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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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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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Lakes Area Celebrations website design

Lakes Area Celebrations – Advanced Directory

By Tyler Golberg / December 5, 2017 / 0 Comments

Lakes Area Celebrations has been the best resource for planning a wedding or event in the lakes area for several years. However, a new website was needed to provide a better experience for both visitors planning an event and vendors looking to get listed. New Website Structure And Features First and foremost, the new structure […]

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DJ's Tap House website design

DJ’s Tap House Website Design

By Tyler Golberg / April 28, 2016 / 0 Comments

A one-page layout with a fully responsive design and menu really makes a great first impression for DJ’s Tap House. All the important information is easily accessible on the home page, making navigation dead simple. And if the user wants to revisit a section? The menu items will jump them up (or down) the page […]

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HomeSpot HQ website design

HomeSpot HQ Blog Case Study

By Tyler Golberg / April 17, 2016 / 0 Comments

HomeSpot HQ Blog Case Study HomeSpot HQ is a web-base application that empowers homeowners to manage everything to do with their house. They provide tools to manage maintenance, projects, notes (e.g. paint colors), and an inventory for insurance claims. The site also includes a blog for bringing together DIY homeowners looking to learn more. The blog […]

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