We built the first Duluth Fall Festival Website way back in 2001. Over the years, we added more content and functionality until the needs of the Festival and its visitors outgrew what a standard HTML website could economically provide. So in 2014, we build the next iteration of the website in WordPress, greatly enhancing its
ELLA-VATION is a full-service firm deeply experienced in delivering risk and safety project solutions from conception through start-up to build-out.
ELLA-VATION needed a website to further grow their business and raise their brand awareness. At the start of the project, all the customer had was a low resolution logo and and a handful of Word documents.
Working for Project Client Clearbuilt Technologies, this from-the-ground-up build started with recreating their logo in vector format so we could have the flexibility to use the logo at any size required. The new mobile-friendly WordPress website took its color palette from the new logo. Heavy use of high-impact photos gives the website its visual appeal while supporting the underlying textual content. Customers are provided with an easy-to-use, mobile-responsive contact form to make inquiries about ELLA-VATION menu of services.
I continue to provide ongoing WordPress maintenance.
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The Future is Personal. Personalization goes both ways. Your customers need to get to know you, and you need to get to know them. Digital marketing tends to be impersonal, focusing on lists, list building, lead generation, etc. The customer is not thought of as a person or an individual with personalized needs. They are an email address.
Often in business, as in life, we are presented with problems–I like to call them challenges–that do not present an obvious solution. There is no off-the-shelf solution readily available. Herein lies opportunity. We have the opportunity to come up with a novel idea or approach to solve a new problem. Sometimes it may start out
WordPress released its latest update, WordPress 5.0, this past Thursday, November 6, 2018. I realize this is short notice, but WordPress didn’t announce it until two days prior. Why is this important? WordPress releases updates all the time. Well, this release contains a significant change to the native page and post editing experience with the