BitSculptor has launched a redesigned site for Shannon Ridge Vineyards & Winery based in Clearlake Oaks, CA.
The new site's design and content is simplified and much more sale-focused than the previous site. It puts online wine sales in the forefront while still emphasizing Shannon Ridge's unique national brand (which includes a commitment to sustainable farming, among other things).
The Lake County Winery Association's website has been re-launched with a new look and expanded content. BitSculptor handled the entire revamp project (design and development) and also provides website hosting services.
BitSculptor has launched mahaboards.com, an e-commerce site featuring the longboards of Bob Maher. Bob is world-famous for his Maherajah Water Skis which are worn by some of top waterski racers worldwide.
A unique yet simple e-commerce site, it focuses on visually displaying MAHA's top-quality boards which feature exotic hardwoods as well as innovative parts like the Lowrider Bracket.
BitSculptor recently launched a new website for the Guenoc (pronounced "Gwen-nok") wine label. Guenoc wines are vinted and bottled by Langtry Estate and Vineyards in Middletown, CA.
The website is a simple yet useful one, designed to provide a well-branded online presence for the recently re-launched Guenoc label. Since Guenoc wines are only sold through their distributor channels, no online sale functionality was built into the site.
Completed on a tight schedule of only 3 weeks, the website features a custom design by BitSculptor, as well as wine bottle shots from our own in-house photo studio.
BitSculptor recently launched a new project for long-time client Gold Tone Instruments of Titusville, FL. Gold Tone has been an innovator in the music industry for more than a decade, creating unique and affordable instruments and accessories which are especially well-known in the banjo world.
The "Zero Glide" product is an innovative replacement nut for acoustic instruments. This is a groundbreaking invention from Gold Tone owner Wayne Rogers which dramatically improves the playability and tone of guitars, banjos, and mandolins.
The website was built to introduce people to the innovative product, guide them in installation, and provide a direct sales channel. (Gold Tone already sells online through their other BitSculptor websites GoldTone.com and EarthtoneHeads.com.)
Phase 2 improvements will be coming soon, but the initial site launch was important as the product is being mass-marketed beginning in late March 2012.
BitSculptor recently launched a completely revamped website for local customers Hillside Honda.
The site features extensive backend tools, allowing Hillside Honda staff to easily manage all site content. Staff members can modify the list of inventory for sale, the calendar events, the news blog, and much more.
The site's custom design was developed in-house by BitSculptor.
The site was revamped in anticipation of Hillside Honda's 50th anniversary celebration, which will be happening in April of this year.
Unlike most sites, this web presence isn't meant as a marketing tool--it's simply a payment portal which makes it easy for LCAF's customers to make one-time and recurring payments via credit card or e-check. So while the look of the website may seem very basic, don't let that deceive you--the site contains a very powerful, customized payment system which enabled LCAF to easily and securely process a high number of loan transactions each day.
All transactions are secured using industry-standard encryption, and private payment information is stored in a PCI-compliant manner through payment processor SecureNet.
BitSculptor just launched a basic, single-page site for Clearlake Dental, home of dentists James Kinsel, DDS and Mark Cooper, DDS. The goal for this "phase 1" website was to establish a web presence, with the flexibility to grow in the near future.
The good folks at Shoreline Self Storage in Lakeport, CA approached us wanting a basic, informational website at a low cost. The result is a perfect example of what we call a "basic" website--simple design, basic content, but it gets the job done at a great price!
BitSculptor recently launched a completely revamped website for the Lake County Office of Education. Based in Lakeport, CA, the LCOE provides leadership and support to surrounding communities by planning, facilitating, and delivering services and educational programs.
The new site features a beautiful new custom design by BitSculptor, along with powerful backend content management tools which allow LCOE staff to administer all site content including news items, a frontpage slideshow, calendar of events, department pages, and document archives.
Because of today's challenging economic climate, the website was built with the goal of improving staff efficiency and reducing maintenance time. One example of this can be seen at the site's staff directory, which interfaces directly with LCOE's internal staff database, automatically creating a printable directory which is always up to date.
Today BitSculptor launched a new website for Bartolucci Vineyards, a local grower of fine winegrapes. Based in Lake County, California, the Bartolucci family has been in the winegrape business since 1921 when Andrea Bartolucci, who immigrated from Italy in 1913, purchased his first vineyard.
Their new site was entirely designed, developed, and hosted by BitSculptor. It features a custom design coupled with fairly spartan content aimed at telling the Bartolucci story in a succint, straightforward manner.
Built on the popular Wordpress platform, the site is easy to maintain and can be easy extended in the future.
The Lake County Quilt Trail project places painted quilt squares in highly visible local barns and buildings. It's an agricultural and tourism project designed to promote and celebrate our community pride.
Built on the popular Wordpress platform, the site features a custom design by BitSculptor. Built-in Wordpress tools make content management a breeze, and helped to keep the project cost low, which was a key concern for the organization.
Zepeda Cabinets came to us looking for a basic website to communicate the quality of their custom cabinet work. We built and launched the site in just a few weeks, including powerful, secure content management tools so the client can modify page text and photos.
BitSculptor donated the development and hosting of the website as a way to give back to our local community. It's a simple website built on the Wordpress platform, and we hope it helps to in the Park Committee's efforts to complete their plans.