Building a Brochure Website with Kwoosh

We received an order for a brochure website for a local coffee shop. The client wants to start off simple with just a few pages. At first glance it seems like a small project, but upon closer inspection we realize how large it really is.

The Brief

Bean Town Coffee is a small independent coffee shop in Portland. They are looking for a brochure website to give their business an online presence.

They have a fixed menu of coffees, teas, juices and pastries. They also have a changing seasonal specials menu based upon a local farms produce.

During the week they host a number of nightly events that is due to grow in the future. They would like to promote these events by sending customers to a page that lets them know what's on.

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A sitemap showing Bean Town Coffee's website in Portland Oregon

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Plan For Success

It's easy to waste time trying to figure out what work remains for each screen in your website. After converting your sitemap into Kwoosh you can plan and manage the required work to declare a Screen done.

Track Progress

See what everyone is working on and assign tasks to your team.

Split Tasks

Some tasks cannot be completed in a single step. Use Kwoosh to split your large tasks into multiple smaller tasks.

A screenshot of Kwoosh showing three discussions: Initial Project Meeting, Kickoff Meeting Notes, and Client Checkin #1

Save Project Details

Meeting notes are easy to lose in an inbox or a notebook. Use Kwoosh to save important discussions and meeting notes about your project.

Considered Discussions

No more struggling to extract information from a stream of non-stop chat. Use Discussions to give yourself room to dive into the finer points.


By using Kwoosh to mange their new brochure website project Portland Agency was able to work efficiently and have confidence that no detail was forgotten.

  • - Yolanda was able to communicate her progress on each screen with tasks as she designed them.

  • - Lonnie was able to track when he ran into issues implementing the design by creating a sub-task to talk with Yolanda on his implementation tasks and a discussion on the Screen keep a record of the final tweaks.

  • - Ron could fully capture his client's requests and keep the team on track.