Responsive Design - Category Archive

Thelen Cabinet Co. – New Website Design

We are thrilled to announce the launch of a new website design we developed for our client, Thelen Cabinet Co. This was a website I was particularly excited about working on because the nature of the work they do is so visual. We knew right away that we wanted wanted to display great big photos of the beautiful cabinetry they build and … Read More

New Website Design for Appro Development in Lakeville, Minnesota

We are thrilled to announce that we have just launched the new website for Appro Development and Cerron Properties in Lakeville, Minnesota. This is a project we’ve been talking about doing with these clients for some time and finally got to start working on earlier this year. This website features a responsive design that works great in any browser. Almost … Read More

New Website for River School of Music

We’ve recently completed a very fun new website for the River School of Music in Burnsville, Minnesota. The client loves it, and we are extremely happy with the results. Website Features The site includes many features that make it attractive and functional. We built it to be fully mobile-friendly and responsive. Because many of the visitors to the site are … Read More

Top 9 Biggest Problems with Small Business Websites

We works with tons of small businesses, and we’ve seen it all when it comes to websites. Certain types of problems come and go, but we thought we would make a list of some of the most common and easiest to fix ones. In general, we thought these were the most important ones to get right if you intend to … Read More

New Website Woes – What’s Normal?

So you’ve just launched your brand new website design. You’ve gone through weeks or months of development and revisions, and you’re so excited to show it off to the world. But then… A confused text from a client whose just visited your new site. “I can’t navigate to any of the sub-pages on my phone!” he says. Your mind immediately … Read More

WordPress Website for Burnsville Skin Clinic

We are happy to announce that we have launched the website for a great new skin clinic in Burnsville, MN: The Refinery Skin Clinic. The site is built on the WordPress platform in conjunction with X Theme. The built-in front-end editor allows these clients to make changes to their own website quickly and easily themselves. There’s no need for them … Read More

New Website for Division 12 of the APA Launched

We are proud to announce the launch of a new website for Dissemination & Implementation, a project of the Society of Clinical Psychology. This is a project we’ve been collaborating with for some time and are happy to reveal to the general public. One of the biggest concerns from Division 12 (SCP) was regarding the extensive blocks of content that … Read More

Making Section Mobile-Only with Cornerstone

A question I get asked a lot is how to make a section within Cornerstone display only on mobile devices, or even to display completely different content for mobile devices. Luckily, X Theme and Cornerstone make this significantly easier to do than would be possible with WordPress by itself. There is an entire suite of functionality related exactly to this. … Read More

New Responsive WordPress Website for Burnsville Marketing Company

We recently completed a new website for the fantastic company Wild Fig Marketing based out of Burnsville, MN. We’ve been partners with them for many years and are excited to be releasing their new website. The site is notable for a few of its attributes: Utilizes a fully-responsive design Parallax scrolling Side navigation WordPress X Theme and Cornerstone Frontend editor … Read More

Making Section Full Height in X Theme

Making full-height intro sections is awesome. And it’s easy! Many of the demos of X Theme take advantage of full-height sections but they never really explain how. If you’ve searched their forums, you’ll find that they used Revolution Slider to do it, but honestly that’s not nearly as good of a solution as what we’re going to do! You’re probably … Read More