We were able to launch the redesign of a website for Transformation Keys, LLC this week! We were so honored to be able to work with owner and certified coach, Charlotte Anderson on this project.
We launched a website along with a logo and style guide for Glenn Hope AgriCare. Owner, Aimee has an amazing vision of using the gorgeous setting of her family farm to create space for veterans to be empowered and find healing. It’s been great to design a website to feature this incredible organization.
In our work with Meals on Wheels of Lancaster, we felt strongly about building a website that is designed not only to organize and effectively showcase the components of their organization but to make sure that their website functions in a way that streamlined some of their administrative processes.
When we met with Aimee McGrath to take first steps to building a landing page and logo for her, we knew we’d need to get the logo just right to match her grounded yet creative spirit.
After 90 years of service to the community, Ensinger Graphics, Ltd. was hoping to update their look! So, how do you create a design that honors the rich history of such a long standing business? We started by listening and we honed in on what kept them flourishing.
We were so pleased at the opportunity to develop a website for Barbara Breimhurst Jones, an artist who needed an online platform to display her many works of art. Through the process of building a website, we took time to see where Barbara displays her art– in the natural surroundings at her home on Jones Pond.
Pennant Creatives was honored to receive the commission to design the Horse Inn site.