Bob and Kaarin Lemstrom-Sheedy have been involved in the book business since 1970, working for booksellers and publicists in Boston and New York. In 2001 they opened their own retail shop, Berkshire Books, on Park Row in the village of Chatham.
When Bob and Kaarin first contacted me, Berkshire Books’ website was outdated. They wanted a fresh look for the site, and their needs were simple – a single page that provides key information: who, what, where, when and why. Additionally, the site needed to reflect the cozy atmosphere of this unique business. Visit the new website.
Later Kaarin contacted me to say she was planning to open a gift shop of her own, pookstyle: thoughtful gifts, on the ground floor of the Berkshire Books building at 2 Park Row. Kaarin wanted a single page site that offered an authentic representation of her product line. The site needed to be created before the store interior was complete and before inventory arrived, so finding appropriate artwork that would represent the store well was going to be tricky. Visit the pookstyle site.
About four months after pookstyle opened, Bob and Kaarin were back. Their new mission was to create an umbrella marketing strategy, Shops @ 2 Park Row, for their two stores, along with Jeff Risley’s Park Row Gallery, also in the 2 Park Row building. The intention was to run online advertising to drive traffic to a new shopsat2parkrow.com website. That website, another single page site, would be a portal to their individual websites. Visit the site.
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