Web Site Design

Technology is changing every day.  More users are viewing on tables and smart phones, meaning you need make sure your web site is in the best possible format for your customers.

Biggest Bark will help you design the web site to meet your needs, including:

  • Starting and integrating a blog to help keep your customers going to your web site.
  • Develop either a fluid web site or a custom mobile web site, making sure your customers can easily access the information you want them to.
  • Integrating video into the site

The Heritage Corridor Ale Trail is a project for the Heritage Corridor Convention and Visitors Bureau that highlights area craft beer breweries and the restaurants that serve them.  The site integrates social media photos from Facebook and Instagram.  We are currently integrating data from Untappd to help present beer ratings, photos and descriptions.

heritagecorridoraletrail.com

The Chicago Festival Association is the non-profit organization that produces the non-profit McDonald’s Thanksgiving Parade in downtown Chicago.  This web site helps to showcase the color and spectacle of the parade in a visual manner, integrating photo and video wherever possible – all about the show!

chicagofestivals.org

The Illinois Route 66 Miles of Possibility Conference is a celebration and brainstorming session to help preserve and renovate the famous “Mother Road.”  A fairly new conference, the goal with the site was to present the famous visuals of Route 66.  Whether it was the famous road sign, the Gemini Giant (one of the “Muffler Men”), the 2-cell jail and more … we wanted to create excitement about history.

Route66MilesOfPossibility.com

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