Northwest Wools

Northwest Wools

It had been 4 years since client Jackie Kraybill had originally asked us to design her website, Northwest Wools. It had served the purpose well, but the theme and layout did not adapt to mobile devices. We made up for that lack by using a mobile plugin, but that required a separate monthly update routine in addition to the regular site updates. What a hassle!

We worked closely with Jackie to develop a site layout that was simple, engaging, easy to use, and designed to showcase her monthly events and wide range of yarn offerings, accessories, tools, and classes. Working with the wonderful images provided by Tim Sturgeon, we created an easy to use online showcase that has increased traffic using mobile devices many times over what it had been a year ago.

World Forestry Center

World Forestry Center

The World Forestry Center

This was our biggest challenge yet. The World Forestry Center has a museum, an international forester training program, a number of attractive rental spaces and a fundraising mission. The previous website was over a decade old and had grown chaotic. It was time to take an inventory of all the content and reorganize it. Incorporating user testing in the early stages helped prove the new structure made sense. The new site is easier to navigate and contains all the sections of the center.

  • UX Research and Testing 100%
  • Information Architecture 100%
  • Site Redesign 100%
  • Responsive 100%