We don’t just build sites. We solve problems. Here are some of the problems we’ve helped our project partners solve.
Our areas of expertise.
Our work in major industries has paved the way for two things: efficiencies in how your site is built, and advancements collected from our history of past projects. Your projects benefit on the shoulders of those that came before.
Creating and maintaining healthy web experiences to hospitals and the people and organizations that support them.
From large to small, university to community college, putting our educated minds to good use with student-focused design.
Building web experiences and supporting the credit unions, banks, and institutions that help us make big financial decisions.
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Tables, while seemingly simple, can be difficult to implement — especially when it comes to mobile widths. For SELCO, Blend helped develop a table option that worked at both full-width and on mobile.
Relationships matter, especially in the world of federal credit unions. Thankfully, partnerships are what we specialize in at Blend — and it was a partnership with SELCO that led to a fresh, beautiful new site.
It’s always easiest to experiment on yourself, which is why we made a push to include an automatic dark mode on the new Blend Interactive site.
In partnering with Flint Group, we helped guide a client toward a better Umbraco install, all in time to successfully launch before open enrollment.
How Blend prepared the twenty-four chapters of The Web Project Guide for future search.
Working with an agency partner, Blend moved the South Dakota Department of Revenue into a new site on Umbraco.
Developing a content plan that can be maintained by an existing on-site development team.
A partnership in coaching and co-development designed to bring a regional communications giant up to speed on Episerver.
To some, a bank’s front door is the website, which means the website needs to be as inclusive as the building itself.
Helping connect a wide web of researchers, all while doing a bit of research for ourselves.