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Glacier City Tours Website

Having been the lead guide for Glacier City Snowmobile Tours for a number of years, Justin and his wife Erin jumped at the chance to acquire the business in 2021.

They got straight to work expanding into summer rafting and hiking tours to make Glacier City Tours a year-round business. And also undertook a rebranding exercise to reflect the changes.

Then it was time for a new website to replace the old outdated one they had inherited with the business. Justin knew he wanted to work with us, and got in touch. We got straight to work so the new website would be ready for launch before bookings for their busy winter season opened.

The challenge was including the two different seasonal businesses on the new website in a simple and coherent way. We incorporated logos for both seasons throughout the website and organized the tours into a Winter section and a Summer section. There are very clear links and easy navigation to each section throughout the website, and the lead image is able to be changed over with the start of the new season without diluting the rest of the page.

Girdwood.com web-page screenshot

Girdwood.com Website

The OTC team thinks their home town of Girdwood, Alaska is a pretty special place. Sadly, until a few years ago, there wasn’t a single online presence that showcased our beloved town and provided useful information to residents and potential visitors.

Having identified the need for a website for all things Girdwood, we got together with a few like-minded individuals to design one. The vision was for a go-to resource that would serve locals and visitors alike.

Today, not only is girdwood.com number one in Google with a growing total of over 4000 visitors monthly, it is also recognized as the number one resource for our town. Problem solved!

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KMTA National Heritage Area Grantees Website

As the steward of the Kenai Mountains-Turnagain Arm National Heritage Area, KMTA manages grant funding to support local organizations in promoting and preserving the area’s unique natural, cultural and historic resources.

KMTA wanted to enhance its website by showcasing past and present grantees and projects on an interactive map.

Their existing website platform couldn’t support such technical features, so the OTC team built a highly functional satellite website and integrated it seamlessly with their existing one. Now, grantee information is accessible via an interactive map, a list format, and with multiple filters for easy searching. Additionally, we created a ‘table view’ with all the grantee information for an alternative display option.

Third Edge Heli Website

Third Edge is not like other heli-ski companies. They like to do things a little differently so their customers get the best possible experience. Both on the snow and off it.

Their private single-load helis and small group sizes mean they can maximize your time on the snow by minimizing waiting time. And you have the freedom to go wherever the best shredding is on the day.

Put simply – they want to make sure you have the BEST shred of your life!

When Jeff, Brad, and the crew briefed OTC on the requirements for their new website their main objective was to make their points of difference obvious – both in the way they operate and their vibe – which they describe as more punk rock/heavy metal than easy listening.

OTC got straight to work planning out a website that met their brief and concisely told potential customers what their options were and what they could expect from a heli trip with Third Edge.

Between them, the Third Edge Crew had huge high-quality photo archives so we were fortunate to have thousands of stunning images to choose from. Carefully curated and edited in detail, these really make the dream heli trips they offer come alive on the screen and pull the whole website together.

Richard L & Diane M Block Foundation Website

The Richard L. and Diane M. Block Foundation is committed to enhancing the quality of life for Alaskans by supporting nonprofits that enrich the well-being of the state’s residents. The foundation focuses on funding charitable, social service, and cultural & arts organizations throughout Alaska, aiming to foster a thriving community and ensure a vibrant future for all Alaskans.

The foundation approached OTC to create a new website focused on grantees, with easy navigation and clear information to help potential partners determine if they align with the foundation. They also requested an interactive map to showcase supported organizations and funding amounts.

We met the brief by delivering a well-designed, user-friendly website with clear information for potential grantees. We also incorporated an easily updateable interactive map, allowing them to keep the grantee information current on the website going forward.

Supreme Electric Website

Keith and Justin have owned and operated Supreme Electric in Anchorage since 2010. In 2019 they undertook a rebranding and repositioning exercise for their company. This meant their existing website no longer aligned with the business, and was no longer on-brand.

OTC worked with Keith and Justin to design and develop a new website that integrated seamlessly with their vision for the company.

The end result is an easy to navigate and on-brand website that clearly lays out all the services they offer. Their impeccable customer reviews are featured throughout and users can easily request a booking by using the online form that integrates with Supreme’s 3rd party Job Management software.