We craft thoughtful experiences centered around custom, responsive websites, that help businesses to thrive online. Whether it’s a new site or we’re redesigning your previous website, our love for great design, creativity, and out-of-this-world relationships with clients helps us to add fuel to your ideas. We have an unstoppable desire to help our clients realize their brand’s potential, which inspires us to dream BIG!
We love our work and it shows. Go ahead, have a look.
Wright & Moore (ohiofarmlaw.com) provides legal counsel to farmers and landowners in Ohio. They wanted their website to be as inviting as their offices. So when they asked for our help, we delivered.
The Cashmans family business has been at its current location for over 3 decades, and they were looking for a way to be more competitive online. When they approached 40 Degrees Media they had multiple websites and blogs and were trying to figure out a better way to reach customers.
Designing and developing a new website that could showcase almost a thousand acres of parks and trails, a 1930s family farmhouse, wetlands, prairies, and picnic areas with miles and miles of walking trails is no small task. But we’re always up for a good challenge.
Dr. Hall helps people change their thinking for the better. He had just finished publishing a new book called Staying Happy Being Productive, and he asked us to design a new website to help promote it.
Passionate Penny Pincher helps millions of folks save money on groceries, Amazon deals, Dollar Tree DIY’ing, and making simple meals at home. So after 10 years of being in business, she was ready for an updated brand and a new website.
How do you capture the excitement of a trampoline park on a website? Using video of course!
Dan & Logan, owners of Central Drain Service, wanted to showcase the fact that they utilize video inspection technology in their work. So they asked us to create a website that would help spread the word.
Jered asked us to design a website that would help showcase their new men’s yoga apparel brand, aptly called Warrior Wear. His goal was to attract more men to an industry where men weren’t very prevalent.