Building strong, long term relationships with our clients is always our goal. We focus on doing great work, that is their expectation and after all, that’s why people pay us. But just as important is that clients trust us and value our work. So when a client comes back for more, well, we couldn’t be more proud.
After launching the Carfagna’s Market website the owners contacted us to meet up again. Some of the online solutions we created for the market were so successful they wanted to see how we could design and develop a user friendly website for another part of their business, Carfagna’s Catering.
We spent hours with them to better understand how their customers interacted with them to determine the online tools we could implement. Our design allows for easy access to a very robust catering menu. The catering team loves the new site, and so do their customs.
The new Carfagna’s site was launched on Friday to resounding approval from owners and customers. It’s a beautiful site that functions as great as it looks. Working with this amazing family and their staff was a wonderful experience, and we hope this is the beginning of a long and productive relationship.
If you haven’t shopped at Carfagna’s recently, or even ever, you really do need to. Go to the website and and checkout their Gift Baskets, Family Meat Boxes and Meat Gift Boxes – amazing quality and prices! Their Wine Shoppe has over 1500 labels and offers the largest Italian wine selection in town. Plus wine tasting and special events. And don’t get me started on the incredible butcher and deli counters. Homemade sauces, pasta, breads…it’s a foodie’s delight!
Congratulations to the Carfagna family for owning and operating this unique market since 1937!
We are so excited to be working with the team at Carfagna’s Market on their new website. While we have shopped there many times, we felt a bit of research was in order. Afterall, it’s part of the job. But for this project we get the added benefit of eating & drinking our research! Spent time at Carfagna’s (Col, OH) to learn more about the market’s amazing food and wine and great meat department with really friendly staff. This delicious “research” should help the new site design come to life!
The Dublin Barber Shoppe has been tradition in Dublin, OH since 1938. In fact, it has the distinction of being the city’s oldest business still in operation. Now owned and operated by Craig Price, the shop offers haircuts and beard trims to guys of all ages. While it remains true to the core of a barber shop, their approach is quite contemporary. And that’s where we come in.
We are designing a website for DBS that with an online scheduling app. Customers can access from anywhere and setup their appointment. Can’t wait to showcase the final product.
Thanks Craig and Martha for choosing Trusty & Company – we love working with you!
Congratulations to Peter Margaritis, CPA, aka The Accidental Accountant, on launching his second podcast series, Change Your Mindset. Pete is an author, speaker and podcast host who works with accounting professionals to improve their communication skills through improv.
We have worked with Pete for 12+ years, helping him consistently connect with his clients by taking advantage of all the marketing tools available to him, including website design and development, sell sheets, book cover design, podcast graphics, social media graphics and printed collateral.
Keeping our clients’ website current in design, content and technology is a big part of what we do, and we always put our clients first. So although it took a bit more time for us to design and develop a new website for t+c, we are happy to share it with you now.
We custom designed a WordPress theme for our site just as we do for our clients. While there are many WP themes you can purchase, we find that they do not allow the creative design our clients expect from us. WP is a great platform, with plugins and widgets that can be installed and designed to give the functionality you want. In the Services section on our Home page, we added an accordian widget that provides the dropdown effect for each service we offer. That allows us to display multiple service categories, each with its own details and yet keep the allocated “real estate” to a minimum.
In 2017 we began working with a new client who was referred to us by another client. The new client purchased an existing yarn shop, Knitwits, in Crescent Springs, Kentucky (near Cincinnati, Ohio). She wants to totally rebrand the shop, bring in more contemporary fibers, new classes and reach a broader audience. We started our work the way we always do: we asked a lot of questions and listened intently to the answers. Continue reading “A New Year, A New Logo”