Clients

LiquorList

 

liquor-list-forum

Party in a Box, LLC approached Sublimity for a website idea, and LiquorList – “The Market Place for Adults with Taste” was born. Because LiquorList required a lot of unique functionality and customizations, Sublimity created the design from scratch and incorporated ExpressionEngine for the backend. Some of the unique features include: anonymous postings, membership backend, flag a listing, and saved search.

See LiquorList’s website here: LiquorList


 

All Alaskan Racing Pigs

 

All Alaskan Racing Pigs

All-Alaskan Racing Pigs approached Sublimity Web Design to redesign their existing website.  They also wanted the ability to update their site, and add features as needed.

See All-Alaskan’s website here:  All-Alaskan Racing Pigs


 

Envision – Environmental Journalism

Envision – Environmental Journalism

 

Envision approached Sublimity Web Design to a news type blog for their environmental Magazine.

See Envision’s website here:  Envision: Environmental Journalism


 

Pain Consultants of Oregon

Pain Consultants of Oregon

 

Pain Consultants contacted Sublimity for a website. Pain Consultants wanted the ability to add their own content, utilized website statistics, have the option to integrate a blog and to use social media. They wanted a platform that allows them to expand as their needs changed. WordPress seemed like the perfect solution.

Visit the Pain Consultants website!


 

Shuttle Creek

Shuttle Creek

 

Shuttle Creek contacted Sublimity because they wanted an easy to update website that showcased the works of Annie Fischer.  She wanted the website to be clean and free of distractions so her products take center stage.

Visit the Shuttle Creek website!


 

Look Me in the Eye

Look Me in the Eye

 

Look Me in the Eye contacted Sublimity because they wanted a website that gave them the ability to upload pictures/video, acknowledge their donors, and edit their website without relying upon the developer to make updates.

Visit the Look Me in the Eye website!


 

Sedarvp Ghana

Sedarvp Ghana

 

Sedarvp Ghana approached Sublimity because they needed a website. Being a fledgling non-profit, their primary concern was cost–in fact, their budget for a website was zero. Sublimity believed in their cause and donated resources and time for their site. Sublimity enlisted help from Katherine Getta from Getta Design for the logo.

Visit the Sedarvp Ghana website!


 

Robin Ann Photography

Robin Ann Photography

 

Robin Ann approached Sublimity about a website for her photography business. She wanted the ability to add content and photo galleries to the site, and she was concerned about price. She added she was not too tech savvy.

It was decided that making the site in WordPress would meet her needs, and Sublimity would show her how to upload galleries and add content to her site.

Visit the Robin Ann Photography website!