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Launch: RRC Associates Responsive Parallax Website

Today Propeller Media Works launched a fresh site for the Boulder-based consumer intelligence and marketing consulting firm in synch with their announcement of their buy-back from the previous parent company STR. The site expresses fresh energy and focus on their experience and expertise in tourism and recreation market research in the mountain resort, snowsports, destination marketing, andRead the Full Post

Welcome Back Rock of Ages

With a smirk, we’re happy again to say that we work with clients that span from cradle (Fletcher Allen Health Care) to grave. More seriously, we’re very proud to have earned back the business from this company that stands for such fine Vermont craftsmanship. The project will include custom responsive web design plus custom webRead the Full Post

Mobile Responsive Website Launches for American Morgan Horse Association

We’re proud to celebrate the launch of a fresh new responsive design website for our clients of nine years at the American Morgan Horse Association.  The Association started in 1909 to promote Vermont’s official animal, the Morgan, which is known for its versatility, stamina, and elegance.  To complement this fine breed and AMHA, we designRead the Full Post

Propeller Wins 6 Awards

Propeller Media Works, LLC has been recognized again for creative web design. Of the three websites submitted to this year’s Horizon Interactive Awards international competition, each has won honors in multiple categories. Awards go to Bromley Ski Resort, Shawnee Peak Ski Resort, and Propeller for their own responsive website. Propeller specializes in custom desktop, responsive, andRead the Full Post

The Fold Is Dead. Scroll With It!

For the past 16 years of web design, I’ve heard countless mentions of this thing called “the fold”. There were studies, and many believe it had magical properties. Anything below the fold would never be seen – doomed forever. So web designers crammed all we could up there and ignored what fell below. It makesRead the Full Post

Customization Matters

Feb 10 | Eric Smith With the rise of open source software came the commodization of application development. The move away from proprietary software solutions was something that I never would have predicted. But now it’s a given that somebody, somewhere has attacked the same problem you have, and in all likelihood has open-sourced herRead the Full Post