October 2020 Newsletter

October 1, 2020

This month, we take a closer look at launches for a nonprofit, a law firm, and an economic development group – with topical blog posts to match! Subscribe to our newsletter for more updates like this one, and read what we've sent in the past in our newsletter archives


Hello Friends!

And suddenly, it’s Fall! We’re grateful to be settling into cooler weather and new routines as we continue to build dynamic websites for clients far and wide. 

Keep on reading for a glance at some recent projects and top picks from our blog. And as usual, don’t hesitate to reach out to us with questions, feedback, or great ideas – we’d love to be in touch!


Brown & James

Brown & James is a leading midwestern law firm with a team of over a hundred experienced attorneys. Their new website prioritizes ease-of use with connected content, a custom PDF generator, and an endlessly adaptable WordPress setup. Read more about the project in our case study.

First Nations Development Institute

Operating from offices in Colorado and New Mexico, First Nations is a nonprofit that supports Native American communities with programming, grants, technical assistance, and advocacy work. Their updated web presence incorporates content-rich program hubs and a custom grants database that caters directly to user needs. Since launch, we’ve also developed two additional microsites for key FDNI initiatives. Read about each of these platforms and more in our case study.

Culpeper County Economic Development

Located outside of Washington, D.C., Culpeper County is a flourishing region that showcases the best of what Virginia has to offer. Our very good friends at Liaison Design led the design work and we headed up the development phase. The result: an economic development website that highlights important information about jobs, lifestyle, and core industries within a modern, polished design. Read more in our case study.

Chief Justice Cheri Beasley for NC Supreme Court

Clancy & Theys Construction

Tewa Women United



Supporting a Retailer’s Pivot to eCommerce and Curbside Pickup

Over the past few months, the retail scene has dramatically shifted towards virtual and low-contact shopping. Like many, run-specialty retailer Fleet Feet took this change in stride by implementing new modes of service and updating their existing eCommerce setup. Read on to learn how their new programs work behind the scenes. 


Twelve Common Features of a Modern Law Firm Website

More and more, our law firm clients are embracing modern features that pave the way for intuitive, technologically sophisticated websites. Read our guide for examples and explanations of the elements that we see the most. 


What to Include in a Nonprofit Website RFP

A comprehensive RFP gets any project off to the right start. For nonprofits, RFPs should include a few additional elements that you might be leaving out. We outline them all on the blog. 


Designing a Great Economic Development Website

The most effective economic development websites balance unique local character and highly informative content. Read on for our thoughts on ED best practices, trends, and more. 

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