|Friday Props: Reddit Place|
|Edgeworks Creative wins Vermont Business Magazine Best Website Developer Award|
|Friday Props - Dissolve|
|Friday Props - The Truck Art Project|
|Friday Props - The Monster Project|
|Friday Props - Taj Francis|
|Friday Props - Biodiversity Heritage Library|
|Alphabet Soup: LTKW|
|Friday Props - Women and Girls in STEM|
|Design Rush Names Edgeworks a Top Web Design Firm|
The average lifespan of a website is between five to seven years before the technology on the web has progressed so much that a website much older than that can start to feel dated. We were pleased when Vermont-NEA came back to Edgeworks Creative for a facelift and update of their website to set them on the path for the next five years. Read More >>
What do Ben & Jerry's, Caterpillar, Nike, John Deere, Coca-Cola, Harley Davidson, Toyota and Nissan all have in common? They all belong to an organization that has a new website developed by Edgeworks Creative - the Guest Relations Association website.
Read More >>
Pleased to announce another new client website - Friends of the Winooski River.
Read More >>
Recently we completed a year-long project with one of Waterbury's most iconic restaurants - Arvads. We were brought on board to help with a re-branding effort for the local eatery to coincide with their 25th anniversary of being in business. Arvads Grill (formerly Arvad's Grill & Pub) approached Edgeworks Creative with the knowledge that they wanted to change things up a bit and offer something different than what they had been doing. Having been in business as long as they have they felt as though the other restaurants in town were benefitting more from the beer tourism and foodie movement that Read More >>
We're pleased to announce a new website for Revitalizing Waterbury - proud to have been selected for this important project.
Read More >>
One of the things we least like (hate most?) about Wordpress is how often these websites are attacked. If you run a Wordpress site take a look at your server logs and you are likely to find hundreds upon hundreds of attempts by bots trying to break into the website administration. Sometimes, though, it isn't neccessarily brute force attacks on admin login, but rather updates to critical security flaws in the software that don't get applied because people are busy running their businesses and might not even be aware they are at risk. Edgeworks Creative does not work with Wordpress because Read More >>
Using the new Edgeworks CMS for Authors, Arthur Powers has created a website to feature his books and provide his fans with updated information about his blah blah blah ugh help Read More >>
Edgeworks Creative is proud to announce the release of a brand new website for the states' largest union - the Vermont-NEA. We worked closely with Darren Allen, the Communications Director for Vermont-NEA to provide a replacement for what had been an extremely difficult to use and poorly designed website with a beautiful responsive design. Read More >>
When Edgeworks Creative first moved to Waterbury, VT from its' former location in Rochester, VT one of the first people to welcome us to our new location was Laura Parette. We've had the great fortune of working together with her in her roles with Revitalizing Waterbury and the Waterbury Tourism Council and were quite happy to take on the redesign of the website for her design business: Laura Parette Design. The old site was static, requiring that she call her old firm and ask for changes if she wanted any (and if she wanted to spend money). She and Cynthia worked Read More >>
Congratulations going out to Linda and Mark of the Ten Acres Lodge in Stowe, Vermont for their new webiste. This project is one that has been done in small steps as Mark and Linda have been juggling the purchase, remodeling and re-opening of their great lodge and restaurant - a pain-staking process that has certainly kept them busy! The new website for the Ten Acres Lodge is built on the Edgeworks CMS TM and provides a branded platform for future growth as their Bistro and Lodge continue to evolve and serve excellent fare and comfort. We're happy to have met two great people Read More >>