North American Hydraulic Co.

Bar Hydraulics approached us to redesign the old HTML website we did for them  in 2010.  We designed a site that maintains their brand and modernizes the look of the site while making it mobile responsive.  The project section highlights their vast portfolio and makes it more useful for their viewers.  We provided translation functionality into many languages.

The new website can be seen here at

Bary Hydraulics - manufacturing and industrial website

Caledon Redesign

This Caledon business needed a redesign for their website we did a couple of years ago. Since we originally developed the website in WordPress, we were able to apply a new theme and completely change the look of the website, modernizing it , decreasing load time and with increased responsiveness.

Home Stager Redesign



Top Organic Placement

Over the years we have worked hard to maintain a great search position locally and nationally. 

As part of our reputation management, we check our Google rankings to see where we stand.

We were pleased to see we still rank very well nationally under the search phrase “small business web design”

On Dec 11/17 we ranked number 1 organically (non paid) out of 85,000,000 other websites.

Search Engine Placement

Custom Website

An Orangeville Mortgage Broker had an idea for a custom database that pre-approved clients for mortgages based lender criteria.  We developed the logo, branding concept, web design and development.


Orangeville WordPress Website with custom database and back end features.

E-Commerce Solutions

When a company wants to sell online, there are many considerations. An experienced web professional should be able to guide you through the decisions necessary in creating a successful website.

2 of the most popular e-commerce platforms are Woo Commerce and Shopify. They have virtually the same features so what is the difference?  Although they are comparable, there are some differences. 

  1. The main one being ownership. Woo Commerce integrated in a WordPress site  is owned by the client. It is not tied into a specific host and can be moved or edited in anyway.
  2. Customization, although Shopify has some great themes, WordPress and Woo Commerce allows for more customization
  3. Shopify is for the do it yourself-er and the Woo Commerce / WordPress solution is usually a one time set up by a web developer for years of online success.

It’s easy to add and change products on either platform including adding pricing and coupons.  Sales reporting on both is good.

Want to know more, check out this article: Shopify Vs. WooCommerce

Average ecommerce conversion rates are 1% – 2%. Even if you are doing everything right, you can still expect to win the sale around 2% of the time.

Also check our our article on E-commerce basics