All the way up on Whidbey Island there’s this absolute genius of a floral designer named Tobey Nelson. Formerly Vases Wild, Tobey changed her business name in 2016 to user her own name and better reflect that she’s also a top-notch event designer and wedding planner. As part of a rebranding effort, Tobey worked with… Continue reading Tobey Nelson Events + Design
Lisa’s old website was beautiful online home for her artwork, designed several years ago by our colleague Julia Stoops. But eventually, Lisa found that her own creative output had outgrown the website. She needed a new site design and portfolio architecture that would be able to grow with her, in whatever direction her work takes. The… Continue reading Lisa Onstad
The philanthropic arm of the Wildhorse Resort and Casino, run by the Umatilla Tribe in Pendleton, Oregon, was once only represented by a single page hidden deep within the Casino website. Ready to make their mark on the world just a little bit bigger, the Foundation felt it was time to have their own… Continue reading Wildhorse Foundation
When legendary Grateful Dead drummer, Bill Kreutzmann, came to us for a new website we were thrilled to oblige. His old site was outdated and the functionality was wonky. Working with designer Justin Helton of Status Serigraph we achieved both a beautiful aesthetic that playfully reminds the user of Mr. Kruetzmann’s psychedelic roots, while creating… Continue reading Bill Kreutzmann
This design grew out of a business card, and it ended up turning into one of the more beautiful sites I’ve had the pleasure of working on. Featuring a Google-image-search-results type grid to display examples of Tobey’s work. It’s super easy for her to keep updated and she loves that part. Here’s the site.