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February 18, 2015 — by: E. Werner Reschke
Categories: News

Legacy Forge and Millwork Doors websiteLegacy Forge and Millwork Doors called wrinkledog  in a panic. Their previous web designer left unexpected with their website  unfinished. With a major tradeshow just two weeks away, wrinkledog  was asked to not only finish building the website before the tradeshow, but also to add in several new galleries of content to match a recently finished brochure.

Of course wrinkledog  answered the call and not only finished the website on time with new galleries and content from the brochure, but also made the website responsive — so that mobile devices could view the website and galleries at the right size — no need for pinch-zooming in and out.

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February 05, 2015 — by: PR Director
Categories: News

Modoc Medical Center, New WebsiteThis week Modoc Medical Center launched its brand new website. Naturally, wrinkledog was in the middle of all the work — from design to organization of content. The project took about three months and the end result is a responsive website that is perfect when viewing on a mobile phone to large desktop monitor. Moreover the new website is built atop of wrinkledog’s amazingly easy-to-use content management software: WOOF! 2 CMS. Not only does Modoc Medical Center now have a great site, they also have one they can easily manage.

The new website better positions Modoc Medical Center as the local healthcare authority. From emergency services to long-term care, Modoc Medical Center has the right personnel, facilities and values to ensure your healthcare needs are met. CEO Kevin Kramer said, “I am very pleased with the final product that has come out of our work with wrinkledog. We look forward to working wrinkledog to make it [the website] even better.”

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January 09, 2015 — by: PR Director
Categories: News

Sagebrush RendezvousA great event happens every year right after the new year but before the calendar can reach February. That event is the Sagebrush Rendezvous. The Sagebrush Rendezvous is an art show that showcases local and regional artists. It is held at the Running Y Ranch and is a fantastic way to lift the spirits when the winter weather is starting to wear you down.

wrinkledog  worked with the Exchange Club of Klamath Falls to secure a tourism grant to build a website to promote this special event. This year marks the 37th Annual Sagebrush Rendezvous. The dates are January 24-25, 2015. The show includes a silent auction, wine, beer and cheese tasting, fantastic art and a great time had by all.

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January 09, 2015 — by: PR Director
Categories: News

Cascade Chapter - Oregon Dressage SocietyThe Cascade Chapter of the Oregon Dressage Society wanted to update their website so they could better promote their organization as well as improve their image online. wrinkledog  agreed to build the site as a pro-bono project, and as one might expect, the result is incredible. 

CCODS now has a website they can brag on. It is beautiful and easy to keep up to date — thanks to wrinkledog’s  super-simple WOOF! 2 Content Management System. With WOOF! 2 CMS, CCODS has an easy way to promote upcoming meetings and events, update pages, add pages, insert YouTube videos — and look great while doing all of it. This is not some off the shelf-template but a unique design to express the core values of CCODS.

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January 09, 2015 — by: PR Director
Categories: News

Dirt-road-economistFormer Klamath County Commissioner Dennis Linthicum wanted a website where he could promote his ideas of economic liberty and prosperity for all. He turned to wrinkledog  in order to get a website built quickly but also one that is professional looking and one that graphically conveyed his thoughts. Moreover the site is responsive, so it works perfectly from über-sized desktop monitor to svelte smart phone.

The Dirt Road Economist is based on the notion that almost everything we buy and use starts on a dirt road. From the food we eat, to the houses we build to the buildings we work in — all these items have one thing in common — they come from a dirt road. Dennis builds on this idea to show that understanding how economics works is incredibly important in order to create public policy that serves the greatest good.

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December 01, 2014 — by: PR Director
Categories: News

Pacificcrestfcu-emailPacific Crest Federal Credit Union is now a proud part of the wrinkledog  family. Leveraging wrinkledog’s  technology expertise, Pacific Crest now uses RepSend to send individual, custom, fully branded and trackable emails to new Pacific Crest credit union members and on then again on their first anniversary. By sending personal emails on important dates, Pacific Crest can better retain members and set themselves apart by showing that they care about their members and are not sterile like most of the larger financial institutions.

Pacific Crest uses wrinkledog’s FIDO 2 Email Newsletter program to make sure they can cost-effectively keep members informed of new services and special offerings. In tandem these two, easy to use tools, provide Pacific Crest a distinct advantage over their competition.

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December 01, 2014 — by: PR Director
Categories: News

Acme Computer, Responsive website, mobile websiteWhile many last week were preparing for a Thanksgiving feast and getting together with friends and family, wrinkledog  was hard at work putting the finishing touches on an updated website design for Acme Computer.

The website was three years old and in need of technology and presentation improvements. One of those was making the website responsive, so that any device — desktop, tablet or smart phone — will now see the website in an optimized format without losing any content. One content management system with many different display options based on the type of device wanting to view the website.

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November 13, 2014 — by: PR Director
Categories: News

Klamath Community Web Portalwrinkledog is proud to partner with a consortium of businesses, government agencies and non-profit organizations to produce the official Klamath Community web portal. The genesis of KlamathCommunity.com was to give Klamath Falls and Klamath County a first class presence in the online space and a quick way to for those outside the county to find local resources, whether for visiting or relocating.

For several years wrinkledog has worked with the Klamath Community team to make sure that this goal of a “best foot forward approach” was maintained online. Now, wrinkledog has reproduced and rebranded the website portal to stay one-step ahead of neighboring communities with a video/picture-driven website that accurately promotes the best Klamath County has to offer. The simple theme of “Live, Work and Play” promotes the aspects of what it is like to live in Klamath County, work in Klamath County and enjoy the beauty of Klamath County.

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November 11, 2014 — by: PR Director
Categories: News

Smith Self Storage - web design by wrinkledog, incSmith Self Storage needed a better online presence. With two local storage facilities in a very competitive market, Smith Self Storage needed to stand out from the rest of the crowd. Their old website was built by phone book company, and unfortunately looked just like what you might expect. Zzzzzzzz. wrinkledog to the rescue.

Now Smith Self Storage’s website is inviting, informative and — if you’re in the market for extra storage space — Smith Self Storage will now be on your short list. What’s more, the website is optimized for any type of device from smart phone to über big desktop monitor. This means no matter who is looking or how they are looking, the experience of SmithSelfStorage.com is the same — stunning.

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October 17, 2014 — by: PR Director
Categories: News

Wubbas-bbq-shack-website-updateWubba’s BBQ Shack owner Aaron Webb contacted wrinkledog three years ago to get his website off the ground. A few months ago he wanted to update that design to better reflect their menu and overall feel of their BBQ Shacks — yes Shacks (plural). Wubba’s recently expanded with a new restaurant in Bend, Oregon.

wrinkledog was up to the task, taking specific elements from Wubba’s menu and photos of their restaurants, aka “BBQ Shacks”, to create a responsive design that not only works well on the desktop but also on tablets and mobile devices.  For Werner and team wrinkledog, this was a fun project. “Aaron is a great person to work with (who makes fantastic food). It was a pleasure to work with him again to create something he’s passionate about — a Wubba’s experience online.”

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