We canâ€™t really think of anything we love more than to take a good looking site and make it mobile friendly!Â We recently had the opportunity to work with Primary Care Alliance to do just that!We kept the clean look and feel pretty much the same as their previous site, with a couple new upgrades. Using the Wharton Theme, we were able to mirror a great deal of the features they had on their old site, including the right sidebar on every page. On PCAâ€™s previous Frequently Asked Questions page, site visitors had to scroll through a number of pages to get through all the questions.
As a Utah based company, we were pumped to work on a project for the upcoming Sundance Film Festival. SundanceTV
needed a custom WiFi portal to hook visitors up with free wireless
access at the SFF. Â We made a custom portal that integrates with the
Unifi Wireless hot spot system that our partner IT company
set up for them.
Great Basin came to us with an interesting challenge…. they liked their old site, overall. But they wanted some things that everyone should have–mobile functionality and the ability to add content and imagery themselves.
An up and coming author here in Utah put together their website using SquareHook last year. Â RuthAnne Snow wanted her site really basic, with a little teaser for her book.
When GOTHAM was released, RuthAnne decided to switch up her CLEAN CANVAS Theme for one of our latest templates.
Everyone has access to the Internet, right?Â But what about Intranet?Â Wait…. there’s a difference?Â We can all agree that the names should have been slightly different, as to not confuse the masses, but what are you gonna do?
Let’s explain first, what an Intranet is. Â It is a network belonging specifically to an organization or company, that is only accessible by it’s internal employees, members, or other administration.
We know a lot of colleges and universities are now requiring ePortfolios for their students. Â Why?Â Because they are hoping that student portfolios becomes more than a collection of resources, assignments, or demonstrations. Â Schools are hoping that it can become a great source for students to share work and ideas, receive feedback, and in a way be a source for career preparation and a way to document successes and credentials.
We are absolutely in love with our theme Love. Â We knew the possibilities were endless when we came up with this theme, and our developers saw an opportunity to give people a very exciting, yet simple, dark theme…. enter Gotham.
Our clients over at Utah Pain Relief Institute had a fun challenge for us. Â Their vision of what they wanted their site to look like was truly a test of what our tool can do! They wanted a certain look and feel that could be converted into a website that looked great on a mobile device.
We added a sidebar drop down as their secondary navigation to the left, so the background images could be showed off, and make the user experience a little easier to navigate.
The more we spotlight some of our websites, the more we are like, ‘daaaaaaang!’ Our Yoko theme is way popular amongst our SquareHook team and our clients. Â We’ve used it for painters, landscapers, snocone huts, exercise equipment company, and more!
YOKO’s simplicity makes it really easy to adjust and style to suit your needs. Â After showing web samples and discussing the look and feel for Las Vegas business RoadHouse Seats, it was pretty clear that YOKO would be a great contender.