GW Ridge wanted to wow potential clients, partners and investors with a site unlike anything their competition had on the web. Every custom-built element had to be engaging, thoughtful and easy to use. The CleverOgre team jumped at the chance to tackle this challenging project and flex our creative muscles.
West Florida Defense Alliance needed a modern, easy-to-use website to help active duty and retired members of the military. We built a sleek site to keep employment, education and community resources in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties organized and accessible.
Slosson Family Farms needed a logo designed to represent their cannabis extract operation. We took it a step further and provided a variety of related logos and marks to help them promote new products and grow their business.
Johnson Supply Company needed a site to showcase their company, their products and their people. CleverOgre built them a website chock-full of custom features and systems.
Over the last decade or so, downtown Pensacola has transformed from a ghost town full of empty storefronts to a busy and vibrant center of activity. Once a month, Gallery Night Pensacola takes over Palafox Street with art, music, food and fun for locals and out-of-town visitors. We designed and built a website to help the nonprofit broadcast event details and highlight the businesses and organizations that make it all possible.
James Martin, owner of Gulfside Landscaping, is not your typical Pensacola landscaper and he needed a Pensacola website as unique and beautiful as his custom garden designs. CleverOgre designed and developed a site that reflects the beauty of James’ designs through unique navigation and a multitude of bespoke features. An extremely custom site, the open aesthetics and full screen slide-out menu all help to convey the uniqueness and artistry of James’ creations.
This 20-acre ranch is near the famous Scenic Highway 30A, only a half mile down the road from the Gulf of Mexico in beautiful Santa Rosa Beach, FL. The 30A Horse Farm at Arnett’s Gulfside needed an updated image, so they called on us to create a logo that identified them as a premier destination for trail riding, stables and boarding.
The iconic 30A lettering is reminiscent of the county signs marking the roadway along the emerald green waters, while the distressed overlays bring an appropriately vintage feel to the design.
This family-owned and operated business was looking for a website that captured the skill and quality they put into their award-winning work. An interactive, animated slide-out menu allows users to easily access pages and information while offering a place to highlight specific offerings.
Principals Dean Dalrymple and Scott Sallis came to us looking for a website that got straight to the point: showcasing the amazing work they’ve created for their clients. Keeping with the established personality of their brand, we developed a site that captured the colors and textures found within their own office while making their work a top priority.
They design beautiful structures, we design great sites. Though the end product is completely different, our thought processes strike similar notes.
CleverOgre custom designed this e-commerce site to build on and enhance the brand image of Prime Karts. Tasked with the mission of capturing the strength and durability of their products, we set out to showcase their versatility and ruggedness through a modern, mobile-friendly site.
Our goals included providing users with an immediate sense of the product's personality and a simple, visually-directed interface to guide them through the shopping experience.
The owners of Cabinet Depot approached CleverOgre for help rebranding their company’s marketing and website to better reflect the high-end services and products they provide. As a local family business looking to stand out from the big box stores, they knew they needed to expand their digital footprint and branding.
When a beekeeping company with over 150 years of history came to us with the opportunity to develop a new website, the office was ... buzzing.