We just launched rutterdudley.com. A residential and commercial asphalt company in Bowling Green, Ohio.
Rutter & Dudley also have a large number of rentals for the students at BGSU.
The original rentals web page left a lot to be desired. Information and photos were hard to digest:
While developing the website for their primary focus of asphault and paving services, we also developed a family brand for their Rental Properties. A logo, web page complete with an ecommerce approach of presenting the properties and information. No more tricky and timely updating through the third party supplier. The best part? The client can maintain this as easy as typing a Word document, it keeps them organized, and improves efficiency. You can view the full site at rutterdudleyrentals.com. The resulting website:
Stacey Weckstein of Weston, Florida has been a long time client of ours. We’ve been able to watch her grow over the past few years. Recently, she’s found success in a niche of providing a streamlined approach for wellness business professionals that allows them to step up a level in health and organization. From this, Fuel Your Success Today was born. We worked with Stacey to provide a logo as well as a website presence that combines audio, video, MP3 giveaway, and social networking to push her services and a retail option to allow sales of her latest published works. The best part? Her team can manage it easily through a WordPress based CMS. In other words — in less time than it takes her just to send us a list of updates, they are done.
We worked with NAMI Wood County to create a site that accomplished a number of goals: enhanced their brand, reach out to more individuals, provide easy to find information for both the public and volunteers. But most importantly, provide accessible information for those with disabilities.
There are a lot of technology barriers for the disabled. Did you know that if you are a Federal agency you are by law required to have a Section 508 compliant site? Even with this 1998 amendment it has yet to become a truly enforced standard – leaving the disabled without fair access to information.
Private web sites not receiving federal funds do not need to comply to Section 508, however it is a good industry practice and a voluntary standard called W3C was created for the lack of enforcement.
NAMI Wood County’s website is both Section 508 and W3C Compliant. Additional features include newsletter integration, blog, social networking, and shopping cart.