eCommerce, web design, marketing

Krazy For Rugs

We began working with Katie when both of our businesses were just getting started. Krazy For Rugs sells handmade antique rugs from Persia and the Caucasus and has grown from just a Facebook market profile into a thriving eCommerce store. We redesigned the site in 2020 and in 2021 she invested in a professional designer who created her new logo and palette, and handed over a layout for our team to implement. We create the weekly email campaigns and integrated her site with FaceBook and Instagram Shopping. We've also created hundreds of triggers to automate Instagram engagement, so that Katie can sit back and let our automations communicate with her followers, sending links to specific rugs, handing out coupons, and taking care of a lot of the social media work she used to have to do. From custom code to handle specific needs to new CRMs, there's always something new going on with Krazy For Rugs.
Reporting, web application management

Harbor Path

Another of our long-time clients! This small but agile team based in Charlotte are a nonprofit dedicated to providing medicine for chronic illnesses for free to uninsured patients. We first began helping with just their monthly pharma reporting, and gradually found more and more ways to help. They had a complicated manual system of tracking refills until we were able to get a read-only access to their databases. From there it was one new query at a time until we had a fully-fledged set of dashboards with several dozen queries integral to daily operations, plus a few more that have automated manual work that used to take a couple of staff hours every day.
Last year we took on the management of their proprietary web application, built in Ruby on Rails and Ember.js with a PostGreSQL database. 
Web development, custom functionality

Fearrington FHA

This little community in the heart of Chatham approached us in 2021 with a herculean task: migrate their Joomla-based website with ten years' worth of hand-crafted functionality by their webmaster, to a WordPress site. 
We redesigned the layout to accomodate the many menu items and our clients picked the colors, pictures, and everything else. This sprawling custom-coded project took six months to completely migrate, but during the course of that we were able to implement lots of new features that residents were very excited about. Although the migration is done, we still step in for the occasional new feature, such as the ability to create private pages for clubs and their members.
Web development, integrations


This project came to us through Fearrington as well. They needed their site migrated from Joomla to WordPress, and we created a fresh new logo and redesigned the layout. It was a challenge to create a friendly look and feel for a website handling a topic that can be intimidating. They are excited about the new site and the ease of edits, which they can now perform themselves. 
Web development, custom functionality

Chatham County Line

One of the many projects in the Voller Vortex, that is to say, any of the spin-ups by former Pittsboro mayor Randy Voller. This digital and print publication had a small online presence that needed to be updated and made mobile-friendly. We created a fresh new layout that the editors can now update themselves without needing to know how to code. 
Web development, integrations

VRC, Ltd.

A realty site that integrates with IDX Homefinder. Lots of creative opportunities with this project, and a few challenges as well. A big plus to be able to showcase all the properties in surrounding areas to prospective clients, and to build custom markets by county. 

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