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Residential Treatment

Northwest Passage is a non-profit residential treatment program located in Northwestern Wisconsin. Northwest Passage believes Northwest Passage website by WebPlusstrongly in the healing power of experiential therapy – from equine to photography. The website features photographs taken by the kids themselves. WebPlus worked closely with their Communications Coordinator and we gave her the opportunity to participate all through the process. She loves graphic design and had a vision for the website; it was our job to deliver her vision and we did. Working together helped to contain the costs on this large website. 

We noticed that the human resource pages of NWP’s old website were not secured by passwords. We created a secure subdomain for their employees with an awesome custom login page!


Naturopathic ClinicTrue Health website by WebPlus

True Health is a clinic offering a variety of services. Their old side was an HTML site that didn’t really showcase all of their services and the illnesses that they are able to address. They also wanted to kick up their blog a notch and allow for subscribers. I was impressed with the peacefull zen-like atmosphere their office had and wanted their site to reflect their “vibe.” Jen, from True Health (with whom I enjoyed working closely with) really loved the different textured images that she photographed from different things in the office. A painting on the wall, a pillow, a chair in the waiting room…. I made sure to find a way to integrate that into the web design.

Voyageur Group

La Compagnie website by WebPlusI have to say, this was a unique client! La Compagnie des Hivernants de la Riviere Saint Pierre, is made up of volunteer reenactors who are passionate about the fur trade era. Their old site didn’t showcase the depth and variety of things they and it looked like a plain old HTML site. La Compagnie also wanted to have a blog and subscribers, and they are doing a great job. There blog is very fun and very informative. As with all of my clients, they needed a website that was easy to learn and maintain, and WordPress is wonderful for that.

Cabin Rental and Real Estate

NC Mountains website by WebPlusNormally my clients are local”ish” but NC Mountains Realty and Cabin Rental is 1083 miles away from Taylors Falls, MN. The distance didn’t hamper our working experience though. Kathleen and I communicated via email, phone and she accessed my computer remotely for her training. As with all of my clients, her previous website was old style and didn’t fit the needs for the growing realty and cabin rental businesses. We have an ongoing relationship with NC Mountains updating their real estate listings.



Foxtail Farms CSA by WebPlusFoxtail Farm is a CSA (Community Shared Agriculture) that went from supplying members weekly boxes, through the summer, to a winter CSA delivering a box every three weeks. With this new concept of CSA, they needed a new website. Including the capability of taking memberships online and streamlining their email lists. WebPlus was able to take them from a very ordinary site to something colorful and functional. The site is integrated with Mailchimp and WebPlus provides ongoing support so that the can put their time and energy in to growing and making healthy organic food stuffs.

We’re very pleased with the website Julie Hildebrand designed for us. We are fairly clueless about this stuff, and Julie helped us not only develop a vision for what we wanted, but also what was practical.  She helped us accomplish the variety of things we needed our site to address. She was also very attentive and helpful during meeting times and very willing to change things we needed to adjust. We’ve received a number of compliments on our new site and would highly recommend Julie’s work. Foxtail Farm CS

Historical Society and Historical Site

Taylors Falls Historical Society website by WebPlusHistoric 1855 Folsom House website by WebPlusNeither the Taylors Falls Historical Society nor the Folsom House historic site have had a website before and I think they were blown away by the kind of styling you can do with websites these days. With the increased use of tablets and smartphones, scrolling through a website is easy to do and websites need to adapt for that use and with parallax and other  effects you can really have some fun without breaking a non-profits budget. It’s convenient for them too that their Facebook feeds post directly to their websites.