Author Archives: Tyler

About Tyler

Mr. Warhurst is a builder of websites, both large and small. He has a versatile mind, one that can think in both visual design and computer code. Mr. Warhurst loves portraying unique places through the websites he creates, using the enticing images to move people to experience these places for themselves.

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Posted on Monday, November 19, 2018 by Tyler

In his younger days, Mr. Howland was a ski bum, working in a ski shop so he could get to the hill and find his flow. Today, Mr. Howland brings a strong work ethic and spirit to his digital work at Pilch & Barnet. He says coding is more than learning programming languages – it’s about getting the code to flow.

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Posted on Monday, November 19, 2018 by Tyler

A cellist who enjoys writing and performing her own music, Ms. Pulera is, at her heart, a storyteller. She seizes opportunities in a fast-evolving digital world, leveraging a mix of social media platforms and influencers to tell the stories of the brands she promotes.

The latest from the workshop

Posted on Monday, November 16, 2015 by Tyler

Find your perfect fall moments in Vilas County. This 30-second spot puts visitors in the driver’s seat (and the biker’s seat, the boater’s seat and the hiker’s seat, too) as it takes them on a first-person tour of some of the best things to see and do in Wisconsin’s Northwoods in autumn.

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Posted on Thursday, September 3, 2015 by Tyler
Boulder Jct Web Design/Development

In the Northwoods of Wisconsin, Boulder Junction is a destination that Brings Classic Back. The website helps travelers relive the resort town charm of yesterday with navigation that’s all about today. Hashtags organize the site and provide a navigation tool for a fresh stream of content that’s ever changing and always classic.

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Posted on Monday, February 16, 2015 by Tyler
Middleton 2014 Know N Go Photo Shoot

This visitor center on four wheels is the first interaction many people have with Middleton. This “Know-N-Go” car wrap grabs attention while conveying a friendly and inviting impression of the Good Neighbor City.

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Posted on Monday, February 16, 2015 by Tyler

Wisconsin Travel Best Bets needed a logo that was clean and simple yet compelling. This logo delivers and reminds travelers why the resource is your guide to these great Wisconsin destinations.

The latest from the workshop

Posted on Monday, February 16, 2015 by Tyler
Talkin Wisco contest

Exactly what language do we speak up here in Wisconsin? Wisconsin Travel Best Bets asked people this question, and cripes did it get some fun responses.

The latest from the workshop

Posted on Monday, February 16, 2015 by Tyler
Vilas infographic

The Trail Mix infographic offers a tasty mix of facts about Vilas County’s fantastic trails. How old are those hemlocks? Where are those loons? How many fried cheese curds can I eat? The Trail Mix infographic has all the answers.

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Posted on Monday, October 6, 2014 by Tyler

Jessi Johnson lives and breathes creative design. He has a broad and impressive portfolio of visual work that includes posters, park signs, menus, maps, vacation guides and web advertisements. Mr. Johnson captures the attention of travelers with his clean, smart and effective ideas and his enthusiasm for destination marketing.

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Posted on Friday, October 3, 2014 by Tyler
Ben Jones

Mr. Jones pairs his travel and writing passions to inspire others to pack their bags. He’s a former journalist and a skilled communicator who believes that one of the best parts of travel is the moment one decides to take a trip. Mr. Jones loves using words to help people find those moments.