We are passionate about building websites that can serve as a resource for your readers, designed with your mobile traffic in mind first and perfectly aligned to your unique brand.
the clean eating couple
Liz branched out from a premade customized theme and sought out a more organized way for readers to access her catalog of healthy, easy recipes. Her site now features custom icons to browse her categories, an organized recipe index to display her latest and best content, and category pages that are optimized for SEO.
lemon tree dwelling
Cathy was using a well known premade theme but had outgrown it’s customizable features. She wanted to focus on updating her branding to be more in line with the caliber of her popular food blog focused on easy recipes for entertaining. Her homepage, recipe index and category pages make it easy for readers to get lost in her content.
Becky’s goal was for her website to be easier to navigate and to create a seamless connection between her cookbooks and the experience her readers get on her website.
Kate was looking to modernize her site, while making it more user friendly. She wanted her users to be able to easily browse her website for recipes, showcase seasonal and featured recipes easily on her homepage, and to have a customized recipe index to browse by type, course and diet.
feast + west
Susannah narrowed her blog’s focus to drinks and entertaining food, with a focus on fun details and easier navigation. Her website redesign included a reorganization of her categories including adding index pages for her cocktail specific content as well as her recipes.
little spoon farm
Amy wanted to have a cohesive look and feel to her brand, one that would resonate with her audience. Now that she has worked with GV and has new branding, she can focus on content creation and marketing. She has a very streamlined workflow and doesn’t have to constantly reinvent the wheel!
miss allie’s kitchen
Allie wanted a new design to convey her brand while improving user experience. She wanted to be able to showcase what makes her website unique and organize pages and posts so that readers get the most value out of what she creates for them.
Tori was looking to move her site into a more modern, clean, sleek, and user-friendly version of itself. She was focused on shifting into encompassing a full Mediterranean-inspired lifestyle, instead of just food and the organization and categories that this entailed.
the schmidty wife
Lauren was ready to level up her blogging game after focusing solely on the strategy of her content. She wanted her branding to match the high quality content she was sharing on her site. With her new branding, her vision for something fun, fresh, and colorful was brought to life.
eat the gains
Kelly wanted to go from “blog” to “resource” so that she could offer her readers more than just recipes, while sharing her story and helping others on their healthy eating and wellness journey. A redesign and new branding has shifted her business into the direction she wanted it to go!