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I’m thrilled to announce the launch of a new website for Kelly Swails, whose business Birth Devi is a maternity services and yoga teacher training company in Yonkers, New York and serves families in the tri-state area.
Like many of my clients, Kelly wanted a website that had a different feel from what is common in her field. So, choices of imagery, colors and style were incredibly important. We worked through a number of drafts, and once we hit on the key image for homepage, the visuals just came together.
I couldn’t be more excited to launch a new online presence for my client Canby Rental & Equipment. CRE is a three-generation family owned business in my small hometown on Canby, Oregon. It’s a business focused on sales, rentals and service of small equipment–everything from Stihl chainsaws to tractors to weed whackers. I’ve know the now-owner, Matt, for many years, thanks to high school English class and it was a blast taking their website in a brand new direction that you’re unlikely to see from another small equipment company.
Their previous site was functional, but didn’t represent their growing business and wasn’t mobile friendly (a common story). Also, because the business had grown, it didn’t represent the breadth of sales/services/rentals the company offered, nor did it allow them to grow the site as needed (also a common issue). Using a simple content management system like Squarespace was a big step forward for CRE, and I’m excited to see where Matt takes his website and business in the coming years!