The web has become one of the most important places for organizations to do business, share information, and interact with their audiences. However, it is often overlooked that site visitors may need accommodations in order to have successful and enjoyable experiences on these websites and applications. What can you do to make your content accessible for all?
Over the course of the year, Vermont Design Works has been partnering with the Vermont Gleaning Collective, an initiative started by Salvation Farms, on a fresh design and other functionality enhancements for their website and web application. This new look has launched, marking the beginning of a new gleaning season and a kick-start for recruiting […]
We recently partnered with Citizen Cider to design & develop their new tasting room page. Some of the upgrades this page includes are a customizable slideshow populated with daily specials, a featured cider slider populated by their exclusive Cider List, and a featured blog post area showcasing tasting room events, food, and news. Check out the […]
Last April, Google announced its deadline for websites to be “mobile-friendly” in order to keep their highest standings in organic search result rankings. What this means is that Google began factoring into its search results whether or not websites were designed for mobile devices, making them easier for smartphone visitors to access and navigate on […]
After many years in business, Lunaroma is working with Vermont Design Works to redesign and rebuild their website to better reflect their brand and customer needs.
VDW’s newest client is DRINKmaple. We will be working with them to help launch their new product line, DRINKmelon, as well as taking care of their current site. We congratulate them in their exciting news of moving their production to a new facility to meet growing demand for their products.
VDW and new client, Circus Smirkus, will be partnering on an array of projects including print design, web design, and web development.
This year, VDW began working with two new clients: Jericho Cafe & Tavern and Oppenheimer & Close. Both clients needed an upgrade to responsive websites that would provide visitors with an optimal web experience no matter what device or screen size they were using.
What exactly is a brand? Is it a logo, a color palette, typography? VDW dives in to the inner-workings of branding, and our process for developing meaningful brands.
VDW has successfully launched the largest and longest-running project of our 15 year history with KSE Focus. This robust web application helps clients make business decisions by categorizing, searching, and digesting over 1,000,000 records of data.