Brand Simple Consulting

Brand Simple Consulting

When Allen Adamson decided to leave his post as North American chairman for Landor Associates, he needed his own site to promote his new consulting business, as well as current and completed book projects. Read More

LGA Law Firm

LGA Law Firm

When Luke Anderson, a partner at the international law firm of K&L Gates, decided to start his own practice in the Los Angeles area, he needed to build a website. We collaborated on a clean, informative, fully-responsive site with great SEO. Read More

Lutz and Carr

Lutz and Carr

This 64-year-old CPA firm in Manhattan had a site built entirely in Flash. It was invisible to search engines, out-of-date, non-responsive and simply didn’t work on iPads and iPhones. We rebuilt the site and updated all the content in a responsive WordPress theme. Read More

Brooklyn Beer and Soda

Brooklyn Beer and Soda

Brooklyn Beer and Soda’s site on Wordpress.com was years out of date and had basically been left for dead. In the spring of 2014, we resuscitated the patient, rebuilding the site with a new responsive theme that looks great on any screen and integrating social media channels. Read More

Flatiron Communications and The Flack

Flatiron Communications and The Flack

Peter Himler, a longtime PR professional with his own firm and blog, wanted to upgrade Flatiron Communication’s WordPress site and move his blog, The Flack, from Blogger to WordPress. We customized a fully responsive theme for his business, transferred more than 1,700 blog posts to WordPress, and redirected each Blogger post to its WordPress twin. As a result, he retained the SEO strength he’d built up over his nearly nine years of blogging. Read More

Tower Elevator

Tower Elevator

For Tower Elevator, I found the right design, built the site from scratch, mapped the existing domain to the new site, wrote and edited the copy, optimized the site for search engines, and trained the staff on how to make changes. We even hired a top-notch photographer, Robert Caplin, to shoot the owners. Read More

Dutch Boy Burger

Dutch Boy Burger

Dutch Boy Burger on Franklin Avenue in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, had been open for years with just a static placeholder page. It was well past time to build out the restaurant’s online brand when I took on the job. Read More

Franklin Park

Franklin Park

Franklin Park, the bar that started the revitalization of Franklin Ave. in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, was desperately in need of a new site when I approached the owner, Matt Roff, about rebuilding it. The result is a lively and visually arresting site that has become a highly trafficked hub for the bar’s popular reading series. Read More