Looking for small business web design help in Berkeley? Look no further than bizdetail!
Over the years, we have worked extensively to provide web design and site management services to countless Berkeley CA based businesses.
Blue’s Chocolates (formerly Chocolatier Blue) has been with bizdetail through numerous iterations of their eCommerce website.
The latest version of their site is running WordPress with WooCommerce, and they currently offer 3 order size options for their beautiful and tasty chocolates. We designed the site, installed the shopping cart, and built out the store, connecting it with Square, the same billing platform they run in their University Ave. retail location.
With half of their menu fixed and the other half turning over seasonally, we have simplified and streamlined the process making the switch-over as easy and pain-free as possible. We also produce flyers and inserts regularly, and handle the other things that come up as part of running an eCommerce site.
Another example of a web design and hosting client is Susan Gildea Personalized Printing, located on Ashby Avenue, near Tunnel Road, right as you enter/exit town.
Susan’s site was actually done over 5 years back, but you would barely know it by looking at it! Since she sells paper products, keeping the site clean and simple was important.
Although it is likely time to update the site and make it mobile-friendly when she is ready, the site is a great example of our Berkeley web design services!
One last example of a Berkeley web design project completed by bizdetail is the site we did for Buffet Euro.
When we initially built the site, building it to be flexible and easy for their staff to update was very important.
This is another site that was down 5+ years back, but the site still looks modern enough, but more importantly, it is still running strong half a decade later despite the fact it isn’t even built in WordPress!
If you are interested in discussing how we can help your Berkeley based business, please call 925.963.1377 or contact us today.
Fun Fact: As a project manager for a Berkeley web design startup for 2.5 years before founding bizdetail, Mitch Free has always felt a special connection to the city as the place he got his professional start. In fact, the original bank account for bizdetail was opened up in the historic Wells Fargo Building on Shattuck in Downtown Berkeley, built in 1925, and listed on the National Register of Historic Places.