized Habits needed a special logo for print and web use (left) based on her existing company logo (right)
Our own logo is uncomplicated, with a sense of humor.