Tag Archives: Web Development

Direct E-mail Marketing, Choosing a Service Provider

August 14, 2012 | Posted in Media, Software & Services and tagged , ,

We already decried the merits of e-mail marketing. We talked about how cheap, fast, and effective it is. If you’re ready to get on track and need a few tips, we can get you started with a comparison of some well-known service providers: Mail Chimp.  If you’re just looking for a mail solution, Mail Chimp … Continue reading

Dr. Barbara Rinkoff

June 18, 2012 | Posted in Healthcare and tagged , , , ,

25-year chiropractic veteran Dr. Barbara Rinkoff practices relief, restorative, and preventive care in San Francisco as part of Chiromedica, a wellness cooperative.  Somethumb developed Dr. Rinkoff’s web site from the ground-up, beginning with logo design and business cards, culminating in complete web design and development on a WordPress platform, and topped off by a home … Continue reading

Responsive Web Design is Responsible Web Design

June 12, 2012 | Posted in Mobile and tagged , , , , ,

It takes a lot of extra effort—more thoughtfulness, structure, and development—so is responsive web design really worth it?  Do its benefits outweigh its costs?  Is it right for your organization?  The answer to all three questions is a resounding “yes.” Responsive web design, simply put, is the act of creating device-neutral pages that do not … Continue reading

Koi Fitness // E-Commerce Solution Case Study

May 8, 2012 | Posted in Fitness, Healthcare, Sports and tagged , , , , ,

Koi Fitness is the Bay Area’s premier Boot Camp style training outfit; in late 2011, Somethumb was hired to conduct a web design, development, and multimedia integration that included the creation of an automated scheduling system The Problem Nearly 900 patrons of Koi Fitness, in order to schedule and pay for classes, followed a process … Continue reading

Run, don’t walk, toward mobile web site development

April 10, 2012 | Posted in Mobile and tagged , ,

Wondering whether your brand needs a mobile web site? Unless you are in one of the few industries catering to the (almost mythical, rarer than unicorns) smartphone-free customer demographic, the answer is a resounding yes, and we’re talking to you. Continue reading

The (hopefully not) $64,000 question: how much does it really cost to build a web site?

March 13, 2012 | Posted in B2B and tagged ,

Having a web site built is a little like choosing an engagement ring: the idea is to buy something so impressive that your partner (or your customer) will be charmed into saying ‘yes’.  The diamond industry has helpfully nudged lovesick suitors toward two months’ salary as an advisable price for a ring.  But what price … Continue reading

MX1West Motorcycle Apparel

October 4, 2011 | Posted in Apparel, Retail, Sports and tagged , ,

MX1West offers customers exclusive motorcycle apparel from Europe, with brands like Ariete and Acerbis that are used by top pros such as Josh Strang, Quinn Cody, and Johnny Campbell. Somethumb designed and developed the website, utilizing jQuery for some cool slider effects. Ride On!

Mission Hospice

September 1, 2011 | Posted in Healthcare, Non-Profit and tagged , , ,

This well-regarded organization has been providing San Mateo residents with compassionate end-of-life care for over 35 years. Mission Hospice wanted a site with intuitive navigation and straightforward design, one that incorporated a comforting color scheme and their recognizable logo. The site is easily updated and maintained using a self-hosted, customized installation of WordPress. The result … Continue reading

San Francisco Symphonix

September 1, 2011 | Posted in Music, Non-Profit and tagged ,

Our redesign of an award winning website* displays big photos, is mobile friendly, and shows our personal side. The Symphonix League (for which Scott Weiss serves as a Board Director) is the San Francisco Symphony’s young professional association, dedicated to cultivating the next generation of classical music enthusiasts. More than 400 young, trend-setting philanthropists and … Continue reading

Susan G. Komen for the Cure

September 1, 2011 | Posted in Healthcare, Non-Profit and tagged ,

Somethumb executed a complete redesign of the website for the San Francisco affiliate of The Susan G. Komen for the Cure Breast Cancer Foundation, a global leader in the fight against breast cancer. The design increased the site’s functionality, without sacrificing aesthetics or organizational cohesiveness. Working with the Board of Directors, and adhering to corporate … Continue reading

B & B Structured Finance

September 1, 2011 | Posted in B2B, Financial and tagged , ,

This financial consulting service requested a site design that incorporated organic and asymmetrical elements to offset the symmetry of their logo. We redesigned and expanded their 5 year-old website to accommodate the addition of their London and New York offices as well as enable B&B to easily add and update the site’s content for future … Continue reading

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