Do Good’s consulting business was growing quickly through word-of-mouth referrals. The team knew it was time to build a head-turning presence on the web that reflects their philanthropic vision, and we were super excited to take on the challenge.



Filling Big Shoes.

Do Good Business equips individuals spearheading faith-based movements with strategy and mentoring that help them make their dream a reality.

Do Good Business had been operating for ten years when they approached us to create their first ever website. They had worked hard to create a captivating brand and needed an agency who would do it justice digitally. They found us listed on Squarespace as a specialist and knew we were up for the job as soon as they saw our work on the Gilbert & Burke site.

They came to the table with a lot of content, a vibrant palette, imagery and video that needed to be intuitive for visitors to navigate. Based on their process for developing sites for their own clients, the DGB team was most comfortable seeing wireframes as part of the planning stage. They also wanted a matching MailChimp template so email subscribers would have a fluid experience going from email to web page. We had a few tricks up our sleeves and were eager to make digital magic happen!