Having gone through a corporate restructuring and repositioning, Pacific Aisles was ready to refresh their dated website. Being in an industry that very familiar with trend, Pacific Aisles knew that they needed to evolve their look to continue attracting clients. Online leads are their main source of new clients, so Ready Set Mango updated their site design without sacrificing the search engine equity that they had already built.
With an agressive timeline and specific design expectations, Ava Gray turned to Ready Set Mango to design and launch their new e-commerce website. With the Ava Gray catalog in hand and a list of functionality requirements, Ready Set Mango delivered on-time and within budget.
Some businesses don’t change their websites in ten years. All’asta Party grew so quickly—they launched their initial site right away, then ditched it for an e-commerce edition within a year. Ready Set Mango made it affordable. And quick. When the call came, we were there to redesign and relaunch their fresh new website—and make it coincide with their catalog release.
Flower Fair is a well-established flower shop in downtown Honolulu. They get business from foot traffic and word-of-mouth. So why a website? Customer service. Flower Fair’s customers kept asking to have photos emailed of past floral arrangements. But since the owners were so busy with day-to-day operations, they couldn’t be as responsive to these requests as they wanted to be. Ready Set Mango created a website that was clean and gallery focused, knowing that most of the visitors would be looking for photos of their gorgeous arrangements.
Most of Art Kalahiki’s clients are out-of-state couples wanting to do a destination wedding in Hawaii. So Art relies heavily on his web presence. Ready Set Mango developed a website that showcases tangible videos and images along with his past performance listings—all of which give his jittery clients the peace-of-mind to hire him as their wedding musician.
Personal blogs don’t need to look homemade. The Acquavellas is a personal blog for April of Ready Set Mango. Just because it’s a magazine-style blog for a family rather than a million-dollar corporation, doesn’t mean that it shouldn’t look just as professional. This is especially important if you eventually want to sell something on your blog.
Although Marilyn was happy with her original website design, she noticed the limitations of updating her website since it was on an older content management system (CMS) from four years ago. After we showed her the advantages and flexibility of WordPress, she excited gave us the go ahead to port her website to the WordPress platform. We kept almost 90% of the design elements from her original website which allowed Marilyn to enjoy a website that looked like the original site, but functioned much better.
Sometimes it’s not about design, it’s about usability. KatieClaire had outgrown their PayPal-button store and needed an e-commerce store that made the buying process easier for the customer. Ready Set Mango was able to build an e-commerce store with customized functions for the monogrammed products including custom modal pop-ups and product fields.
This young, progressive all-girls private school needed a website to match the caliber of the education they provide. Competing in a market dominated by old, well-established parochial schools, Huakailani’s main opportunity lies in having a fresh, new Internet presence. Because the majority of parents look at a school’s website before they’ll look at a school, Huakailani needed a professional looking site steeped in content. Ready Set Mango put Huakailani on the fast track and launched their new website within a month, just in time for open admissions.
Extreme athlete needs an extreme site. With competitions year-round, Slater Trout needed a website that could be updated—by others!—with news, photos and videos. And since he’s 15, he needed the site to be fun yet professional, and incorporate his Facebook page. Done.
Dental Arts makes others look good, so they wanted their website to return their favor. They looked at some big name, national website companies, but didn’t want their site to be cookie-cutter. Dental Arts needed a unique site that could be updated easily by their staff. Ready Set Mango delivered a scaleable site so that they could launch right away—and add features as needed (e.g., a client-only section).
Kahi Ching, a talented, Hawaii-born artist, needed a website to showcase his artwork and post news about gallery showings, press and community involvement. Ready Set Mango designed a simple, clean, modern look that would properly display and not compete with images of his work. The blog-driven home page emphasizes his active participation in the Honolulu art community.
I Wuv Wes is personal website maintained by Wes the beagle (ok, Wes’s mom…) about pet-related topics. Ready Set Mango designed a magazine-style blog that framed and didn’t detract from the content.