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What our clients are saying about Two Spirit Group.
What a remarkable resource you are! I am delighted with your collaborative and mentoring spirit as you provided the intensive midwifery required to birth my web site and this new stage in my career as an artist. Gratefully,
Hi Wayne, I have thought of emailing you many times to tell you my vacation rental is doing great. I can't believe how well things worked out. Thank you so much for the help you gave me setting up my web page.
I am still in awe in how you work your magic, everything looks super. I so appreciate all your guidance.
Thank you so much for bringing the "call for entries" (more specifically the BLUE exhibition) into the 21st century. You have created a intranet site -- in line with our SCA image -- which I believe is clear and easy to use for applying artists. The intranet site looks really great and makes it much easier for the VAC to have all the artist's details in an Excel-file right from the moment of application. This really reduces or eliminates the errors that occur when artists fill in their details on the paper application. From artists who apply this way we have now correct email adddresses and the exact description/title of their work which eventually also helps us in creating right labels.
Another thank you for researching all the email addresses from the organisations to which we have been sending our "Calls for Entry" by mail. Sending the prospectus by email will greatly reduce our costs and is a way to update our contact-data. That research is a tedious and time-consuming task and I am grateful for the several hours/days of effort you put into accomplishing this job.
In a few words; great job! Your participation has brought important improvements that will be used for future exhibtions.
Greatly looking forward to working with you again.
Sebastopol Center for the Arts
This project involved implementing a cloud computing solution and redesign of four websites.
This project included a branding redesign, which included the website, business cards, and rack cards.
As general manager, I am responsible for strategic direction and operations. Spiral Foods Cooperative is a grassroots effort building a cooperative market that showcases local food with minimal packaging. Our facility will include a market, and a commercial kitchen/cannery, and a deli/café.
This was a redesign and functional upgrade project for an antiquated website.
BUCKS 'n BARKS is a local, family-owned tack and pet store. Early in 2010, we began kicking around the idea of opening a premiere tack and pet store for West Sonoma County.
This project was a redesign of BUCKS 'n BARKS website to update information and to give it a contemporary looks.
Two Spirit Group announces release of newly-refined Historical Society website.
The Historical Society wanted a more contemporary look and feel that would excite people about the area’s history. The new site capitalized on current website functionality including slideshows and videos as well as blogging and fill-in forms. The front page of the website will be ever changing with upcoming events and news from the Historical Society.
Individuals will be able to subscribe to periodic announcements via email to keep them abreast of upcoming events in the area. In the near future, people will be able to query a large historical archive of thousands of images and information from the past. It will be a valuable tool for individuals who are researching their genealogy and the history of western Sonoma County. In addition to this, shoppers will be able to purchase merchandise online from the Historical Society’s Gift Shop.
R & T Outdoor Furniture has been been building standard and custom-built redwood chairs, benches, teetertates, tables, and more in this area for over 25 years. Their responsibly-priced furniture is made from beautiful, unfinished redwood, and well-constructed for years of enjoyment.
Services Provided: Web Site Design and Development, Photography
R&T Outdoor Furniture
Abstract influences have been very strong in Karen Greif's work. Painting a representational chair isn’t as exciting as interpreting a chair as an abstract. The challenge is to paint the essence of a chair without its form. With acrylic paint and other media, her colors assume lines, shapes, composition and balance.
The painting leads Greif and tells her what to do next. Karen Greif was raised in California and attended workshops and classes throughout the years absorbing influences from her work in interior decorating, refinishing furniture, tole painting, Ikebana, mosaic tile work and other crafts. She is a full-time painter and her work leans towards Asian influences.
Services Provided: Photography and Print Design
Lynn Werner has been creating jewelry that inspires the spirit and causes heart-healthy living.
Her passion is in design, playing with beads, each uniquely handcrafted. She loves combining colors and materials in new ways. Spirit’s guidance has opened her to Bracelets for Change where she can do her spiritual work while creating beauty. She creates all her hypoallergenic pieces with heartfull love.
Services Provided: E-Commerce Web Site Design and Development, Image Library Solution