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Web Development for Dermatological Content Platform 5.0

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The service has multiple subscribers and the bounce rate of the site has decreased. The Bureau Of Small Projects provides detailed outlines and schedules and goes above and beyond to communicate with clients. Their team is professional and dedicated.

Alexandra Willis

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The Bureau Of Small Projects redesigned and developed a website for a dermatological content platform. Their team created paywalls and a subscription service and revamped the site's content.

Alexandra Willis

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Location: Los Angeles,  United States

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Web Design & Dev for Psychologist 5.0

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The new site drove higher rates of customer acquisition and garnered positive feedback from users. Methodical and energetic, The Bureau Of Small Projects facilitated a seamless collaboration. Their dedication to understanding and solving business challenges made them a valuable partner.

Dr. John Drimmer

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The Bureau Of Small Projects designed and developed a website for a clinical psychologist. After designing and testing the site, the team added photography, art, and copy. 

Dr. John Drimmer

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Location: Los Angeles,  United States

Budget: $10k to $49k

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Website Design and Development for Cloud Software Platform 5.0

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The new site has exceeded expectations, both in the design and usability. The Bureau Of Small Projects provides creative solutions within a short timeframe and under budget. Their team is responsible and dedicated.

Todd Cameron

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The Bureau Of Small Projects designed and developed a website to initiate a rebrand for a cloud software and services company. Their team built the front- and backend of the WordPress site from scratch.

Todd Cameron

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Location: Denver,  United States

Budget: $10k to $49k

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WordPress Site Design & Dev for Venture Capital Firm 5.0

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The Bureau of Small Projects excelled in their delivery of a user-friendly, informative, and on-brand website that received overwhelming praise from partners. Internal stakeholders were pleased with how seamlessly they were able to take over site management. They met deadlines and communicated well.

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The Bureau of Small Projects designed and developed a WordPress site for a venture capital firm. Other site-related services included branding and content development.

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Location: Aliso Viejo,  United States

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WordPress Site Design & Dev for B2B Tech Company 4.0

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The Bureau of Small Projects initially demonstrated great design prowess in their delivery of a new homepage. Although they were responsive and met deadlines, the team’s communication waned, and they didn’t meet certain requirements. The end result disappointed internal stakeholders.

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The Bureau of Small Projects redesigned a WordPress website and redeveloped its backend.

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Location: United States

Budget: $10k to $49k

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WordPress Dev for Packaging & Branding Design Company 5.0

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The Bureau of Small Projects delivered a high-quality, user-friendly website that internal stakeholders can update easily. Responsive and transparent, the team communicated seamlessly and demonstrated strong technical capabilities. They adhered to the project timeframe.

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The Bureau of Small Projects developed a WordPress site, implementing the design provided by internal stakeholders.

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Location: Los Angeles,  United States

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Websites and Landing Pages for Nonprofits 5.0

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The sites have been praised as visually appealing and engaging for multiple audiences. The Bureau of Small Projects’ has leveraged their knowledge of user behavior and desire to deliver a series of successful projects.

HeathCliff Rothman

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The Bureau of Small Projects has developed multiple robust websites and individual landing pages. Their approach combines innovation and pleasing aesthetics with user-friendliness.

HeathCliff Rothman

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Location: Los Angeles,  United States

Budget: $10k to $49k

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WordPress Site Dev for Singer / Songwriter 5.0

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Internal stakeholders are pleased with the site, which has generated opportunities. Prominent industry figures praise the site’s authenticity. Receptive and amicable, The Bureau of Small Projects is both creative and technically-adept, a rare combination that is proven to drive results.

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The Bureau of Small Projects developed a WordPress website for a singer/songwriter.

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Location: Los Angeles,  United States

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Web Dev for Risk Screening Tech Company 4.5

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The Bureau of Small Projects delivered a high-quality website and other materials. Their collaborative nature and creative tenacity fostered a positive customer experience, supplementing continued engagement. Accessible and responsive, the team provides cost-effective, timely services.

Bill Falk

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The Bureau of Small Projects rebuilt a WordPress website. They also created a brochure and PowerPoint presentations. The team continues to provide support on various projects.

Bill Falk

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Location: San Francisco,  United States

Budget: $10k to $49k

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Web Development for Medical Company 5.0

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The Bureau of Small Projects involved the client in decision-making during the creative brainstorming process, then offered close support every step of the way. The website they delivered maximized exposure to generate new business and facilitates effortless interaction with patients.  

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The Bureau of Small Projects developed a website to increase visibility for a medical practice. The platform is designed to generate leads and attract potential new patients. It links to a patient portal.

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Location: Asheville,  United States

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Website Design for Media & PR Agency 5.0

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The redesigned site is more sophisticated design-wise and, as such, has been well-received. Responsiveness and organization were hallmarks of their work. The Bureau Of Small Projects accepted constructive input well, but also brought creative ideas of their own to the table at a reasonable value.

Danielle Sabrina

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The Bureau Of Small Projects helped redesign a website to boost overall functionality and design, replacing an older site that had been hacked.

Danielle Sabrina

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Location: New York,  United States

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WordPress Dev for Spirituality Nonprofit 5.0

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The Bureau of Small Projects surpassed their competitors in designing a website that met expectations. The site exudes high-quality and garners positive feedback from users. The company is run with high integrity and strong customer service values, making working with them easy and productive.

Gent Stone

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The Bureau of Small Projects created a website using the Jupiter WordPress theme for a spirituality-based nonprofit. The site includes an online course, images from the Adobe Suite, and WordPress plug-ins.

Gent Stone

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Location: San Francisco,  United States

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Wordpress Dev for Choir Networking and Educational Platform 5.0

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The Bureau's development services have been top notch thus far, including a clean frontend and a robust backend. Their team continues to be responsive, open-minded, and easy to communicate with despite their distance. The quality of their work is well worth the investment.

Ian Clethero

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The Bureau is developing two web platforms on WordPress, including a platform that enables users to post jobs, create profiles, and access a marketplace of vendors.

Ian Clethero

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Location: London,  United Kingdom

Budget: $10k to $49k

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Web Design for Private Psychology Practice 5.0

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They drove customer acquisition rates with exceptional marketing and messaging. The site’s design is similarly impressive. Enthusiasm and clear communication distinguish the team.

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The Bureau of Small Projects created a marketing strategy to increase traffic and generate new business. They redesigned a WordPress site and refocused overall messaging.

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Location: Los Angeles,  United States

Budget: $10k to $49k

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Web Redesign for Church IT Consulting Firm 5.0

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The Bureau of Small Projects succeeded in delivering satisfaction, creating an intuitive, appealing website that focuses on the company’s images and stories. The team excelled in listening carefully and giving superior customer service.

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The Bureau of Small Projects redesigned an IT firm’s website using WordPress. The new, content-driven site features a blog, SEO, and a mobile-friendly design.

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Location: Nashville,  United States

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WordPress Web Dev for Machine Learning Company 5.0

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The website garners favorable comments from partners and employees alike. The Bureau is efficient in assigning tasks and getting things done but what’s most noteworthy about them is that they provide input on your ideas and will weigh the pros and cons with you.

Prabhu Palanisamy

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Found through Codeable, The Bureau developed a WordPress website from scratch for a growing user base. They provide ongoing assistance for other tasks and support for the site.

Prabhu Palanisamy

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Location: San Francisco,  United States

Budget: $10k to $49k

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Web Redevelopment for ArtificiaI Intelligence Company 5.0

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The relaunched website is live with its enhanced features. The Bureau of Small Projects team has excellent project management and communications skills, which helped them to clearly understand the priorities and deliver. Their impressive WordPress expertise helped to produce high-quality results.

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The Bureau of Small Projects redeveloped a WordPress website to support the relaunch and new name for an employee support platform. They customized the needed plug-ins to support the platform needs.

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Location: Menlo Park,  United States

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Wordpress Development for Behavioral Health Clinic 5.0

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Widely receiving positive feedback, the new site is easy to use, engaging, and helpful to the user, including embedded videos and interesting graphics. The team was able to meet the tight deadline for the launch and communicated well throughout the project.

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The Bureau of Small Projects developed a WordPress website, transferring data from the site’s predecessor and utilizing plug-ins to display the site’s contents and collect information.

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Location: Napa,  United States

Budget: $10k to $49k

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Wordpress Development for Human Resource Consulting Firm 5.0

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The new site is fresh and aesthetically pleasing, with a design that’s both intuitive and functional for users. The team delivered the project in phases, working with precision to ensure maximum satisfaction. Having created a tight partnership, they continue to provide development.

Michael Carrillo

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The Bureau of Small Projects reworked the WordPress website of a jobs network, inputting features like directories and advertising to bring the site up to current standards.

Michael Carrillo

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Location: Pasadena,  United States

Budget: $10k to $49k

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Web Development for Film and Entertainment Marketing Agency 5.0

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The site resulted in a more competitive online presence and receives positive visitor feedback. The Bureau’s professionalism, high-quality development skills, and service-oriented philosophy offer a good value for the cost. They’re easy to collaborate with to reach creative, real-world solutions.

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The Bureau designed and developed a WordPress entertainment advertising website. They optimized it for mobile devices, performed upgrades, and now handle ongoing maintenance. 

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Location: Los Angeles,  United States

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Web Development for Arts and Athletics Nonprofit 5.0

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The page they created for a gala event was modern and classy, and overall, the whole website receives nothing but great feedback. Their team is competent, fun to work with, generous with their time, and always delivers on schedule while being very mindful of a nonprofit’s budget.

Greg Harrell

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The Bureau of Small Projects is on an ongoing retainer for any of the website’s backend and frontend needs, which they designed and built on WordPress. They’ve also created custom pages for events.

Greg Harrell

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Location: Los Angeles,  United States

Budget: $50k to $199k

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Web Development for Vitality Medical Center 5.0

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Communication throughout the project was strong, with regular updates. The Bureau was able to fit together the various aspects of the site together seamlessly. The website generates good traffic and is aesthetically pleasing.

Sommer White, MD

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The Bureau of Small Projects helped to launch a holistic medicine practice by creating a WordPress website. The team worked on the practice’s image and content to provide a full-service solution. 

Sommer White, MD

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Location: Nashville,  United States

Budget: $10k to $49k

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Web Dev for Psychiatrist Practice 5.0

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The website has been valuable in attracting and informing prospective patients. The Bureau Of Small Projects had a vested interest in the client's business goals and delivered customized, personable support, including backend training to enable ongoing content updates and formatting.

Dr. Jonathan Terry

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The Bureau Of Small Projects provided a variety of web development services, including web hosting, Google Analytics, and web form generation. They also offered creative services such as branding and logos.

Dr. Jonathan Terry

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Location: Los Angeles,  United States

Budget: $10k to $49k

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Web Development for Winery 5.0

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Their attentiveness, expertise, prompt delivery of service, and easy manner in communicating made website development (which can be a cumbersome and drawn-out process) relatively painless.

Colin Hough

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Using WordPress as a CMS, The Bureau of Small Projects replaced an outdated website and shepherded design and branding components of that rebuild as well.

Colin Hough

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Location: Madera,  United States

Budget: $10k to $49k

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Web Dev for Higher Ed Organization 5.0

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The Bureau’s developers were able to translate ideas into an attractive site, which shows how well they communicate with the school’s non-technical team. Clients can expect technical competence and cost-effective solutions.

Isaac Abdul Haqq

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The Bureau designed and built a custom educational site, which included high-volume email functionalities and a user-friendly online magazine. Assigned resources continue to maintain and update the site.

Isaac Abdul Haqq

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Location: San Francisco,  United States

Budget: $10k to $49k

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WordPress Web Dev for Global Cultural Publication 5.0

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Strengths include straightforward communication, transparent pricing, and seamless project management. The team offers a stress-free working experience and can translate ideas into a stable technical product.

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The Bureau provided cost-effective WordPress migration from a custom site, including SEO and technical updates. The team will also be tasked with, SEO, e-commerce development and social media marketing.

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Location: New York,  United States

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Wordpress Dev for Digital Marketing Agency 5.0

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End clients universally praise BPS’s work, both for timeline and for quality of deliverables. The team employs simple but effective project management tools that streamline and organize work without clogging up the process. They contribute expertise in both technical matters and project management.

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The Bureau of Small Projects is the exclusive Wordpress development partner for a marketing agency. BSP specializes in complex customizations that require multiple third-party plugins or membership features.

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Location: Cherry Hill,  United States

Budget: $10k to $49k

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Web Dev for Stand-up Paddleboarding Company 5.0

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The Bureau of Small Projects focused on design and let development follow naturally. As such, they succeeded in increasing revenue by 20% in the first year. The team scrupulously checked the site on all devices. Though they overshot the launch date by a few weeks, they were fast and efficient.

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The Bureau of Small Projects built a custom Wordpress website that was distinct from competitors and well suited to SEO. Since the site has launched, BSP maintains and updates both backend and design.  

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Location: New York,  United States

Budget: $10k to $49k

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Sacred Wisdom Circle Institute Website 4.9

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David was a pleasure to work with!

Jeff Stone,Jeff StoneExecutive Director, Sacred Wisdom Circle Institute

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The Bureau Of Small Projects created a custom platform to pass on their elder-knowledge to a new generation. We configured and customized LearnDash and MemberPress in WordPress to create a multimedia teaching platform that allowed the Sacred Wisdom Circle Institute to create and sell custom courses, deliver quizzes, award certificates, manage users and download reports while fully integrating with

Jeff Stone,Jeff StoneExecutive Director, Sacred Wisdom Circle Institute

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Location: San Leandro,  United States

Budget: $25k to $50k

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uPerform Website 4.2

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We needed to redevelop our corporate site to reflect our new brand and strategy. We got connected to The Bureau of Small Projects via Codeable.io. I discussed the project with a number of different vendors, and I was impressed with David Gaz, his team's portfolio, and their obvious understanding of design. Our internal team did the design, asset, and content development for the site. The Bureau worked with us every step of the way through the 12 week project. Everyone is pleased with the results. The site looks good, works well, and gives us more autonomy to update our own content than our previous site. The only issues we had were the occasional communications gaps as we completed the design while they built the site. If The Bureau were also responsible for the design of the site for a project, those gaps wouldn't have occurred. We are on a maintenance subscription with The Bureau, and they are very responsive to changes and updates via their new ticketing system.

Senior Director, ANCILE Product and Design, education Company

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s The Bureau Of Small Projects is well known in the AI Niche, UPerform sought out and tasked The Bureau Of Small Projects with creating a UX that made their platform as user friendly as their APP itself. Additionally due to their immense base, the code had to be clean fast an tight to support a massive amount of traffic. Not just visitors but users too.

Senior Director, ANCILE Product and Design, education Company

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Location: Elkridge,  United States

Budget: $10k to $25k

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Enable Ministry Website 5.0

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My experience working with the Small Projects Bureau was exceptional. They took the time to really get to know us as a company and understand our vision. All of my customer service interactions were delightful. We are very pleased with the outcome of this project and would certainly work with them again!

DIRECTOR OF MARKETING & SPECIAL PROJECTS, education Company

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Enable Ministry Partners does this by providing churches with their Ministry Enablement solution, a unique blend of comprehensive technology services, church management software consulting, data analytics, cybersecurity services, and business continuity solutions. Everything they provide is geared towards enhancing ministry effectiveness and maximizing the stewardship of resources.

DIRECTOR OF MARKETING & SPECIAL PROJECTS, education Company

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Location: Nashville,  United States

Budget: $10k to $25k

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Choral.ly 5.0

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Finding Bureau of Small Projects has transformed our business. We had worked with different designers/developers over a number of years and met many problems (lack of understanding of projects, slow or no delivery, poor design skills etc). However, David at BSP clearly understands our vision and gives us the guidance, expertise and quality of service which we need in order to move this forward. We are continuing to work with him on two major projects and see this as a long-term relationship - we treat BSP as one of our team. I have no hesitation in recommending BSP to other customers.

Owner, entertainment Company

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Chorlal.ly’s approached The Bureau Of Small Projects to build a platform to connect the choral world – choirs, singers, musicians, teachers, organizations and businesses – digitally. Chorlal.ly is part of a branded multisite platform that includes: Music Education UK, AboutFlutes, AllAboutPiano and Music Summer Schools.

Owner, entertainment Company

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Location: London,  United Kingdom

Budget: $25k to $50k

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Demandworks Media 5.0

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The Bureau Of Small Projects is one of the best website/creative agencies I have ever worked with. David Gaz takes the time to understand all my projects needs in and out. David's level of commitment, his attention to detail, and his work ethic really stands out compared to all others I have worked with in the past. Most importantly, he brings a great creative mind to projects, and is an 'out of the box thinker'. When it comes to any website/creative needs, The Bureau Of Small Projects is always who I come to first!

Ashish Patel,Ashish PatelDirector Of Sales, Demandworks Media

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Combining powerful machine learning analytics with content consumption monitoring, DemandWorks compiles deep prospect profiles that help guide content, offers and interactions across every channel, providing individuals with a truly unique and personalized experience. They came to The Bureau Of Small Projects to create an equally personalized web platform.

Ashish Patel,Ashish PatelDirector Of Sales, Demandworks Media

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Location: Chicago,  United States

Budget: $5k to $10k

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CPGJobs 5.0

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They are very personable and really get to know the results you are looking to achieve on the project. They do not begin the actual implementation of work until the client has signed off on the statement of work. Then there is no confusion on the work to be done. Very professional and fun to work with. Michael Carrillo CPGjobs

Owner, publishing Company

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CPG Jobs approached the Bureau Of Small Projects to rebrand their company and redesign their website. The challenge was to create a brand that appeals to both job seekers and employers. Additionally they had a massive directory that needed to integrate with the RealMatch platform as well as standalone directories of employers and job tips.

Owner, publishing Company

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Location: Los Angeles,  United States

Budget: $10k to $25k

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Everyone Matters 5.0

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There are a few attributes that need to be instantly articulately, as an endorsement of David Gaz, in terms of his work. One, he is a true artist. Two, he is a perfect yin yang of left brain and right brain, meaning that he brings solid craft, technical expertise and grounded sense of the marketplace, while operating at the highest level of creativity, innovation, artistry and intuitive understanding of what drives people’s interest and passions. Three , because his work and craft are so organic to his abilities, his execution is fast and flawless. David has worked with bare-bones non-profit budget on the design of our website of our global, broad-based inclusion and dignity campaign. As someone (me) who is exacting and precise in my tastes and desires for excellence, I was delighted at every turn with David’s ability to execute my vision with originality, style and grounded flair. He doesn’t function in the realm of the generic and formulaic. I recommend his work, his integrity, his personal operating style, his honesty wholeheartedly to any client, big or small, traditional or non-traditional.

Executive Director, entertainment Company

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A big part of the work we do is with Non-Profits. We use all the tricks we perfected to make big brands rich to increase donations for non-profits and grow their donor base. Everyone Matters is about being a loving, respectful human being. it is the most important thing we can be – but unfortunately it’s not prioritized in today’s social interactions, media discourses or school curriculum. Our

Executive Director, entertainment Company

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Location: Los Angeles,  United States

Budget: $5k to $10k

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FunctionalPsychiatry.com 5.0

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David Gaz and his team at the Small Projects Bureau provide service, quality, and creative genius that is second-to-none. They treated my small business with service and design attention that made me feel like I was the CEO of a Fortune 500 company. Whenever I have a business partner in need of a brilliant web design, branding, development, and creativity, sending them to the Small Projects Bureau is the obvious choice.

Owner, medical & healthcare Company

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Jonathan Terry, DO, ABIHM is a board-certified osteopathic physician and surgeon, a general psychiatrist. He works primarily with underserved and migrant worker populations as well as high-acuity inpatient psychiatric patients. Dr. Terry needed a website that would not only highlight his humanitarian achievements, but promote his speaking engagements and drive bookings.

Owner, medical & healthcare Company

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Location: Parlier,  United States

Budget: $10k to $25k

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John Drimmer 5.0

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David Gaz and his team are actually brilliant. Brilliant isn't just about designing a site that looks terrific. It isn't just about building a site that clarifies and focuses who you are and what you are offering the world. And it's not just about superb technical knowledge and efficient use of your money. It is all of those -- and more. The Small Projects Bureau is one-in-a-million. They combine all of the afore-mentioned and will serve as a sounding board and a crystal-sharp refracting mirror to help you understand your business proposition maybe even better than you've ever understood it before. What more could you ask? Dr John Drimmer

Owner, medical & healthcare Company

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John Drimmer, a prominent Los Angeles psychologist and TV producer approached us to update the look and feel of his website with the goal of creating an approachable environment that communicated the virtues of positive psychology.

Owner, medical & healthcare Company

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Location: Los Angeles,  United States

Budget: $5k to $10k

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Paddle Diva 5.0

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David Gaz and his team are incredible. Look at my web site and you will see why: www.paddlediva.com. He's fast, reliable, fair priced for the quality of work you get. I highly recommend him. Hands down the best designer, web designer I have ever used. Worth every penny.

Owner, education Company

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After 20 years in advertising, on thing we know is the single most impactful thing a brand can do to improve their look across platforms is to use spectacular imagery. So with this in mind, The Bureau of Small Projects made the mantra of the brand: “Image First”.

Owner, education Company

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Location: New York,  United States

Budget: $10k to $25k

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CoachArt 5.0

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Great company!

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, education Company

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The Bureau Of Small Projects was able to leverage it’s experience with e-commerce and conversion to develop a donation platform and crowdfunding portal to increase donations and grow CoachArt’s member base. a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of children

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, education Company

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Location: Los Angeles,  United States

Budget: $10k to $25k

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Imagista 5.0

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After working with a number of different web design, development and marketing companies I was so relieved to have these guys! David and his team are top notch! Very friendly, fun, and easy to work with unlike many of the other digital companies I'd tried out. Small Projects Bureau are very upfront about costs and timelines. You'd be hard pressed to find a better team especially for any comparable pricing.

Publisher, fashion Company

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Where Fashion Collides With Culture Imagista is a global cultural publication. Each week they publish exclusive and original content. Imagista is committed to discovering, developing, and presenting creatively-driven, and exclusive content across a multitude of genres. Imagista approached the Bureau Of Small Projects to refresh the look and feel

Publisher, fashion Company

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Location: New York,  United States

Budget: $10k to $25k

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5.0

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We can’t say enough good things about David and the whole Bureau of Small Projects team. From our preliminary calls to our finishing touches, they made sure every detail was exactly to our liking and did not rest until our site was absolutely perfect. They were incredibly enthusiastic throughout the entire process and incredibly patient with our timelines and busy schedules and worked with us to best suit our needs. They completely transformed the overall look and feel of our website and provided other great insights that we never even considered to enhance our overall site and experience. If you are looking for anything from a small website refresh to a total brand overhaul, I can’t recommend them enough.

Alexandra Willis

Alexandra Willis

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5.0

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David and his team at The Bureau of Small Projects really took the time to get us. As a small non-profit we were a unique project and David really took the time to understand who we are and what we do and then created a beautiful website for us.

Gent Stone

Gent Stone

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