Client: Modern Drywall
Modern Drywall is celebrating their 60th anniversary of business this year and in celebration they decided to launch a new site, that is when we got the call. Modern has such an extensive portfolio that really needed to be showcased! We set them up on our simplified site management, put together a Blog and a portfolio viewing area that is sure to wow. These guys are true professionals and a pleasure to work with. Get in there and check out the site!
Client: Coeur d’ Alene Association of Realtors
Knocked out a new site for the Realtor Association over there in Coeur d’ Alene Idaho. I know I always say “I am pretty excited about the way this one turned out”, but I am pretty excited about the way this one turned out. We have all kinds of things happening within this site. We grabbed an API from FLEX MLS to populate much of the information so this baby is constantly updating without a single click. The properties are running on our new “Picnic” software, which we are mighty proud of. If you are a Realtor, get in there and check it out… we would love to get you set up!
Client: Studio Fit
Just rolled out a new site for a small Fitness Studio in the Spokane Valley called Studio Fit. We decided to take a little bit of a different approach on this one than we are used to, and we have to say we are pretty stoked on the results. This site uses large images on every page for the background but still loads faster than you can say “wow, that loaded fast!”.
Get in there and check it out, she is running on node.js.
Client: Zac Scott
We are proud to announce our new Realtor targeted software for the web, “Picnic”! Zac Scott was kind enough to allow us to create him a site based on this unproven product and we couldn’t be happier with the results! With Picnic, Zac has the ability to upload his listings, have them syndicate to a number of other top rated real estate web sites, and then track the results of online viewing.
Picnic will be available to all who would like to use it in the very near future! Stay tuned…
Client: Ugly Fish
Probably the hippest joint we have worked for. Ugly Fish Asian Bistro is a new sushi / Asian Restaurant out there in Coeur d’ Alene, Idaho. Bin has done a great job on the interior, seriously unreal! Lobsters in the walls that change colors… the walls not the lobsters. Anyway, go check it out, you won’t be disappointed.
The site itself is not too shabby either, if I don’t say so myself. We utilized some new technologies, integrated a content management system and tried are damnedest to design a hip site for a hip joint.
Client: Osborne Chiropractic
Dan Osborne opened up a new Chiropractic facility out in Liberty Lake and we got the call for his new logo, in-house print materials, exterior back-lit-sign and a quick one page site. I am happy with the way this one turned out… It was fun to see such a simple idea end up looking so complex. The beauty of modern medicine!
Moral of the story is, your site does not need to be the next Ebay to give us a call, big or small we handle them all!
Richardson’s old website was outdated, had a lot of coding bugs and next to no information about the company. They called up Brandon and I in desperate need of some modernization. The first thing we did was talked about what they would like to see as far as functionality, information and some of their goals for the site. We were lucky enough to have free reign on aesthetics, just the way we like it, so combining the information gathered with a stunning design both Tom and the two of us couldn’t be happier with the results.
Client: Patricia Mullen
Patricia Mullen is a local behavior specialist. She contacted ZM to put together a new identity package along with the site you are viewing here. The real magic of this one is the back end system we put together for her! She has the ability to track client progress, view various certificates associated with each client as well as manage her day to day operations. Real proud of this one!
Client: Meadow Wood
Meadow Wood is a Spokane County Course. Liberty Lake Golf Course (right across the street) is another County Course that just received a $6 Million dollar redesign. Needless to say, Meadow Wood needed to step up their online presence to compete with it. We were brought on to deliver a aesthetically pleasing site equipped with helicopter fly by’s of each hole and the whole nine yards. This was a fun project to work on!
Client: Glen Dow Academy
An award winning Cosmetology Academy deserves a gorgeous site. I wish I could post before and afters of this one up here. Remember the haircuts of the eighties? Well, that is what was featured… imagine recruiting a young hipster ready to turn the industry upside down with that type of marketing, no going to happen. We went for a fashion show type of approach, whites and grays for a subtle backdrop and full color images that jump off the page. This site is also fully equipped with ZMCMS so they have full control of content as well as some custom designed applications to help run their day to day operations.
Client: AE Consulting
This site is geared toward new teachers. Gini wanted something she could update with lesson plans and other resources for her followers. She also wanted to be able to capture user information for future marketing efforts. We designed the site so people could receive her free updates by filling out a brief form and signing up for her mailing list. This allows her to get her materials out to the people that can use them, it also helps her create a client list for marketing.
Client: Gordon Finch
With the housing market in the state that it is in it was important for Gordon to really showcase his work and what he can build for his clients. We were hired to handle all the photography of some of his proudest homes as well as organize the tours, and design a site that could knock the socks off his potential clients. We added in a blog and “current construction” page so Gordon could keep out-of-state clients up to date with the progress of their homes.
Client: Zyph Realtors
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