Today we received this AMAZING gift basket from a fantastic client we are lucky enough to work with, Kapu Swimwear! The Tarfoot team received coffee (a staple for our team), chocolate and a spicy trio of Hamakua Macadameia nuts! Not to mention the oils, soaps and bikini! We LOVE our clients. Thank you Kapu Swimwear […]
Santa Barbara Aviation has just announced a new service called FlyAirshare.com. It’s like ride-sharing for charter, air travel.
Britt Jewett at Studio 7 is one of Santa Barbara’s premier architects and allied design artists. He has a long history of work both on the central coast and across the nation that should be appreciated in person whenever possible. Britt’s vision was to create an evironment of exploration for his website visitors. He wanted […]
I don’t know about you but I spend hours a day in front of a screen (most of the time it’s two or more) working on projects. And honestly, it’s a bit difficult to keep my nose to the grindstone and work inside as the weather improves and Señor Sol shines his light outside.
One pretty cool project we recently completed was for MindClick SGM (Sustainable Growth Management). MindClick had an interesting challenge, they needed to help connect charitable organizations like Good360.com and Habitat for Humanity with a large hotel chain to facilitate the removal of recyclable and reusable products from the hotels during remodels.
We’re excited to announce that MindClick SGM has chosen the Tarfoot technology consulting team to help them in their efforts to further the success of the Hospitality Sustainable Purchasing Consortium.
A huge congratulations to our friends at The Recovery Ranch in Santa Ynez—a sober-living ranch nestled in the beautiful Central Coast area of California. We’re very happy to see your efforts come to fruition in the opening of your facility.
I recently had a conversation with a friend who was starting her own company and needed a few assets to help build her brand—logo, business cards, etc. I showed her a few websites to help her get started with her branding efforts by utilizing the talents of designers and artists from around the world.
A Matter of Opinion At a recent meetup, I had the chance to discuss a web project with a web marketeer. She lamented that her CEO had recently attended an SEO seminar and favored keyword-saturated language for the corporate website. Her option was human-friendly copy because she was sure that would produce more conversions.