A website for the law firm Stimmel, Stimmel and Smith
Results are what we strive for in a website redesign.
When Stimmel, Stimmel & Smith, a San Francisco Law firm enlisted us for a redesign of their website, we also created a new infrastructure which aimed to improve both the user experience and the site's SEO.
SS&S was thrilled (as were we) when 10 weeks after launch, new client inquiries from the website had doubled.
Bay Design did the planning, design and development, including migration of hundreds of pages from the previous website. Drupal 8 was used for the framework.
Visit the website at: http://www.stimmel-law.com/
A website for the California Wind Energy Association
CalWEA is a non-profit organization that promotes the use of wind energy in California. They knew they needed a new website, but needed some help with understanding the possibilities to give them an infrastructure sophisticated enough to simplify their workflow while powerful enough to handle the variety of information specific to their needs. The new design allows them to easily do their own content additions and edits. it is built with the open source content management system, Drupal. And of course, as a non-profit, they needed to get the most out of their limited budget, and we were happy to help them achieve their goals.
Bay Design did the planning, design, and implementation including development in Drupal Open Source CMS.
Visit the site at www.calwea.org
A website for Anto Printing
Anto Printing is one of Berkeley's most established printing companies. Anto Cingoz, the company's owner, believes that trust is one of the most important factors in any business transaction. We've worked with Anto both as a client, and as a vendor for years. When Anto needed a new website, he knew he didn't need to give us much direction. He trusted us to come up with a simple site that would make the most out of his budget.
This site is a one-page Bootstrap design, heavy on image, and with an effective yet easy to maintain Estimate Request form -- nothing more complicated than needed.
Bay Design did the planning, design, photography, text, form design and development.
Visit the site at www.antoprinting.com
A website for Berkeley Marine Center
Berkeley Marine Center is one of the most active boat yards in the San Francisco Bay Area. They are also the only local facility that builds custom racing yachts. Their website needed to be effective in addressing both target audiences.
Bay Design was involved in every aspect of the creation of the yard's web presence, including planning, text, photography, design, and web development.
Visit the site at www.berkeleymarine.com
Newsletter for a national ice cream company
When Dreyers Ice Cream needed to revamp their niche newsletter, Golden Cone, they chose Bay Design for both the redesign, and the branding. We also handled print production, and worked with a local printing company for a quality product with fast turnaround.
A Website for Blue Water Foundation
Blue Water Foundation is an all volunteer nonprofit dedicated to bringing the joys and challenges of sailing to Bay Area youths -- many of them underpriviledged. Bay Design is occasionally able to donate its services for worthy causes, and this is one of our pro-bono projects.
The website is a Drupal installation which meets many of the organization's needs. It also creates a foundation for future capabilites for volunteer management.
Bay Design did site planning, design and implementation in Drupal Open Source CMS.
Visit the site at www.bluewaterfoundation.org
A website and member directory for a yacht club
Berkeley Yacht Club's website has the same needs as many organizations -- an informational site, an events calendar, documents management, coordination with social media, and a member directory. Bay Design created a custom Drupal website which addresses all of these needs, and which also gives various volunteers the ability to easily add and update content.
Visit the site at www.berkeleyyc.org
Brochure for an international corporate conference
The ETRE conference was the premier business networking conference during the early dot com boom years. CEOs from most of the top startups in the industry attended this conference, held annually in various European cities. For several years, Bay Design Associates created the conference's primary marketing piece, the annual ETRE brochure.
MyWeatherSpot.com - weather forecasting website
Bay Design architected, designed and developed the weather forecasting site MyWeatherSpot.com. This site takes data from the National Weather Service, and repackages it in a more user friendly format. A simple Google Maps interface allows users to select an exact forecast spot. The site remembers the user's previous map location.
Technologies used include custom PHP, JQuery, Bootstrap, and Google Maps API.
Visit the site at www.myweatherspot.com
A promotional flyer for a charter company
Bay Design created the promotional flyer for Pegasus Voyages. This was a pro-bono project. We support local sailing and non-profit organizations, especially ones that work with under-served youth.
A postcard for a Berkeley printing company
When Anto Printing needed a simple method of promoting their operation, Bay Design suggested a post card of downtown Berkeley. Anto Printing's main target audience was other businesses from the downtown area. The card also reinforced Anto's pride in his community and his role as a business leader in the area. The card of course featured Anto's quality offset printing.
A resumé for a national consulting firm
When Chemical Advisory Partners needed a one page resumé for their consulting company, they chose Bay Design Associates to create a simple yet very professional design which set them apart from their competition.
An e-commerce website for a rigging shop
When Panda Rigging needed to create a new web presence which included e-commerce, their asked Bay Design to create a plan and to manage the effort. We selected the shopping platform Shopify, which provides a full e-commerce infratructure and excellent value to small to medium sized e-commerce needs. Bay Design worked with the client to create and organize the content, including most of the site's photography.
Visit the site at www.pandarigging.com