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Tourism Website Design Inspiration

By Beth Leipholtz / April 14, 2018 / 0 Comments

Often while in the planning stages of a vacation, travelers will look to a state or city’s website to determine if it is a place they’d be invested in visiting. The way a website presents what its location has to offer can sway whether or not someone chooses to visit. When it comes to tourism, a […]

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Using the City of Alexandria website on a laptop

City Of Alexandria Website Redesign

By Tyler Golberg / March 26, 2018 / 0 Comments

The City of Alexandria website helps connect residents, visitors, and businesses with the information they need – simply put. Information can range from upcoming city council meetings to permits for builders. The cities goal for the website is to make sure people can find what they need quickly and easily. The Challenge The website is […]

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New Team Member: Meet Whitney!

By Rachel Golberg / March 19, 2018 / 0 Comments

Whitney Fischer, a native of Chokio, Minn., has recently joined CYBERsprout as a Website Designer. Fischer has a degree in Marketing from Southwest Minnesota State University, with a minor in Graphic Design. Since graduating, she has worked in many different roles, including project management for a boutique design agency in Minneapolis and marketing for a […]

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Top Travel Website Design Ideas

By Tyler Golberg / March 16, 2018 / 0 Comments

Looking for some for the best travel website design ideas for your next creation? I’ve hand-picked some of the most inspiring and intriguing designs from all over the world. These range from tourism websites to travel guides to airline booking engines. Enjoy! Wild Atlantic Way The Irish website features strong visuals with a rich mega […]

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Central Lakes Trail Website

Central Lakes Trail Website

By Tyler Golberg / December 30, 2017 / 0 Comments

Central Lakes Trail Website The Central Lakes Trail is a popular path for cyclists traveling between Fergus Falls and Osakis. The trail website is very helpful for anyone planning a ride or looking for a stop nearby. However, the website was too static and didn’t serve mobile users to the full potential. the challenge With […]

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