Gordon’s Window Decor

Gordon’s Window Decor started in 1986 building window shades. They have continued to grow over the past 25 years, now have 30 employees and design and install window treatments for businesses, schools, and homeowners all over the world. Gordon’s Window Decor wanted a website that could continue to grow with them. Their previous website design had no content management system while their new website offers full control over the content, images, the portfolio and more. They needed a website that showcased their work, services and projects. We delivered a responsive, modern and professional design that is easy to navigate and includes clear calls to action for “Schedule an Appointment”, “Visit our Resource Center”, and “View Our Project Portfolio”.

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The Congregational Church of New Canaan Youth Ministries

The Congressional Church of New Canaan youth ministries website is the second site the church has developed with Union Street Media. The new site keeps current members up-to-date, strengthens the tie between the youth ministries and the church, and is a place for kids and families to see pictures and videos of past events. The site is easy to use, dynamic and represents the community.[/caption%5D

Huntington Homes

Huntington Homes was founded in 1978 and builds prefabricated homes. Prefabricated homes make up 6% of the housing market in the US, while overseas it is 70%. Huntington Homes wanted a professional website design that was clean and focused on images and floor plans of the houses they build. The main goal of the site is to counteract the stigma of prefabricated homes being cheap. The new site is also an educational tool that informs visitors about how prefabricated homes are built and why they are better.[/caption%5D

The Grove Hall Trust

The Grove Hall Trust is a new start up that makes grants directly to residents of Grove Hill (south boston) who are engaged in community improvement projects.[/caption%5D

Waybury Inn

Waybury Inn was one of the first Union Street Media clients. The Inn has offered comfortable lodging and unpretentious fine dining since 1810.  They also host business meetings and rehearsal dinners. They wanted a new website design that was clean, professional, and easy to use. Since their history dates back to the 1800s, they wanted a site that would also showcase the rooms, facilities and amenities.  Their previous site was outdated and the new one is built on WordPress to make it easy for them to update and more search engine friendly.[/caption%5D

Spotlight On Careers

Spotlight on Careers was founded by a group of liberal arts schools that teamed up 15 years ago and has grown to 30 members. Their goal is to help students find careers after graduation.  As they have grown, their previous website began to age and they needed a new, fresh site that would grow with them. The new site allows students from non-member schools to sign up, and member students have immediate access when on campus. The new user interface helps students utilize the site more effectively and make it easier for them to search job listings.[/caption%5D

Notifex Systems

Notifex Systems has been a long standing Union Street Media client and wanted to redesign their previous website. They create sensors that monitor a person, room, entryway and more. Site visitors can come to the site to learn more about their products. The new site is built on WordPress which will allow them to update products and information easily. The product has a small niche and their focus is on increasing their search engine rankings and driving more traffic to their site.[/caption%5D

Vermont Gem Lab

Vermont Gem Lab needed a website design to showcase their work. This simple WordPress site allows them to upload product images into a photo gallery.  We created a site that is not only visually appealing, but offers both new and returning customers, a way to find the information they’re looking for quickly and efficiently.