Cravings Wine Bar desperately needed a facelift!
The old site was very dated and the new owner wanted to have a new site that showed the direction he wants to take the business. Doing away with the old blah tan colors and bringing out a classy nightlife feel was the goal of this project.
Check it out -> www.cravingswinebar.com
Balsam wreath is making everybody’s christmas season a little merrier. We helped them develop an online store with the ability to gift wreaths and other items so their customers can send the christmas cheer around the country all from one website.
M5Media also helped them with SEO visibility and it has led to a huge increase to their bulk orders for corporate customers. If you are interested in learning what your online visibility looks like then click here. You can also checkout the northland’s best christmas wreath supplier at Northland’s Best Christmas Tree Wreath Suppliers
Interior Designer Lynn Peterson needed a site to showcase her awesome work. M5Media went straight to the task and build her a mobile friendly responsive site with a gallery system that allows her to maintain her impressive portfolio of interior design awesomeness!
We crafted a logo and business stationary for her as well as a website with a clean design that showcases her work.
Check it out at www.lynnpetersondesign.com
Just finished up a website for Corporate Eats in Savage MN. The site features responsive design and a system where each of their restaurants can login each week and update the menu features and specials for online viewing. There is also an online catering system where people can order catering for weddings, corporate events like board meetings, or just catered business lunch in the office.
Check it out: www.corpeats.com
Mobile development is all the rage now, particularily what is called ‘responsive design’. In a nutshell, responsive design is making a website that adjusts itself to fit the device it is being viewed on. This is incredibly important because over 50% of traffic comes from mobile devices and tablets – fully half your audience.
Did you catch that? If you don’t cater to mobile and tablets than you are alienating over 50% of your audience. That’s like having a front door that randomly locks for half the people coming into the store, I don’t think anybody in business would call that a good idea. :-)
Check out this site in a browser: www.oaklakeconstruction.com then in a smart phone. See how it changes? The page collapses to fit the narrow screen of a mobile phone and some elements are removed to make it simpler. This could be the difference between a mobile phone user getting frustrated and going to the competition vs. going with your company.
M5Media can tell you more, contact us for a free consultation.