Tag Archives: WordPress

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

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

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

Musicians Union Local 6

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

The Musicians Union Local 6, an organization that advocates for Bay Area Musicians, wanted a site that incorporated the number 6, imagery of musical instruments and local iconic landmarks. Working closely with the Union’s Board of Directors, Somethumb was able to produce a site that is professional, yet groovy. The site, contains over 250 pages … Continue reading

GreenFish

September 1, 2011 | Posted in Apparel, Environmental, Retail and tagged , ,

Being green while enjoying fishing means keeping a conservationist’s perspective on tackle, rods, and reels. GreenFish is a pro-fishing company that aims to increase knowledge of proper catch and release methods to help anglers cast their rods with a clear conscience. Somethumb developed a unique e-commerce solution that gives back to partnering non-profit organizations each … Continue reading

Breslin Strategies Inc.

September 1, 2011 | Posted in Apparel, B2B, Professional Services and tagged , , , ,

Our redesign and development of Breslin Strategies Inc. features new technologies like jQuery and embedded video clips (via Vimeo). It is an e-commerce site with an integrated WordPress blog. Mark Breslin is in the fourth generation of a construction family and is the number one speaker in the nation on leadership, strategy and labor-management relations.  … Continue reading

Able Closet

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

This 501c3 non-profit organization has tirelessly worked to provide families with a resource for finding and borrowing special needs equipment, like wheelchairs, standing frames, and walkers. Somethumb provided web development, including WordPress integration.

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

Mitzel Group

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

The Mitzel Group gives companies the tools to maximize the efficiency and creativity of its employees. Mitzel understands that the pathway to success for any company starts with the power of its workforce, and adds value by providing risk management solutions for employment law matters and human resources issues. Somethumb designed and developed Mitzel’s online … Continue reading

Colemanfilm Media Group

September 1, 2011 | Posted in Media and tagged , , , ,

Colemanfilm Media Group, a production studio creating content for the entertainment industry, needed a user friendly way to showcase their extensive portfolio. Somethumb developed a custom content management system which allows the client to effortlessly organize and update the company’s award winning productions. Additionally, Colemanfilm is able to stay connected with visitors and potential clients … Continue reading

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