Web Design

When it comes to creating a web presence for our clients, we set out to deliver the best experience for your audience. Below is a selection of some of our finest work.

Bishop McGuinness

This is one of our most complex sites. It may not appear that way on the surface, but the backend is a technical marvel with features that even most universities don’t have. The site is integrated with a newsletter API, Apple News API, Facebook Instant Articles API, and Google News. There is a custom bulletin and breaking news system built in as well as iOS push notifications for important information. For more on this project, visit the Client Focus: Bishop McGuinness.

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Kindt Events

Designing Kindt Events website is only scratching the surface of the solutions we provided this awesome event planner. We launched the site alongside the release of their new branding so that it was off to the races all at once. The site features a client portal and collaboration area for event staff, vendors, and clients so they have a central location to stay informed and share documents and files. For more on Kindt Events, check out the Client Focus: Kindt Events.

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Randall Pain Management

Dr. Randall came to us and asked us to build him a new site that is easily updated, looks great, and can easily be adapted to match the branding of his other related businesses. This is the first of many new sites that follow his new brand standards.

Abandoned Oklahoma

This isn’t really a client site, rather, JTM started this site back in 2009 to document Oklahoma’s forgotten past. Abandoned Oklahoma has been featured nationally in several publications, and even made it to Discovery Networks on a ghost hunting show. Historic preservation and a fascination with the stories left behind are what drives this site.

RetroMetro OKC

Back in 2009, JTM was approached by the local celebrity author/journalist, Steve Lackmeyer to help him establish a brand new 501c3 non-profit dedicated to changing the status quo of Oklahoma history documentation. The idea came to represent an online digital museum to house relics that otherwise would go unnoticed or not displayed at all online. As a founding board member, JTM assisted in building the brand from the ground up into the recognizable name it is today.