We've had the pleasure of working with many wonderful clients over the past dozen or so years, from individual artists to small businesses to Fortune 500 companies. Here are just a few.

Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health
Worked with Tag New Media on a number of projects for Kripalu, including updating their web site to work with a new reservation system, improving their Google Analytics tracking, and a complete site redesign in 2008 using our shopping cart for their online reservations (2006-2009).
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Worked with the owner of this popular virtual pet site since 2009, adding new games and features to this popular virtual pet site. approached me to take over development and coding of the site. Since then we've added a number of new features and games to the site, and both owner and players are overjoyed with the improvements (2009-present).
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Schooner J&E Riggin
When this historic sailing ship needed to move two of its blogs from TypePad to WordPress, they called on Microseeds to do the heavy lifting. We migrated the designs along with hundreds of blog posts in record time (2009).

Amarr Garage Doors
We worked with The Glasscoe Group and designer Corey Machanic on a major site redesign for this national manufacturer. Features include a custom garage door previewer and dealer locator (2010-2011).
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Vermont Coffee Works
When this local roaster decided to sell their amazing coffee on the web, they had Corey Machanic design a great-looking site. They also chose the SeedsEngine shopping cart to handle their online sales, with real-time credit card processing (2008).

Insight Design
Worked with designer Joannah Ralston to create the Insight Design site (2009)
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The Big Door
We worked with The Glasscoe Group and designer Corey Machanic to create this ecommerce site. Features a custom garage door builder and SeedsEngine-based shopping cart (2011).
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Trapp Family Lodge
Many people don't realize that after leaving Austria the Trapp Family settled here in Vermont! The Tag New Media team designed and built a great site, and asked me to to build a custom Gift Shop for it based on the SeedsEngine (2009).
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Jed's Maple Products
In 2005 we created a small ecommerce site based on the SeedsEngine for this Vermont maple producer. In the summer of 2017 we modernized the site and made it mobile friendly. is a great example of a small and effective online store (2005-present).
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Redesigned folk singer Rik Palieri's site, adding a blog, tour schedule, mp3 clips and videos (2001-present). In 2015 we moved the site over to WordPress, and created a custom responsive theme for it.
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Commercial Brokers, Inc
Created a new site to showcase their apartment and residential listings and provide a portal to the Multiple Listing Service, with office pages to maintain the listings databases (2007).
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Developed the original ecommerce site, with online store, with custom Reminder Club and Gift Certificate systems. Microseeds also served as their web team until they grew large enough to support their own in-house web team (1997-2000).
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Developed a custom Content Management System for the site (2006).
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New Knowledge
Developed custom online registration system for this lifelong learning center, along with a Filemaker-based scheduling and registration system for their internal operations (2001-2004).
Microseeds' first ecommerce site was for this ground-breaking online store, selling computer software and hardware. The site came together in just over a month, and included a complete Product Management System and online store. Over time we added order tracking and integrated it with their Mail Order Management system and greatly enhanced the original site. Microseeds served as Outpost's web development team and continued working with them even after they were big enough to have their own in-house web team (1995-1997).

United Nations & The Together Foundation
Created the original UNCHS web site, putting the entire Best Practices database for several hundred countries online in a tight, five-week schedule (1996).