Entries by Maggie Palmer

Client Website Launch- ESCALATES at Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU)

There’s nothing better in our world than a happy client. We recently launched a new website, branding, and logo for our client ESCALATES, focusing on helping primary care practices use the latest evidence to improve the heart health of Americans. Client feedback includes: “The website is phenomenal. Really great. Thanks to you and your team.” […]

Big day for client Oregami Luggage who’s been named one of the “most useful travel inventions” by Huffington Post and garnered a 9 out of 10!

The product: Oregami Luggage The pitch: Oregami Luggage launches the first bag in a line of suitcases that the company says makes packing and traveling a breeze. Oregami has a patent-pending internal organizing system that includes three organizer compartments that fold out easily, can each be taken out separately and placed into hotel drawers, and […]

Portland Monthly Magazine pens great article about Another Mother Runner’s virtual 5K training program, Train Like a Mother:

Calling all busy moms! If your sneakers got a little lonely this winter, take a chance on a new training program specifically designed for your lifestyle. The all-digital Train Like a Mother Club uses social media, videos, and podcasts to make race training ultra-accessible for new moms, with around-the-clock support to accommodate a parent’s hectic […]

Client Press Hit: New Sugaring and Skincare Studio Opens in Northeast Portland

Look who’s got the top spot on GoLocalPDX today! Our favorite sugaring and facial studio, The Portland Girl! Monday, April 27, 2015 Kemea Smith, GoLocalPDX Contributor The Portland Girl, a new locally owned and operated sugaring and skincare studio, mixes ancient beauty practices with modern skincare treatments. The Portland Girl features sugaring, instead of waxing. […]

Client Press Hit: Client Kyra’s Bake Shop owner featured as Portland Business Journal Interview of the Week.

Gluten-free isn’t taste-free. That’s a tough message to get across, especially to people who don’t suffer from a medical condition that prohibits them from eating gluten. Yet it’s been Kyra Bussanich’s mission to produce baked goods that everyone can enjoy. Bussanich was suffering from Crohn’s disease when she discovered that eliminating gluten from her diet […]