by Bill Rambo | Sep 15, 2019 | Case Study, Local News, Projects, Website Design, Websites
A Fresh Look for a Tri-Cities Favorite
Johnson City’s sweet new business Peggy Ann Bakery had a soft opening on September 11, 2019 with the ITD Interactive-designed website launching on the same day.
Peggy Ann Bakery is a local family-owned business that has been open in Greeneville since 1982. The new Johnson City location joins the original in offering fresh-baked pastries, cakes, pies, cookies, as well as homemade donuts and locally-roasted coffee.
ITD Interactive built Peggy Ann Bakery a “preview” website when the business was first announced to help build anticipation for the bakery’s opening day. While the building was being renovated and prepared, we spent that time building the full website to be launched in conjunction with the store’s opening day.
The Peggy Ann Bakery site was built with mobile usability in mind given the bakery’s close proximity to ETSU means they’ll have lots of college-aged customers who do most of their browsing on smartphones. We also built them easy-to-use contact and employment application forms. ITD Interactive staff also took photos of the new and existing Peggy Ann locations and their products to be used on the site.
ITD Interactive is a local Johnson City business and we always like the opportunity to work with other local businesses! If you’re a new or existing business in Johnson City, Bristol, Kingsport, or beyond, get in touch with us today and let’s talk about what we can build together!
ITD Interactive Photos of Peggy Ann Bakery
by Bill Rambo | May 2, 2019 | Local News, Projects, Web Marketing, Website Design, Websites
Peggy Ann Bakery, a locally owned business in Greeneville, Tennessee since 1982, has partnered with ITD Interactive to develop their website and help build the brand for their new location in downtown Johnson City, Tennessee.
The owners of Peggy Ann Bakery decided to start with a “soft launch” for their website to offer general information about the new location. The full website will be launched closer to their opening date in Summer 2019.
In addition to general information about the business, ITD Interactive built forms for the site to allow visitors to ask the owners questions, sign up for opening updates, or apply for a job at the new bakery.
We look forward to this partnership with an exciting new local business! The finished site will be shared in the coming months.
If you’re thinking of starting a new local business or want to revamp the web presence of an existing one, get in touch with us! Our team has over 15 years of experience in Johnson City and the rest of the Tri-Cities and we understand our unique growing market.
Visit the Peggy Ann Bakery website
The mobile-friendly view of Peggy Ann Bakery’s website
by Bill Rambo | Apr 20, 2019 | Projects, Website Design, Websites
In April 2019 ITD Interactive developed and launched a brand new mobile-friendly website for The Urology Clinic, a urological health services practice with locations in both Johnson City, Tennessee and Bristol, Tennessee.
The new Urology Clinic website features a comprehensive list and descriptions of services offered by the clinic, downloadable forms for patients to fill out before visits, interactive forms for job applicants and general contact, and profiles of the doctors, surgeons, and physician extenders on staff.
The Urology Clinic was founded in 2000 in Johnson City, Tennessee with their second location opening in Bristol, Tennessee several years later. They offer urological health services to the entire Tri-Cities region.
Contact ITD Interactive today if your medical practice office is in need of a website facelift or SEO services! Our website hosting features a completely free SSL certificate to make ensuring your website is HIPAA compliant simple and painless.
See our work at JCUrology.com.
by Marcus Ledbetter | Feb 11, 2013 | Case Study, Portfolio, Projects, Website Design, Websites
“ITDi has gone above and beyond – and continues to do so – in making certain their product/our website is achieving the goals we collectively set for it. We love the ease of use, as well as the e-commerce options.” – Rob Cole, Operations Coordinator, Bays Mountain Park
Bays Mountain Park came to us via referral to solve their Kingsport web design needs. Most pressing among those needs were an updated design and a Content Management System (CMS) which made it easy for them to make updates.
Our design team put together a striking design including a new logo area which is based off of their angular entrance sign and exisiting logo. The colors and graphics on the home page portrayed the earthy tones of this woodland park and the state-of-the-art planetarium which is a huge regional draw. Bays Mountain is well-known for their wolf habitat, so we made prominent use of wolves in home page slider images as well as wolf footprints across the header.
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The site is set up on the WordPress CMS which allows multiple Bays Mountain Park staff to have separate back-end accounts and editing access. Ken Childress, Park Manager, wanted to make sure that the site stayed up-to-date with fresh information, so it was imperative that the CMS was easy to use. (more…)
by Marcus Ledbetter | Aug 8, 2012 | Portfolio, Projects, Websites
We just launched a new site for Diversified Power International, specializing in Golf Cart Battery Chargers. DPI is based in Piney Flats. The project included an extensive eCommerce solution and professional photography of some of their top products.
DPI also manufactures a wide range of electrical products including solar panel systems, printed circuit boards, DC to DC converters, automotive & RV batter chargers, and motorcycle & ATV battery chargers.
by Marcus Ledbetter | Jun 1, 2012 | Portfolio, Projects, Websites
We just launched a brand new site for a rehabilitation center in Johnson City. NHC Johnson City’s facilities include a nursing home and renovated rehab rooms. A new state-of-the-art rehab gym will be completed on the property soon. This project included coordination of a professional photography shoot and the site is mobile-responsive. Check out the screen captures below to see how the site responds to different browser widths.
Desktop View – Full-Width
Left-aligned logo. Full Menu. Full image.
Tablet View – Medium-Width
Logo centers. Menu centers and becomes dropdown. Images shrink.
Smartphone View – Minimum-Width.
Lead image does not appear, increasing download speed on handheld device and making the information more efficient.