Making the Web Responsive—to Our Clients’ Needs

The website remains the most visible and accessible expression of your brand, so yours had better look great and function well. We build custom sites for our clients which are durable, robust, secure, updatable, and mobile-friendly. Building chiefly with the widely-adopted WordPress framework, our websites come complete with content management systems our clients can use to add and modify their sites with. The state-of-the-art hosting platform that Banik uses helps us make sure the latest security and compatibility features are available for our clients’ sites.

On top of all that, our sites advance your brand with gorgeous photography, down-to-earth copy and customized content and functionality that helps you connect with your audience 24/7. Check out a short sampling of our recent web work.


Fibre House

Our work rebranding Great Falls’ premier fiber arts retailer included a completely new web presence. To make Fibre House’s new home on the web truly sing, we conducted a comprehensive photo shoot of many of its products, and used the images as the foundation for a clean and inviting site which helps customers connect with the shop.

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Gordley Associates

Washington, D.C.-based consultants Gordley Associates collaborated with us on a project for another client recently, and when it came time for them to update their own website, they called us. The firm’s reputation and competence of its people is the heart of its business, so our design for their site put them front and center, presenting the team’s skills and effectiveness to its current and prospective clients.

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Montana Wheat and Barley Committee

Faced with an aging website which didn’t reflect its national and international expertise advocating on behalf of Big Sky Country’s wheat and barley producers, the MWBC asked us to start over with a site that represented who it truly is. We began with a photo shoot of Montana farms, elevators and agricultural landscapes. Then we designed a new site, pairing our photography with smart positioning headlines and clear, informative content which helps promote Montana grains.

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National Barley Growers Association

When NBGA asked us to help them get the word out about how barley becomes the world’s best beer, we jumped at the chance and focused on making its website a key weapon in that task. Drawing from our library of stunning agricultural photography and previous video projects, we revamped the Association’s web presence with an updated design and site structure filled with modern and relevant content.

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Yogo Inn

Home to the geographical center of Montana, the Yogo Inn is a Lewistown institution. The hotel has been undergoing extensive renovations. This meant its website needed to do the same. We pared down the Yogo’s previous site to a clean, modern design which gives visitors a great sense of the hospitality they’ll find when they arrive. Our site also integrates with an online reservation booking system to make finding a room in the heart of Montana a snap, day or night.

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