A new MakerSpace is coming to Thurston County and it’s located in Lacey, WA. They needed a website to communicate their mission, recruit volunteers, solicit donations, and keep the community updated on the progress of the project. The logo and branding guidelines were completed by a local graphic design company who also is a member of the Steering Committee and Executive Committee so color choices were already completed.
To keep the project budget friendly, the site was built on a Genesis Child theme with customizations to match the branding book and to accommodate the logo design.
I also offered consulting on content and wording to improve the messaging.
The Lacey MakerSpace is a new no-profit entity with the goal of building personal skills and fostering entrepreneurship. Kelli Wise did a great job creating our website. She asked good questions and steered us toward more effective tools. We continue to seek her advice on how we can improve our outreach. We’re very satisfied.
Graeme Sackrison, Chair, Lacey MakerSpace
Hybrid Pain Relief
A massage and movement therapist needed a website redesign. They wanted a clean, professional look with a fixed “Book Now” button. They also wanted to highlight client testimonials to demonstrate how effective their work is. They also wanted to embed videos and links for continuing educations classes.
The home page also features the name of the services with a roll over effect that describes what the service is. We used high quality photos for the home page section backgrounds.
Kelli … did an incredible job with our website. She listened to what we were looking for – offered ideas and thoughts to help cultivate our vision – and then executed it beautifully. We are constantly receiving amazing feedback on both the visual appeal as well as user-ability. We’d recommend Pint Sized Pints to anyone. Thank you!!!
Justin Kobbe Solace
Boys & Girls Clubs of Washington State
This is the association of all of the Boys & Girls Clubs in Washington State. Their website was in need of an update. The Executive director wanted a fresh look and improved functionality and she wanted to continue using WordPress.
The most pressing need was to have the redesign completed in less than 4 weeks!
Many Journeys MCC
This project was a complete redesign for the Many Journeys MCC church in San Mateo, CA. They had designs and development had begun but their web developer quit unexpectedly.
The project had a very short development schedule and everything was completed on time to the client’s requirements.
I needed our church website created on a very short timeline and Kelli jumped in and made it happen even faster than I asked. The site was exactly what we wanted and the ongoing technical support has been great! – Irene Laudeman
Middletown Fall Creek Library
This library in Indiana was ready for a website redesign. The goal was to create a site that was mobile friendly, and would offer all the critical information their patrons needed. We created a clean, professional site that their community loves.
Kelli Wise developed a new website for our library. We wanted a mobile platform and were thoroughly happy with the results. She responded immediately to all questions and concerns, explaining things every step in the process. We feel so lucky to have found her. Our website is stunning.
Thank you, Kelli!
Teresa Dennis, Director Middletown/Fall Creek Twp Public Library
Four Corners Alliance for Diversity
This site started as a WordPress.com site, which meant that we had to export the old site data and content and design a new WordPress website for them. The logo was derived from the Durango Pride poster artwork the client supplied. Their event photographer sent a thumb drive of photos to use in the banners for each page.
We embedded their Google calendar so their community can keep up with what’s happening. We also provided some consulting and editing on the site content to make it more valuable to their users.
Tour de Lacey
This was a new website design for a fundraising project in Lacey, WA that raised money for the Boys & Girls Club of Thurston County.
The project included a full, grounds up design, content consulting, and a little bit of photography of the venue and the routes.