We recently launched the new web site for 150 North Riverside, an internationally-award winning tower on the west bank of the Chicago River’s south branch. Chicago’s Mauge handled the design for the site.
We developed a custom WordPress theme for the site, with custom functionality and tools for easy web site management.
Leadtooth is pleased to be working with our longtime client Synergy Construction Group as they build a new apartment community in South Elgin, Illinois. We named the project for Synergy. We also recently completed the branding and an initial web site.
Learn more about Panton Mill Station at pantonmillstation.com
SilverIP recently moved into a large, beautiful building in Chicago’s South Loop. Leadtooth was tasked with designing and managing the installation of window graphics for the various windows on the first floor. We’re thrilled with the results.
We recently designed a developed a microsite for SilverIP to utilize their fastestinternetchicago.com domain. The microsite provides some information about the company and directs people to the main silverip.com web site for more information.
Leadtooth designed and developed silverip.com last year.
Leadtooth client Pat Tomasulo has a new show on WGN. The show is called “Man of the People” and it airs Saturday nights at 10 pm.
Leadtooth recently completed the design and development of the new web site for Forever Om Yoga. Forever Om offers a variety of yoga classes in Lake Forest and Vernon Hills, IL.
The goal of the new web site was to provide Forever Om with a modern look while enhancing usability and minimizing clutter.
The new Forever Om web site includes many customizations. We created a custom WordPress theme for the site and integrated many custom fields to make site management as easy as possible. We also integrated the site with the MindBody online registration system.
Leadtooth recently helped our client Wirtz Realty launch a web site for the Tavern Club at 333. The site provides information on the new space, which aims to provide a place for friends and colleagues to celebrate life and achievements. The original Tavern Club was a staple of Chicago social life and counted Frank Lloyd Wright, Mayor Richard J. Daley, Carl Sandburg, and William Wrigley as members.
The new web site features illustrations that reference the art deco design style of the building, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places by the National Park Service.