The Somali Bantu Community Association, Lewiston, ME
We had the pleasure of creating a new website for The Somali Bantu Community Association of Maine. Our task was to highlight their mission to provide vital transitional services, advocacy, and programming that empowers members of the refugee community and helps them thrive in their new life here in Maine. Liberation Farms, their farming program has been a big part of their success.
The Brush Butler, Auburn, ME
Michael came to us to help him promote his brand new product which helps painters clean their brushes in a whole new way. His mission is to help artists clean their brushes thoroughly while reducing costs to both painters and to the environment. We think he’s done a wonderful job and has an excellent product!
Mountain View Dentistry, Bridgton, ME
Dr. Annis came to us after he had purchased his new business. He needed a new logo, website and social media presence to help him establish his new brand as a provider of high quality dental work that was at the same time compassionate and patient-focused.
The Parsonage, An Urban Inn, San Francisco, CA
The Parsonage came to Fisher Green Creative looking for an entirely new look and feel. We were able to draw inspiration from their beautiful property and show off a bit of its personality. We also made sure to highlight the “must-sees” in San Francisco’s main neighborhoods.
Akari Salon & Day Spa, Portland, ME
Akari wanted to create a warm and inviting website, focused on inclusion, representing Akari as a place where everyone can come to feel pampered. They also wanted to focus on Akari as a business that values their employees and as a great place to work.
Savoir Claire, Portland, MEClaire Winston-Wade is a wedding officiant who can make the best day of your lives even better. When we first created the site, Claire only provide a single service. Over time, however, Claire has expanded her offerings and her website has grown with her business. We’ve added home blessings and baby naming ceremonies, with more to come!
Mount Desert 365, Northeast Harbor, ME
Mount Desert 365 was a new organization that needed to establish its website presence. We were able to get them off on the right foot with a professional, attractive site that conveyed their message and mission directly, while keeping their visitors informed of their progress.
Giving Strong, North Yarmouth, ME
Christen Graham of Giving Strong asked us to update and redesign her former website. She wanted a modern and simple look. It was critical that visitors be able to discern what her organization does as soon as they landed on the home page. We met several times and worked in tandem to secure the imagery and words that conveyed Giving Strong’s message effectively.
Botto’s Italian Bakery, Portland, MEBotto’s Italian Bakery needed a website redesign. They wanted a design that represented their Italian roots, but wasn’t stereotypical. They also needed to feature a variety of menus for their different seasonal items. Almost more importantly, they’ve found their FAQ section to be invaluable. We created a design that made it a breeze for visitors to find answers on their website.
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Savoir Claire, Portland, ME
Claire’s logo has a beautiful story behind it. As a child she would go into yarn shops with her mother. While she waited she’d get to pick out a button to take home. When searching for inspiration for her logo, she gave us the last button she got while yarn shopping with her mom and just said, “Use this.” We did.
Pond Cove Playground Committee, Cape Elizabeth, ME
The Pond Cove Playground Committee asked FGC to create a logo that would embody the spirit of the playground they are hoping to build for their children. They wanted their logo to convey their desire for the safe, accessible and open-ended play the will happen there. We wanted them to be thrilled and are happy to report that they are.
The Jam Stand of Maine, Bowdoinham, ME
American Varsity Sports, Falmouth, ME
Mountain View Dentistry, Bridgton, ME
Dr. Shilo Annis contacted us shortly after he acquired Mountain View Dentistry. He wanted a fresh, new logo, but didn’t want to follow the over-used “tooth” route. He also needed a logo that would function with or without his name should the business continue beyond his tenure.