Client Gallery

Below are various examples of website builds for current clients.

We hope you find our portfolio helpful. We build to our client’s specifications so contact us today for a consultation and free quote.

Municipalities
The City of Bessemer City, NC

The City of Bessemer City, NC

Bessemer City

The current build of the Bessemer City website was released in late 2015.

The city uses it as an online hub giving citizens numerous ways to stay in touch and learn about current news, announcements, and events.

The Town of Stanley, NC

The Town of Stanley, NC

Stanley

The current Stanley town website build went online in mid-2016. Constantly updated with news and announcements; Stanley uses their website and social media to push information out to their citizens very effectively. The website is concise and easily navigable.

Other related municipal and community websites:

The Bessemer City Community Garden

The Bessemer City Community Garden

The Town of Stanley, NC Police Department

The Town of Stanley, NC Police Department

The Bessemer City Area Chamber of Commerce

Bessemer City Area Chamber of Commerce

Directories / Portals

Gaston Eats

Gaston Eats

A popular Gaston County locally-owned restaurant directory. Almost 300 restaurants listed with reviews, ratings, photos and other elements.

Supported by a Facebook group with over 15,000 local members. 

MyGaston

My Gaston

Community event calendar.

Uses an import plugin allowing automated imports of Facebook page events to help populate and maintain the event listings. 

 

Online directory and magazine covering independent record stores in North & South Carolina.

Vinyl Carolina

Vinyl Carolina

Online directory and magazine covering independent record stores in North & South Carolina.

OMJ! One Man’s Junk

OMJ! One Man’s Junk

Social selling site. Uses a customized Social Engine portal and includes free and paid memberships for online sales, auctions, and social networking interactivity. OMJ! was one of the first “Viral” Facebook-based online selling hives, with local county groups having nearly 100,000 members each.