Over the last 10 years, we've produced a lot of websites, and nonprofits have always been a major focus. So it has turned into a pretty spectacular portfolio of nonprofit websites. I thought I'd gather them together and share some visuals. All sites are built utilizing our special recipe of Drupal.
Here's some recent work. Don't take our slowness to post as lack of enthusiasm. We've been busy!
Update 10-14-15: This space is occupied. Please check our downtown office space listings page for any availabilities.
Enjoy two windows overlooking Trade Street and natural sunlight while you work! Suite D is a private office located near the front entrance to the building. Dimenions are 9'7'' x 10'11."
We're expanding! Kilpatrick Design has opened a second office in Denver, CO!
The additional location will give us access to a larger talent pool. The Drupal Community is large and strong in Denver, and we're looking forward to being a part of that magic.
I’m excited to introduce the newest team member at Kilpatrick Design — Kristie Wallis. Kristie has spent more than 14 years in marketing, public relations, and communications.
Most recently she served as a consultant and account director for Pure Communications, which specializes marketing for the life sciences industry. At Pure, Kristie worked closely with clients on media strategy and outreach, branding projects, website launches, and participation in industry events.
We discovered a very cool and meaningful gift idea when we first met a new letter art company. What is letter art? It's alphabet photography. The couple who owns the business took hundreds of photos while on adventures across the globe. Each image not only represents a letter, but also evokes emotion or references something important in the recipient's life.
Here are some basic dos and don'ts of publishing on the web.
We've helped a few long-standing clients set up SquareSpace sites for mini-projects that didn't warrant our full process or our full team. Here are some examples.
The first is Belleair Market in Florida. They're more than your typical convience store — offering a wide range of wine, craft beers, and cigars. It was formerly called Belleair Food Mart, and it has new owners in addition to a new name and look.
North Carolina-based Leonard Buildings & Truck Accessories has a new website. The company offers three very different product lines: