In the end of 2016, RedTree was looking to get an office. We didn’t know where exactly, but Carnegie was on the list. After finding a place in Carnegie that met all of our needs, …Read More →
Posts in the Category: RedTree News
My name is Meesha Gerhart and I am the owner of RedTree Web Design. Before I started RedTree I was a part owner of PiCon Web Design. During my time at PiCon the internet went …Read More →
We are pleased to announce our new website launch for McClintock CPA. McClintock first came to us because their business was growing and they needed a website to match their success.
McClintock’s main goals were:
Create a new and fresh …Read More →
We are pleased to announce our new website launch for Chocolate Moonshine. Chocolate Moonshine first came to us because their business was growing but their online presence was out dated and didn’t allow for online purchases. We …Read More →
Looking at all the data that Google Analytics gives us can be a little overwhelming. Here are the top 3 things to make sure you review when you are looking at your data.
Audience is basically …Read More →
We stumbled across this article when we were trying to find the right words to tell everyone we would be away for a WHOLE WEEK these holidays. I couldn’t stop reading through and we wanted …Read More →
WP Engine: ‘15 Ways To Harden the Security of your WordPress Site‘ By Darcy Wheeler, October 27, 2016
“Security is not about perfectly secure systems. Such a thing might well be impractical, or impossible to …Read More →
Looking back on our first year, we have grown steadily and with promise. In fact, our progress has allowed us to move from Meesha’s basement card table to an artsy office space in the up-and-coming …Read More →
Welcome our newest additions to the RedTree team, Alicia and Kali! One is a dog and another is a human. Which are you more excited to meet?Read More →
Okay people, we’ve been talking about responsive design for the last 2 years and if you don’t know what it is yet, well then that’s my fault. So here we go again.
Responsive design (or mobile …Read More →