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Minnehaha Liquors Custom Website Redesign

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Minnehaha Lake Wine & Spirits came to us in need of a rebrand and custom website redesign. They didn’t have a “real” logo just their store sign and their website had been created in Wix and the design was outdated and hard to update. They wanted to create a bold, modern brand, that would stand out from their competition. Their store had been in business since 1939 and it was important for them to keep the historical aspect in their design.The owners grandfather immigrated to Minnesota after surviving the concentration camps in WWII, and purchased the liquor store. It was vital that the history remain part of the brand.  Their store signs were iconic and they wanted to make sure the new logo would still be recognizable as part of their historic brand. Read More

San Pedro Cafe WordPress Website Redesign

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San Pedro Café is a Caribbean-themed restaurant and bar sharing the flavors, culture, and pleasures of the Caribbean Sea with residents and visitors of Hudson, Wisconsin. The San Pedro team came to us in need of a WordPress website redesign. They had been using standard Tumblr template for their website, and it looked very generic, was not mobile friendly was hard to navigate and to update. Read More

Executive Speaking Responsive Website Redesign

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Executive Speaking provides private coaching, leadership speaking and master classes to train high level executives on public speaking techniques. They came to us in need of a responsive website redesign. Their website had become outdate, it wasn’t mobile friendly and was hard to navigate. They wanted a new website that was unique, modern, responsive and would stand out from the competition and looks great on every device.  Read More

Is there really a big difference between a custom designed website and a template?

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You’ve built your business from scratch, so why not build your website? With limitless information on hand and the Do-It-Yourself attitude most of us have, many business owners are tempted to build their own site based off of preexisting templates. For small businesses with small marketing budgets, this may seem like your best option. It’s time consuming and cumbersome, but it can be done free or cheap. And recently services like Wix and Weebly have made it fairly easy to create a simple site, but it comes with many negatives. Before spending hours of frustration trying to create your website using a template, consider the following and how it can affect your business. Read More

Should your business consider a website redesign? Here are 5 website redesign tips.

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Are you wondering why your website isn’t gaining much traffic? If your website isn’t actively engaging customers or targeting the right demographic, it might be time for a redesign. Is your website outdated? Whether it is right or wrong, many people make snap judgments based on appearance. When people find your site, make sure it’s an appealing discovery. A website redesign can boost internet traffic and SEO results, putting your business on the top of internet search engines and making your business easier to find. We put together a list of website redesign tips to help get you started. Read More

Viral Marketing: Solid Brand Strategy?

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Everyone wants to create the next viral video, infographic, or marketing campaign, and why wouldn’t they? A seemingly simple video or idea that cost little money to make, yet still explodes in popularity from YouTube, FaceBook, or any other social media, is a brand strategist’s dream come true.

But dreams are sometimes nightmares, and rarely are nightmares fun. So what’s the best way to use viral marketing to get more traffic to your website? Before consciously implementing a marketing idea you think will go viral into your brand strategy, carefully weigh the pros and cons. Read More

Wounded Heroes of America Website Redesign: An Inspiring Project For An Inspiring Cause

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There’s nothing we love more than showing off our incredible clients, especially after we’ve had the fortune of partnering with them on a project. Our team is lucky to work for a company that places great importance in working with non-profits, as well as pursuing work that has a larger meaning. In fact, our latest project also holds a special place in the heart of DreamBig founder, Veronica Gagnelius. Veronica began volunteering her design work for Wounded Heroes of America back in 2002. Since then, the foundation has grown and they recently reached out to our team to help with their website redesign. We are so excited to share the new Wounded Heroes of America website with the rest of the world and hope you see the passion and inspiration that our team felt as we worked on this project.

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The DreamBig Creative Process: Keeping It Personal + Strategic

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Finding an agency that fits your needs can be a difficult choice. At DreamBig, we don’t mess around when it comes to meeting our client’s business needs, which is exactly why we designed a creative process that ensures the best results for each brand. When a business chooses to work with us, we provide them with a well thought out and structured method that will guarantee the incredible website design, branding, infographics, or other creative collateral that a business needs and deserves. Our team gets personal, listens, and collaborates with our clients so that they walk away feeling taken care of as well as trusting that we will get the job done and that we will provide amazing results.

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The Marketing Strategy You Need to Keep Your Small Business Successful

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We know that as a small business there can be tight budgets, small teams, and definitely not a lot of wiggle room. It doesn’t matter what kind of business you own, you will definitely need a professional and well functioning website, a unique logo and identity, and compelling marketing collateral to succeed or even survive.

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