Sporting a fresh new look and attitude, the new Amtrav site takes risks that payoff in both attention and clarity.
A quick offer to design a logo for a good friend turned into an amazing opportunity to meet some amazing people and create some space.
Mattison came to us with an exciting project - they were renaming and rebranding their company! Fresh starts are always so much fun, and we loved having the opportunity to help them shape their new look and feel.
47m totally captured what we're all about. And they did it with style. We love our new site!
Jason Ritchie / Pastor / EdgePoint Church
Though initially brought into this project to design a website, we also got to re-design their logo and give it the professional touch it needed.
Our friends at Food Blogger Pro built their own WordPress plugin to help other food bloggers manage their recipes. We helped them create a simple brand and landing page for the new company and product.
After years of "just being a blog" it was time for Tiny Shiny Home to step it up. They needed a real homepage to guide visitors to the content they were looking for. They needed a better way to engage readers. And they needed to start making money. Here's what we did to help.
We helped the Nomadventure Shop build a curated adventure brand with a site that is beautiful, clean and easy to update.
With a new website design already in place, Glanbia was ready to start building. We jumped in, coded a responsive front-end and hooked it into a content management system for easy manageability and deep functionality.
We were honored to work with Camden again and revitalize their website 5 years after the original launch. The code, design, and structure all got a massive cleanup - as well as making the site ready for mobile devices.
National Partition's products have lead the industry for years. They brought 47m in to make sure their brand and website did the same.
While in the middle of a rebranding, AmTrav called on 47m to give their site a facelift. Using the guidelines they had just created and adding some flair of our own, we gave them a kick-awesome design to work with.
Bjork & Lindsay from Pinch of Yum approached us a couple of years ago wanting to create a membership site for other food bloggers. We used the base EE build of Kicktastic and due to their success have far extended it beyond the initial functionality.