We are proud to present several of our favorite clients and the work we’ve done for them.
McAllister + Foltz Architecture, P.C.
The folks at McAllister + Foltz continue to push our comfort zones. Just when we find ourselves proud of our work, we get a glimpse of M+F projects and realize that break-time is over, time to stop 'resting on our laurels' and get back to pushing some new boundaries. Take a peak, but be careful, you might just find yourself challenged to up your own game, whatever that may be.
Gardner Construction Corporation
Having worked with Gardner Construction first-hand, it was a proud day when we were asked to redo their website. Whether you are a contractor looking for work, a homeowner looking to start that renovation or a passer-by just looking for some information, this site has a contact form specifically for you. As well it boasts previous and ongoing projects for your viewing pleaseure.
LandCraft Lawn Care, LLC
Christine and Brent approached us to develop the website for their new business in January of 2018. Weeks later the site was up and running, showing off there many lawn care services. We were also privileged to create their logo for them. The site offers a detailed contact form so LandCraft Lawn Care will know exactly what services the prospective client is interested in.
An eclectic collection of high-end paints, artwork, furniture and other design elements ready for the discerning palette (sorry, we couldn't resist). We provide multiple levels of support for this client whose artful insight has elevated our own design expectations.
Sports Car Workshops
Originally Sports Car Workshops needed a website to let folks know what they do, where they do it and how to get in touch with them. As their business grew, so did their online requirements. In its current iteration we have added an engine for selling cars online. Not ordinary everyday cars but truly excellent vintage and specialty sports cars.
Having worked with Quenton for years on the Midlothian Day Parade website, it has always been a pleasure to work with Quenton on his own website featuring a detailed work order form providing him useful information when a client connects with him through his site.
This was easily the largest website we've ever worked with. Weighing in at over 30 gigs, this behemoth needed to migrate from a Drupal content management system to a WordPress environment. After months of research and testing we finally took the plunge. Within 6 months the site had launched, fully in tact with improved features allowing the church much great control over its own content.
This outstanding organization gives ladies across the country a chance to express their shared enthusiasm for all things shotgun related. This site allows them to easily manage its many members as well as its many chapters.
Acres of Fun Kennel
Acres of Fun Kennel has been around since 1986, we have been with AofFK since 2010. The owners of AofFK are terrific with keeping up their Facebook page. This has been a great way to let the community know just how knowledgeable they are and passionate they are in caring for your pet.
Salisbury Presbyterian Preschool
The Salisbury Presbyterian Preschool website began as a modest portal for posting general information. It has grown to allow administrators to change content as it sees fit, even on a daily basis. One interesting feature of this site is the old-school style notepad which runs along the right side of many of the pages. This is where you can find frequently updated information.
Astoria needed a website to get its message out there as well as provide a means of connecting with existing and prospective clients. The information provided on Astoria’s website changes infrequently giving its clientele confidence they can access this information whenever they need to and it will be where they last found it.
Va Yacht Club
Like so many other club websites, the Virginia Yacht Club website originally needed a simple presence online to make available their mission, location and contact information. But as mobile devices became more prevalent and useful, the Yacht Club realized it could leverage the internet to handle many group management tasks better online then they could offline. We have outfitted the Yacht Club's website with a complete membership...
Mark Gormus Photography
Mark is one of the best known photographers in Virginia. His work can be seen daily in the Richmond Times Dispatch and nationally when the Associated Press picks up one of his gems. You will discover that many, if not most of his shots would make wonderful paintings. Maybe there is more to photography than just clicking? We would like to say the same about our own work.