We worked with Terra Firma to hone a new content strategy & develop custom archives for past projects.
Replace Everything features decades of awesome design from our friends at Design Replace – now on tshirts, bags, mugs, phone cases, leggings and more! Best part? 50% of profits go to Minnesota nonprofits.
Food preference matching, subscription billing, and a rotating menu meant Local Crate needed some extra-competent back end development.
We improved search and display of Walker Art Shop’s awesome wares.
Simply Proposed offers a totally unique solution for matching engaged couples and vendors via an online RFP web application.
This nonprofit needed a major aesthetic update at a reasonable price. We were able to customize a pre-built theme for an updated look on a budget.
A new recipe database, vendor map and directory, and a new events calendar helped Mill City Farmers Market reach customers in new ways.
Our web enhancements make it easier for Andrew Zimmern’s fans to find and use his recipes.
With over 50 distinct programs and 60 teaching artists, Urban Gateways needed an information architecture overhaul. Now, visitors can nimbly browse all offerings in one placed based on artistic discipline and program type.
With over 20 years in the biz, Replace Design has a hefty portfolio to showcase. We created and implemented a modular, consistent information architecture that allowed for complex layouts and all media types.
As a writer publishing his debut novels, J. Lloren Quill prioritized a simple but great-looking site on a budget.
Hackwith Design House’s new website improves their browsing and ordering process.
Member portals? We do that, too! Members can log in to their personalized portal and curate Activ8 resources.
With this website, Anselm Academic automated parts of their workflow for fulfilling review copies and improved their browse and search functionality.
A Woocommerce site that sells products celebrating the inventive spirit of Minnesota required a custom plugin for automatic fulfillment.