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July 02, 2014 — by: E. Werner Reschke
Categories: Announcements

Hilltop-farm-of-oregonHilltop Farm of Oregon’s website was last updated in 2008. Six years ago in the real world equals 60 in web design years. Much has changed in how websites are built and how designs work in 2014. Limitations a few years ago are no longer a barrier to design today.

Hilltop Farm of Oregon is a small horse farm that specializes in the Lusitano — a special breed from Portugal. This elegant and powerful breed needed a better website to reflect its true personality. wrinkledog met that challenge with an airy design that helps capture the essence of this beautiful horse.

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July 02, 2014 — by: PR Director
Categories: Trends

BloggingBlogging was introduced to the world early last decade. Blogging was initially used as a way that people could express their opinions for everyone to read. Writers immediately took to the new medium and soon after journalists caught onto the power. Matter of fact it was a blogger in 2004, who took on powerful CBS News Anchor Dan Rather, showing the world Rather’s proof about George W. Bush was fraudulent.

Today blogging takes on many forms. For example, several organizations use blogging as a way to report news stories. wrinkledog’s news section is a blog — a series of articles about news, trends and announcements. Blogs allow organizations to catalog and archive information very easily. Moreover, active blogs help improve you your website’s ranking among search engines.

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June 09, 2014 — by: PR Director
Categories: News

Three-guys-and-a-podcastThree Guys And A Podcast (aka T-GAAP), have been blogging about “All Things Apple” and related technology news for the past three years.  The Three Guys are from various backgrounds, live in different parts of the country, but all use Apple products in their daily lives whether on a professional or personal basis.

Blog articles written by the Three Guys have been picked up by 9-to-5 Mac, Mac Daily News, Cult of Mac, Mac Surfer and other well respected industry news outlets. Concerning the website update, “This is really a breath of fresh air. We needed a complete make-over. Our site was old, tired, the ads didn’t work,... the content is great but now we have a website look and feel to match that,” said Mark R.

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June 02, 2014 — by: PR Director
Categories: News

Crater Lake - Klamath Regional Airport Website UpdateThe Crater Lake - Klamath Regional Airport needed a website make-over. It’s web design had lasted about five years, but like paint on a house it was starting to look old and worn. wrinkledog was asked to come in and make the site modern, fun and useful.

“This Airport website redesign was a real fun project. We worked with the City, the Airport and Discover Klamath (the county tourism group) to come up with the main themes. We leveraged some promotional work from the Discover Klamath. Most of all this now puts a proper face on the website, since the airport’s rebranding and name change from ‘Klamath Falls Airport’ to ‘Crater Lake - Klamath Regional Airport’”, E. Werner Reschke, president of wrinkledog, said.

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May 21, 2014 — by: PR Director
Categories: News

Ayres Painting Ashes Away Chimney SweepFrank Ayres was tired of the lackluster performance from his Yellow book website. Both of his businesses, Ayres Painting and Ashes Away Chimney Sweep, were fairing poorly in search engines, but overall the site was just a mess. 

“When we came to the job we said we could help with search results, but we also needed to update the site for branding.” E. Werner Reschke, president of wrinkledog, said. “The site was just a bunch of pictures with nothing for search engines to index. The design, well, the design... let’s just say there was much to be desired. Our main challenge was blending two different companies onto one website. We think we were able to accomplish that, enhance the visibility and usability of the website as well as improve SEO results.” Reschke said.

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April 24, 2014 — by: PR Director
Categories: News

Lester-realtyLester Realty, formerly known as Apodaca-Pierce, has rebranded itself. Part of the rebranding was a new website. The design reflects the Klamath Basin in both color and texture. The content has been reorganized so it is easy to locate a house for sale, a house for rent or commercial/industrial properties. Each property listing includes an online gallery to generate further interest.

Principal Broker Lori Lester said “We are very excited about the new website. It is already bringing us leads, which is exactly what we wanted it to do. wrinkledog was great to work with and their CMS is so easy to use. We can now easily keep our site up to date, by adding new properties or removing old ones.”

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March 17, 2014 — by: PR Director
Categories: Announcements

HopeartacademyOn Monday afternoon, Hope Rising Board Chair Tasha Meyer contacted wrinkledog. They had just received the funding necessary to open their charter school. Enrollment was starting soon, but they didn’t have a website which would be critical for the enrollment process.

Our board is finalizing the development of a charter school with a youth center for the arts after school for the entire community's youth. Would you be willing and have the time to develop a website over the next week (can be a work in progress but need the basic content in by Sunday of this week).

We realize that is a crazy turn around time.

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March 10, 2014 — by: PR Director

Klamath-falls-police-departmentAs part of an ongoing project with the City of Klamath Falls, wrinkledog recently completed the transformation of the Klamath Falls Police Department’s website make-over. The new site leverages the design and layout set forth with the City’s website update, but with some subtle changes to accommodate some Police Department’s specific needs.

The Police Department’s new website makes takes full advantage of wrinkledog’s WOOF! 2 CMS for easy and instant web page editing. The site uses wrinkledog’s “fast search”  global search tool and easy menu system to make sure web visitors can quickly find content. Finally, the site’s visual appeal, makes the site friendly and now part of the new online branding campaign for the City of Klamath Falls.

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February 18, 2014 — by: PR Director

Scott-valley-feedScott Valley Feed was in desperate need of website help. The Yreka Nursery and Feed store’s old site was built several years ago using dark colors and gave the impression that Scott Valley Feed should be at the bottom of your feed store and nursery list.

wrinkledog was asked to change all of that. wrinkledog first met with store owner Kathy Murray and took a tour of both of their stores in Greenview and Yreka, California. Next an inviting color palette was developed to match the feeling one gets when walking in the Scott Valley Feed. Then some good photos of what the stores really look like were added and viola! A new website that is not only beautiful but truly reflects what one can expect when visiting Scott Valley Feed in person. Awesome selection, friendly service and a great experience.

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February 18, 2014 — by: PR Director

City-of-klamathfalls-new-website-2014The City of Klamath Falls had wrinkledog build their website over five years ago. While the site was functional it was starting to look out of date. So the City turned to wrinkledog again to update their site with a modern look and to be mobile friendly. 

The website makeover is just what the CIty needed. City officials did not have to change CMS platforms or learn any new web tools. wrinkledog just refreshed the design allowing the website to look brand new without missing a beat. The new design not only better highlights the City’s strengths, it also is easier to use, encouraging repeat visitors. Site wide search, site map, drop down navigation, mobile-friendly — all built with the user in mind — make it much easier to quickly find desired content .

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