Our website portfolio collects the most recent projects we’ve worked on. With clients as diverse as Midwestern Seminary, The Rabbit Room, startups, and churches, we can handle your project, too! See how we can make your website stand out ›
During my three years at Midwestern Seminary, the undergraduate arm of the institution underwent a big identity change. In 2018, the school was rebranded from Midwestern College to Spurgeon College. We redesigned the website entirely, built it on our Saratoga framework, and ensured that everything was mobile-friendly and performant. Just like its big brother, the Spurgeon site was totally rethought, and key pages were redone through an extensive wireframing/design/development process. Check out the site below!
The Austin Stone approached me to revitalize their web approach for the Austin Stone Institute, a church-run higher education institution. Austin Stone is partnered with such schools as Southern Theological Seminary and SEBTS. We built the website to work and run quickly, with special emphasis on the key course pages.
I worked for Midwestern Seminary in a full-time design and development role from 2015 to 2018. The flagship MBTS.edu redesign was the main result of my time there. This is a custom-built WordPress website on our Saratoga framework, hand-written to be blazingly fast and, of course, mobile-friendly. We rethought the architecture of the site and moved key pages through an extensive wireframing/design/development process. Check out the site below!
The Rabbit Room is a fantastic community of authors, musicians, and artists who exist to “foster Christ-centered community and spiritual formation through music, story, and art.” Pete Peterson approached me to redevelop the entire site, while adding in some much-needed new functionality. The site relaunched in mid-2016 and includes a new forums section, a webradio player, a full account/buddy system, and new sortable archives that make browsing all of the Rabbit Room’s great content even easier! Check out their site at the link below:
Jennifer Gerth and the folks at Shine Language School wanted a website that would help them to focus on their message of language instruction to multinational companies. As a unique English-Chinese business, we satisfied bilingual requirements as well as created a sleek, usable design that will last them well. Chock-full of testimonials, the website uses Shine’s experience in the field to make a slam-dunk case for their services.
Mosaic completely exceeded our expectations when designing our website. We’ve been getting nothing but great feedback on the website so far! Andrew went above and beyond to make our site more than we could’ve hoped for. If you want to find a website designer that is professional, patient, and timely, choose Andrew!
Jennifer GerthShine Language School
We were privileged to be able to do landing page design for WordPress.com along with a few other jobs. This job required design that followed WordPress’ guidelines closely, and then a careful development phase with extra browser compatibility tests to make sure as many people as possible to see the page. Of course, it’s fully responsive.
eSword needed a redesign and rebrand of their previous website. We developed a modular system that can be scaled as eSword adds products (iPhone, iPad, etc). The website is fully responsive so that it is equally readable on smartphones, tablets, TVs, or normal desktop computers.
Andrew has an innate sense of style and programming prowess. With very little input from myself (other than it needs to work as well as it currently does), he not only rewrote the entire web site, but simplified the upkeep of it and brought it up to HTML5 standards. The resulting web site is both beautiful and functional, handling over three quarters of a million visitors each month.
Mosaic was able to overhaul ThreePoint Media’s website and bring it inline with their print and video identity. We emphasized a responsive, mobile-first design that was animation-heavy and would let ThreePoint’s video work stand out appropriately. The overall website is refined and business-like, while still capturing the energy and expertise that define ThreePoint.