Design Portfolio

Merrimack River Watershed Council
MRWC is a vital asset to the Merrimack Valley, preserving the river and offering community programming. We worked with the MRWC to build a site that engaged the community, offered relevant information, and encouraged gifting.
Revere Beach is a privately owned community website that provides history, news, events, and other information about the beach. The Paragon Studio of Design developed this site and has been actively maintaining it since 2010.
Ithaki Restaurant
Ithaki Restaurant is a popular dining destination in Ipswich, MA. Ithaki underwent a large scale renovation in 2010, expanding its bar and remodeling its dining space. We were trusted to bring that new feel to the web.
Donna Wolfe Consultation
Donna Wolfe, an event consultant, sought a website that reflected her personality and her business, and offered the ability to keep things fresh with new content. This WordPress project offered her the image and functionality that she needed.
Mass Intensity Basketball
The Mass Intensity Basketball Club, headed by Coach Scott Marino, is just that... intense. The site is functional and versatile, allowing players to register for new sessions, view practice schedules and tournaments, and look over photos.
Spino Law Offices
Spino Law is a full service law firm located in Wakefield, Massachusetts. We had the pleasure of working with Attorney John Spino to develop this site, which offers lots of useful articles and tips.
Meridian 3D Laser Scanning
Meridian Associates utilizes the latest in 3D laser scanning technology. The company wanted to offer a concise look at the 3D scanning services that it offers, and we designed this site to meet their specifications.
Essery Electric
Essery Electric has been improving homes and offices across the North Shore since 1987. The Paragon Studio of Design was thrilled to give this established business a new face on the web.
Acadian Bouquet
Acadian Bouquet is the home of floral designer Joyce Morency. We put together a simple yet elegant design to showcase some of Joyce's work, and to attract a more engaged (pun intended) audience to her business.