Category: Portfolio

Website for new brewery in Eudora, KS

Wakarusa Brewery's website is a one-page design that will allow for flexibility as John and James renovate, develop and open their brewery and pub. It also educates visitors on the types of beer and mead they plan to brew. The website design incorporates great fonts, custom graphics and parallax for a fun scrolling experience. 

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Website for gallery and event space, office building

The Cider Gallery & Events website features beautiful artwork, the centerpiece to this refurbished building's gallery and event space. Modern fonts and easy content management helps this site stay relevent for those looking for a space to play (in the amazing event space) or work (in great office space).

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A new look for The Granada!

This writeup started as a short description for our portfolio page but because of the vast number of really cool features on The Granada’s site I wanted to brag about, I just couldn’t stop writing.  So I decided to turn it into a blog post. The Philsquare team is incredibly proud of this site and is very excited to have had the chance to work with such an iconic Lawrence venue. Coming soon: Look for a screencast showing some of the behind the scenes of The Granada’s new website and a bit more explanation on the development of some of the site’s features.

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New site for Lawrence Public Library, branding now in sync

The Lawrence Public Library came to Philsquare because they needed a new online presence that emphasized its various blogs, age-specific content and social media use. The design was based on the mostly new logo which reflects the organization's role as the community spot.

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Free birthday offers for @free

Josh Davis, with the @free twitter account, wanted a site where he could easily feature free birthday offers. He needed to be able to update the site himself and incorporate the many social media accounts he uses to promote and make @free so successful. 

Our goal was to build a content management site (CMS) that allows site manager to update content with new deals, allow for easy social media sharing and provide an attractive design to appeal to visitors. 

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Resources and student recruitment focus for KU Mechanical Engineering

The Mechanical Engineering (ME) department at KU wanted a unique look for their website that would allow them to stand out from competitors’ sites and showcase the department’s resources and faculty. Chair and Professor Ronald L. Dougherty’s goal for the site was to have a major impact on drawing students to KU-ME. Challenges included working within KU's brand and website guidelines and work within the State of Kansas Web Accessiblility Requirements. 


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