• 6 Signs Your Website May Need A Redesign

    6 Signs Your Website May Need A Redesign

    Just like how the Walkman was once considered innovative in its time, you may find your once trendy website is now outdated. I’m not just talking about cosmetically, either. Your website is typically the first impression customers have of your business. You wouldn’t want to waste that impression by showing them an outdated representation of your business…

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  • Frightful Fun: Fright Night Case Study

    Frightful Fun: Fright Night Case Study

    What can I say, I love Halloween. Ever since I was a kid, starting in October and ending December 26th, you can usually find me in a good mood. It’s my favorite few months of the year. During my college years as a design student and working part-time at the Apple Store, it turned out I wasn’t…

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  • So…How Much Does A Website Cost?

    So…How Much Does A Website Cost?

    My mom always told me that it’s not polite to ask how much something costs — but we all want to know how much a really nice website costs — right? Over the years at Farmboy we’ve received requests for proposals from everyone from municipalities and organizations, to entrepreneurs developing their dream. While some companies tend to hide…

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  • Cool Branding: Cryo Life Iowa Case Study

    Cool Branding: Cryo Life Iowa Case Study

    A few months back we began work handling brand consulting and WordPress web development for Cryo Life, a sub-brand under Zimmerman Chiropractic in West Des Moines, Iowa. Zimmerman was adding cryotherapy to their long list of wellness services and wanted to give Cryo Life an identity all its own. First off, how does cryotherapy work you…

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  • Perspective

    Perspective

    If you’re a parent, you’ve probably told your kids that they have about an hour until bedtime. This is usually followed by a simultaneous groan of, “ONLY an hour?” On the flip side, if you’d planned to head over to the park in about an hour, you’d get the same groan, followed by, “a WHOLE…

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