Web design is a delicate balance between art, user experience, pragmatism, technical limitations, and of course, humor when necessary. Here are some of the websites we’ve worked on.


Dry Humor Marketing owner Stephen Custer led the project team that completely re-designed the site in 2018-19 for our local transit agency, affectionately (and hilariously) called Cherriots.

The goal was to create a clean and simple site that was easily accessible by people of varying degrees of technical skill. People want to know when their bus is arriving, how long it will take to get where they are headed, and how much it will cost.  

He designed the home page with these key uses in mind. 90% of the reasons riders come to the site can be accessed right here on the home page.

Mega-menus help guide users to the information they need as quickly and easily as possible.

Route pages feature integration with the General Transit Feed Specification (GTFS) data and interactive maps. He designed the look and functionality of these pages, working with OMBU of Portland, Oregon for the backend coding.

Project pages featured Stephen Custer’s photography and videos to help riders stay informed about the latest news at Cherriots.

Check out the live site for yourself:


Stephen Custer started managing the website for the church his family attends in 2018. In 2022, he redesigned the site and created a new logo for the church.

This site is simple and clean to make it accessible to all. It features both his photography and photography by Matt Swain.

Large photos give the website users a sense of what it is like to visit the church. 

Information is updated weekly, and it was a key information source for parishioners during the pandemic.

Check out the live site for yourself:


Your website needs a refresh with beautiful new photos and a refocus on the customer experience. Let’s dig into the analytics, see what’s working and what’s not, then reconfigure and launch an effective new site for your business.