With the highs and lows of the national economy – Big Sky continues to grow up as a town & community.
For a couple of decades after Chet Huntley opened Big Sky Resort in 1973, the Southwest Montana ski destination was an odd anomaly – not quite developed enough to compete with the Vails and Aspens of the world, not quite big enough and charming enough to have a strong sense of place, and not quite close enough to anything to be a likely spot for intensive real estate development.
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What happened to the plain white business card with a name and number clearly printed on the front?
How quickly time passes – it’s already been over five years since we had our “new” web site designed. At this point, I struggle to even remember what our old site looked like, let alone how it performed. However simple it may have been, it certainly served the purpose of the time.
Although we’ve have a good run with the current site, it’s once again time for not only a refreshed look, but upgrade in performance. I’ve always tried to exceed expectations not only in the field with quality and schedule, but also in the office with the level of detail and accuracy we provide for any given program. The new site is a great new tool as we move into the next generation of the custom home market.
With the new site I’ve put more emphasis on our Owner Representation services as well as some extensive upgrades to the back end Client interface system. With the fallout from the recession, we’ve quickly come to realize our clients have a whole new set of expectations on how their investment is being handled and the level of access they’ve come to expect on all aspects of the project. We couldn’t think of any better way to handle their needs than with some major manager/owner interface updates as well as a clear picture as to the different programs we offer.
Five years, 60 custom homes, several large commercial structures, and a severely thinning head of hair later; I’m excited to release the latest version of the site. Take a look – I’m excited to hear your comments.