Clayton Companies is the owner and manager of a large number of commercial building in the Scottsdale and Phoenix market. They needed to be able to display available buildings or suites and changes this as needed. We built a site that allows Clayton's staff to update their listings in real time.

We were also able to customize a ticketing solution for Clayton to be able to receive and track tenant maintenance requests. This replaced a very inefficient email and paper system.


"I liked working with these guys. They understood what we needed, asked my staff questions about their needs and got the site built. It's been working for years. "

— Tom Clayton, CEO

The Thomas Paul Gallery in Los Angeles is know for established as well as up and coming artists. The artists and artwork showing will change every few months. The gallery also hosted various events which needed to be announced on the website. The site needed to be an up to date information portal for art lovers and collectors. This required frequent updates to the website which was best handled by the gallery staff.

We worked with Mr. Paul to create a process to update the website text and it's images. The site has only needed minor changes over the past few years. Thoughtful planning and choices of technology should be the start for any size or type of business.

"They were able to lay out a process I could use to do my own website updates. It's important to me to be able to make changes to reflect the art/artists shown in my gallery and they made it possible."

— Thomas Paul, CEO

Paxton Construction required a website to showcase their construction projects and give potential clients an idea of the kind of work they can do.

We were happy to work with them to create a clean easy to navigate website that put the portfolio of their work in the spotlight. They had high quality images of each of the buildings which we used in a in a simple gallery.

Form was dictated by the required function and a keep it simple bias.

"Brian and Clark were easy to work with. They tried to get us exactly what we wanted and we never felt as if they pushing us into anything else."

— Kris Paxton, CEO