Integrity HVAC came to us with a very minimal internet presence. The only information available to internet users was an outdated Facebook page that the owner didn’t have access to.
Sutter Homes came to us already feeling defeated in a continual pursuit of digital marketing. We were able to develop a logo, consistent branding, and a massive website that left them smiling.
F&M Construction had a specific vision in mind, and had all of the assets ready to go. After communication and a handoff of assets, 360Durango’s job was to put this information in an aesthetically pleasing and informative website.
Mountain Modish was ready to launch their business into the online world and create a presence, and 360Durango was ready to make this happen for them.
Flexible Flyers had two separate websites, one for desktop usage and the other for mobile phones. With an outdated model, the client needed an update.
The Boulevard Skin Bar needed to make the jump into a full website without worrying about varying level of fees and a large upfront cost. With no photography, no website, and a tight budget, this project was unique.
Lone Wolf Cabins had an outdated website coupled with an old booking system that wasn’t generating any business. With no photography or assets, our task was to create an entirely new website from the ground up and integrate a booking software to generate reservations for their business.
The Vallecito Marina had a website, but unfortunately it was built by someone who “is pretty good with that stuff”. When they decided not to be in the website business (or more likely, hobby) anymore, not only did the Marina lose their website … they even lost their domain.
The Green Ridge Subdivision at Ute Pass was purchased by Highland Realty, and they needed to have a sales website for inquiries about building new single family homes. There was a website from the previous realtor, but it needed to be updated to reflect the upgraded status of shovel-ready development.
Brown’s Shoe Fit, the iconic local shoe store in Downtown Durango, needed to modernize their advertising programs. Over the years they’d established themselves as one of the most successful, longest running retial shops downtown, but they were struggling to comprehensively step into the digital era. Enter 360Durango.