Who are you talkin’ to?

Posted on Feb 9, 2015

When it comes to user research – particularly that of gathering user feedback directly and personally – who you talk to is just as important as knowing who is using your public website everyday. At colleges and universities, which are highly political organizations in and of themselves, it is most important to talk to a college website’s primary audience – prospective students. I’ve sat in many a meeting where the...

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Lake Washington Institute of Techology Redesign

Posted on Jan 23, 2015

The redesign project for Lake Washington Institute of Technology involved user research which resulted in developing a new information architecture, page layout and design to attract the primary audience. Working collaboratively with the internal web and marketing team, Kanner Kreative was able to provide guidance in user research, develop a new information architecture, content strategy and page layout, as well as direction in design,...

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DeMars Guitars

Posted on Jan 16, 2015

A long time client of Kanner Kreative, DeMars Guitars, based in Norwich Vermont, moved their site from a static website built in the early 2000s to WordPress. The client wanted to retain the original look of the first site, but make it more dynamic and editable in...

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Posted on Jan 10, 2015

Simple website customized using existing WordPress theme.

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Dobra Tea gets a Redesign

Posted on Nov 13, 2014

After 3.5 years of a non-responsive WordPress site, I gave this website for our teahouse a makeover in a matter of 6 hours. Same content, for the most part, just a new design and some updated functionality, all to work as well on a mobile device as on a tablet or laptop. Also connected with the ability to purchase gift certificates and sign up for and register for our tea classes through Square...

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Dobrá Tea US Website Redesign

Posted on Jan 21, 2014

Needing an e-commerce solution, the partners and owners of tearooms in both the US and Prague, CZ, wanted to sell tea online to customers.  A combination of tools were used – WordPress, Stripe and Cart66 – to create a system that is both user-friendly for customers as well as the folks fulfilling the orders. A secure, seamless shopping...

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