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May 22 2019

WordPress Website Redesign

Breckenridge Material Co. is a family-owned and operated company that has been around for over 80 years. Since then, they have acquired several companies and now boast over 30 locations in Eastern Missouri and Western Illinois. They are the largest...

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Nov 08 2018

We’re Moving!

With the holidays quickly approaching, it’s time to share exciting news. This year marks our 20th Anniversary and over 1,000 websites designed and developed. At the end of 2018, the current lease was up in our Lafayette Square location, and what a wonderful ten years...

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Finalist for Best in business 2018
Oct 14 2018

Best in Business 2018

The Small Business Monthly publication is the source of strategy, management and innovation for St. Louis-area entrepreneurs and business owners. It’s a resource full of tools to help small businesses not only succeed, but thrive. Directories of organizations and agencies that are experienced in business,...

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Wordpress Or Wix
Jul 12 2018

WordPress or Wix?

When creating a website, there are several options to choose from. Today, let’s talk about the Pros and Cons of using Wix. Although Wix can be an excellent website builder for beginners, it can be restrictive in the long-term as compared to industry leader, WordPress....

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Feb 26 2018

ADA Compliant Websites

Our client, Blackburn College, came to us needing to make their website ADA compliant. Americans with Disabilities Act, ADA, prohibits discrimination against persons with disabilities in all places open to the general public, ensuring they receive the same opportunities and rights as everyone else. This...

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mo tax creds
Jan 05 2018

HTML to WordPress

The goal of the new Missouri Tax Credits website design was to make it look more modern, but more importantly, to make it mobile responsive. The new site design was based on the old site’s look, down to the color palette and logo. The old...

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