Stallion Funding, a hard money / bridge lending
business located in Austin, Texas came to 26design with the
challenge of building a clean, informational, and easy to
navigate website before the start of their first radio
advertisements. The website was completed with a few days to
spare, and as a result business is on the rise. Implementing clean
, and a
-based contact form, this first
round will serve as a basis for the next rounds to come, which
will include more dynamic elements.
View more: Stallion Funding
Cedar Park Tech Chiropractic Clinic
With his constant eye on future technologies and chiropractic
methods, combined with a desire to reach out to his community of patients,
Doc Steuerwald, DC
was in need of a website to provide announcements and information
about his Chiropractic Clinic. 26design stepped up to fully design and
develop a clean, easy to use, and friendly website where downloadable forms,
and other background information are easily accessible, helping patients
research the methods and inspirations behind Cedar Park Tech Chiropractic Clinic.
By fully integrating a "Points to Ponder" blog (powered by Wordpress), and by
implementing clean PHP
, and a dynamic contact
form, more patients will be attracted to this already buoyant Chiropractic Clinic.
View more: Cedar Park Tech Chiropractic Clinic
Complete Clothing, an urban apparel boutique shop in downtown
Austin, hired 26design to develop a front-end web presence to complement
its well established blog presence. Complete Clothing relies on its loyal
customer base and word of mouth, and by working with 26design the website
features a dynamic Flash intro, along with forms to join the email
distribution list and to contact the store. Technologies used include
Austin Martial Arts Festival
To better promote this martial arts festival's first year, its website
needed a hefty revision. By using some already developed PHP elements and web pages,
removing other unnecessary web elements (html tables, etc.), and working with Ross
Henderson, Web Committee Director of the Austin Martial Arts Festival, the AMAF
website was completely recreated, recoded, and redesigned using:
, flyout navigation links,
and newer, cleaner HTML
Noble Development Group
To introduce this Commercial Real Estate Development
Group to the CRE world, the the Noble Development Group website presents
services offered by the company by displaying property listings, the property
portfolio, company information, and the latest company-related news, all
in a clean, tight design.
Bess Hummel Photography
Implementing a simple, yet stylish design, this Austin photographer's
website was redesigned entirely. Making sure the photos remained the number one
reason for visiting (and returning to) the site, the objective was clear from the first sketches
to the final product.
View more: Bess Hummel Photography
26design recently finalized the complete redesign of this Central Texas
Custom Home Builder's website. Keeping an already established web prescence and general
branding, 26design gave the company a renewed online identity, helping to keep a
professional, yet customer-oriented feel to draw in even more potential customers.
View more: Robertson Homes
Now "Award Winning!"
As part of a collaborative team, 26design helped design
and develop a Holiday E-card for the University of Texas at Austin's Division of Continuing
and Extended Education. It has now been modified, but the original version recently won a
University Continuing Education Association (UCEA) 2005 Marketing and Publications Gold Award
in the E-Communication category.
View more: Christmas E-card