Meconi’s Italian Subs is an Olympia, WA staple since 1986. The company came to Say This, Say That looking to redesign their web site, in addition to make it easily to update and feature an online store.
We decided to continue using the companies Italian color scheme for the general look of the web site, but wanted to make it a little more subtle. In redesigning the web site, we wanted to implement more photography in the site, something that was missing before the redesign.
Using the online store, people can now order Meconi’s branded merchandise, in addition to gift cards to be used at one of its locations. The site also features a clean, organized menu in addition to a catering menu.
The new web site really helps bring out the features of what makes Meconi’s a great local establishment. Say This, Say That is happy to help continue local businesses grow in their endeavors.
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We use WordPress as a CMS, and not every site we make has a blog integrated into it. Those who are familiar with the admin interface of WordPress 2.8 know that the first menu item on the left is “Posts” and I wanted to change that to “Pages” so that it would make more sense for the clients who don’t have any posts. Thankfully this is actually really easy to do in WordPress 2.8 and above, so I created a simple plugin that does just that, it’s called Pages On Top. Here’s what it does:
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Cayzen Technologies came to Say This Say That looking to rebrand themselves. Formally Coraxis, Cayzen wanted a logo that was simple, yet effective. Something that most technologies use, typography mixed with a mark.
Say This Say That developed a color pallet to use for future branding. Using this pallet, business cards, data sheets, and other merchandise was created for tradeshows.
Abstractions Gallery of Fine Art came to Say This Say That to develop some branding their storefront. The gallery showcases a variety of mediums, from traditional paintings, to glass and wood sculpture.
We wanted to showcase the vastness of work on display in an organized fashion while directing people to the store’s web site.
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