We developed this website for the Lookout Mountain Observatory Association in Del Norte, Colorado
The Association is a small Not-For-Profit group that is seeking to restore the telescope and observatory that graced the mountaintop outside town in the 1800s.
Their website is designed to attract members by telling the history of the telescope and highlighting their ongoing educational programs.
Jack Sims, a marketing and branding guru, is Founder and CEO of Attainable, Sustainable Business Growth
For this project we shot video and edited it with existing footage to produce the Flash presentations on the site.
We also helped Jack find just the right professional voiceover talent to accent his message.
We provided technical consulting throughout the development of the site.
This site was used to tell the story of a historic family ranch in Pagosa Springs, Colorado that was being parceled for sale.
This site was one of the first we developed, nearly 10 years ago.
As such, it relied heavily on the technologies that were available at that time.
Yet, as you click through its pages you'll see some of the thorough historic research and custom photography that has become our brand.
This website is used to attract new clients for a custom builder in Portland, Oregon.
This client wanted a clean and simple, yet visually striking
site to showcase his custom construction business.
To draw traffic to the site we placed key search words on the home page so they didn't distract from the look he wanted.
Clicking the thumbnail will take you to a page of images that reflects the sophisticated presentation method we use.
The San Luis Valley Museum Association website highlights the history and culture of south central Colorado.
This site is one of our early projects, developed under a grant to the Not-For-Profit museum association.
Yet, because of its design and rich content the site still draws thousands of visitors each day.
We spent months driving through the valley taking custom photographs and gathering historical content for this project.