Solar Vita, LLC is one green company that needed a fresh-as-a-daisy look. The company’s focus is Project Vita, a solar infrastructure initiative that is working to produce power for electric cars by solar energy instead of conventional means such as coals or gas.
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The owner of Thai Village restaurant in Lansing, Michigan wasn’t sure what she wanted for a logo, except bold gold lettering, a black background with a village scene. The rest would be up to WebFrootz to figure out. No problem. The team dug in, researching Thai culture, symbols, font and imagery.
Everything Home Solutions, a trusted screener of home service contractors and vendors, wanted more than just a website representing their brand on the internet. They have a reputation as being a continuous screener not just a business directory like so many of their competitors. Everything Home Solutions does an exhaustive initial background check of contractors and then performs follow up checks to insure that licenses, insurance and bonding, as well as new references, continue to qualify them for Everything Home Solutions’ respected “Check Mark of Approval” designation.
I’Sole is a Russian travel service that has a laser focus on high-end exotic travel. Their specialty is finding the most incredible exotic travel destinations in the world and arranging travel for a very discriminating clientele. I’Sole’s clients are in search of intelligent luxury and they usually find it on tiny islands in exotic countries like Mauritius and Maldives where they and a select few others are pampered and indulged on a grand scale.
When the owner of Blue Ridge Workshop decided to take his furniture restoration business to the next level by creating an effective digital presence, he wanted a design and development firm that would treat the project with as much care and professionalism as he takes with his client’s antiques and collectables. He chose WebFrootz.