Tag Archives: Web Development

LPS Law

October 30, 2014 | Posted in Legal and tagged , ,

LPS (Leland, Parachini, Steinberg, Matzger & Melnick, LLP.) is an established, highly regarded law firm based in San Francisco. Created in 1900, it is a full service law firm. Its clients consist of businesses and individuals who are in need of representation for professional, economic or personal reasons. Somethumb improved maneuverability to make the overall … Continue reading

LPS Law // Web Design Case Study

October 14, 2014 | Posted in Legal and tagged , , ,

LPS (Leland, Parachini, Steinberg, Matzger & Melnick, LLP.) is an established, highly regarded law firm based in San Francisco. Created in 1900, it is a full service law firm. Its clients consist of businesses and individuals who are in need of representation for professional, economic or personal reasons. Their areas of expertise include: General Counsel … Continue reading

Episcopal Charities

December 9, 2013 | Posted in Healthcare, Non-Profit, Religious and tagged , , ,

A Bay area non-profit organization established in 1977, Episcopal Charities has led the charge by servicing those in need. Episcopal Charities asked Somethumb to give their website a complete overhaul that would enable them to reach more people and provide the valuable information visitors were seeking. Custom WordPress development was implemented to make administrative maintenance … Continue reading

Two Cherries USA // Custom Website, eCommerce Solution Case Study

October 8, 2013 | Posted in Retail and tagged , , , ,

Overview Since 1858, Two Cherries has been making their woodworking and carving tools the old-fashioned way. Hand-forged in their Remscheid, Germany factory by skilled craftsmen using only the finest steel and time-honored methods, little has changed in the way these fine tools are produced in well over a century. The result is a tool line … Continue reading

3 WordPress Tricks you MUST Know!

September 10, 2013 | Posted in B2B, Technology and tagged , ,

WordPress isn’t just used for blogging anymore. Downloaded and installed on your hosting platform, it’s a fully-developed open-source CMS software tool. Written in PHP, it’s tremendously customizable, contains useful built-in functions, and developers can “hook” into the software and create “plugins” which enhance functionality. But as with any software, there are suggested requirements and a … Continue reading

Part II: When is Adaptive Design Better than Responsive Design?

July 16, 2013 | Posted in B2B, Technology and tagged , , , , ,

Most web design or marketing agencies you speak with nowadays will try to sell you on Responsive Design. This isn’t bad advice, per se—responsive design does present the most robust architecture available to make web sites viewable on any size screen by using fluid layouts, flexible image formats and scalable typography. Yet, realistically, making it … Continue reading

Experience is Key: 3 Reasons for Hiring a High-Quality Web Developer

April 9, 2013 | Posted in B2B, Software & Services, Technology and tagged , , , ,

With so many web service providers charging bottom dollar, why shouldn’t you hire someone from a classifieds site like Craigslist? It may feel insane to choose an expensive provider when the cheap labor force seems bottomless. But, in the web development market, you get what you pay for. And we can explain why. Providers tend … Continue reading

WooCommerce + WordPress (Why We Like It)

March 12, 2013 | Posted in B2B, Media, Retail, Technology and tagged , , , , , ,

It’s official. We’ve been wooed by WooCommerce, the e-commerce suite we love to use. It’s made specifically for WordPress. It’s customizable. It’s versatile. It’s seamless. It’s changed the way Somethumb helps clients do business. Customization.  Hosted solutions typically limit business owners to template designs and layouts, which impacts not only the look and feel of … Continue reading

Dermaplus // Rebranding, Web Site Redesign, and Print Campaign

February 26, 2013 | Posted in Fashion, Healthcare and tagged , , , , , , , ,

Dermaplus is a San Francisco-based, neighborhood skin and body spa that has been delivering beautiful skin to clients in the Marina/Cow Hollow district since 2001. Dermaplus approached SomeThumb Web Design & Development in the fall of 2012 for help with updating its web site and overall brand presentation–the project is a good example of SomeThumb’s … Continue reading

3 Reasons To Step Up Your Online Game, And To Do It Right Now

February 12, 2013 | Posted in Software & Services, Technology and tagged , , , , ,

We get it. Your web site needs some work, but you’re holding off until you can spare the money. We know it doesn’t grow on trees, and that you can think of fifty other ways to invest in your business. But we can think of a few reasons why you should take updating your web … Continue reading

Dermaplus skin + body

December 29, 2012 | Posted in Fashion, Healthcare and tagged , , ,

For this high-profile San Francisco-based skin boutique offering aesthetic services as well as an original all natural product line, Somethumb executed a rebranding of the company’s logo, web site, and product packaging materials to help the company build upon rapid growth and other success. The fresh new look aligns with the company’s new stature as … Continue reading

Getting Better Results With Smart Web Development

October 9, 2012 | Posted in B2B, Media, Mobile, Software & Services, Technology and tagged , , , ,

What comes to mind when you think of a web developer? A Red Bull-slogging twenty-something, hovering over a keyboard, cranking code? The coding (and, often, the Red Bull) are critical to building great web sites; but when it comes to development, strategy is every bit as important as production. Great developers go beyond creating sites … Continue reading

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