The cobbler’s children are shod.

Some said it couldn’t be done and, for a time, it was easy to believe it to be true. But a strange thing happened on the way to launching our new site: Ben casually remarked, “Well, it will need to be up before the holiday to get a Christmas bonus.” Wallah! [sic]

The cobbler, it should be noted, really wanted Tiny Tim to have a merry Christmas. Copy was written, birds were folded, photos were taken, code was written, videos were edited (and edited and edited), designs were, uh… designed. In the end there was the most beautiful pair of loafers.

So please pull up a chair, put your feet up, and spend a few minutes getting to know us a little better. When you’re finished, let us know what you think, because we’d like to get to know you better, too.

4 Comments

  • Dick Cota
    Posted December 18, 2014 at 10:04 pm | Permalink

    I have really enjoyed this website. I think that you have done a thorough and enjoyable job. As I used it, I found surprises behind every nook and cranny. It is a quite different approach to a prospective client who is going to evaluate you and your previous work. I think that they will be impressed and I think they will be motivated to consider Rare Bird as their next marketing partner. Good luck and may all your bonuses be large!

    • Posted December 19, 2014 at 1:21 pm | Permalink

      Thanks, Dad. Can always count on you for a pep talk!

  • Posted January 5, 2015 at 6:34 pm | Permalink

    Love the new website! As we’ve learned to expect from Rare Bird, it’s both creative and functional–simple, yet stylish. But most of all, very customer-friendly.

  • Connie Brune
    Posted February 6, 2015 at 3:41 am | Permalink

    Like your new website, the witty writing, and the big font is great for my forty-something eyes. It is even better than your previous site, and I thought THAT was good. So good that I remember when we had already vetted several web designers, got a great quote, and was ready to pull the trigger when I was led to the Rarebird website. That site conveyed a lot of creativity and talent, way beyond just building us a new website. Whoa, we have to talk to these guys first! Thus the start of a great, valuable relationship. 🙂

    Nice job.

    Connie

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