When TV star Richard Rawlings (from Discovery Channel’s “Fast n Loud”) wanted to launch his new restaurant, Richard Rawlings’ Garage, they turned to Lost Pearl Creative for the brand and design work. When Lost Pearl needed their vision translated into a visually stunning website, they came to us.
The non-profit abuse recovery charity Timothy O’Farrell Recovery needed an upgrade to their site that captured the progressive nature of their organization and encouraged donations. MCS worked with Lost Pearl Creative to develop a site that would accomplish these goals.
Southwest Distillery needed a quick and inexpensive site to showcase their products and services while a more full featured site was being developed. MCS worked with Lost Pearl Creative to create a stunning site for little cost.
The Baker Bros. Deli project highlights a mobile responsive web site, restaurant menu, store locator, and other interactions in a gorgeously designed site. Collaboration with Lost Pearl Creative. MCS leveraged WordPress and a responsive premium theme to create a custom-looking site at a fantastic value for the client.
The Scottish Harp Society of America came to MCS looking to redesign their internet site. The old site was built on static HTML, was very hard to update, and made it difficult for users to find what they were looking for. MCS worked with SHSA to design a new site, clean up the content, build, and deploy a new site that looks and works great.
Phoenix Rising, a local health and wellness organization approached MCS to recreate their identity and improve their story.