We’ve had a longstanding relationship with The Insurance Group, helping them with print design for proposals, benefits guides, along with web design for their various sub-brands and organizations.
Recently, we worked with their on-site gym and wellness facility, Optimus: The Center for Health, to create a modern and inviting gym website design. The website, which is built with WordPress as its content management system, uses responsive website design to ensure the site works on all devices, a feature lacking from the organization’s previous website, which debuted nearly 10 years ago. Continue Reading
Hub & Spoke recently helped Rock Bridge Brewing Company relaunch online, replacing their dated look with something fresh and mobile friendly.
The new design, which includes original photography of their brewery by Hub & Spoke, uses wood grains, subtle patterns and grids, helps to create the look of a modern and welcoming online gathering place.
When Rock Bridge Brewing Company approached Hub & Spoke, they showed us one of their wooden beer taps, asking us to use its unique character for inspiration on the project.
From there, we worked to make a responsive website design that showcased their events and unique brews with an easy-to-use content management system, WordPress.
Along for the Ride
Hub & Spoke has partnered with Rock Bridge Brewing Company since 2013, when we designed their Rye You Lil’ Punk and Saison beer cans, marking their first foray into canned products.
Since then, we’ve had the opportunity to help them take four brews to store shelves, with their first bottle series set to debut across Missouri soon.
When you’re looking for a website design that works on all devices, also look for a long-term partner—someone who can grow with your business to help you tell your story. At Hub & Spoke, we work side by side with companies of all shapes and sizes to create a powerful and engaging online presence, and we won’t ever leave you hanging.
Recently acquired by Zimmer, Inside Columbia Magazine has long been one of Columbia’s go-to media destinations, taking readers inside unique spots for food, drinks and fun.
Last summer, we had the chance to help them rethink their website design, bringing our considerable magazine website design experience to the conversation. We’ve had the opportunity to design many lifestyle and business magazine websites, including websites promoting magazine events and their publishers. Continue Reading