Work: Website Design

Bass Pro Shops

Bass Pro Shops. You know the name. After all, it’s the country’s go-to supplier of outdoor gear and apparel. But do you know the story behind the iconic brand? It was buried on disparate pages across their website. That’s why…

McCarthy Building Companies, Inc.

McCarthy, one of the largest construction companies in the country, asked Atomicdust to create an interactive website that would bring gratitude and hope to its communities as 2020 drew to a close. See how we built a site to help…


As Sherpa prepared to expand its services from CRM software to an entire sales enablement platform, Atomicdust built a website that generates leads while still conveying the company’s philosophy of empathy and understanding.


ClaimChoice asked Atomicdust to update its branding and website, repositioning the company as a leading authority in advancing the health insurance industry.

American Industrial Transport

Atomicdust created new branding, web design and an internal brand launch strategy for renamed railcar leasing and repair company, American Industrial Transport.


Maxor, a national pharmacy services company, was having trouble juggling multiple websites for its various divisions. Atomicdust created a central site that delivers a unified brand message while streamlining the user experience and allowing the company’s divisions to shine.

Jim McKelvey

With his new book set to be published, artist, author and Square co-founder Jim McKelvey asked Atomicdust to make a tech-forward website design that would inspire others to take action and solve problems through innovation.


A renamed, high-tech division of Enterprise Holdings Inc. – Entegral – turned to Atomicdust for foundational messaging and website design. They had a name and a logo, and needed help with the rest.