A Full-Service Agency
for unique online experiences
Web design company founded in Vancouver, Washington in 2013, Northwest Media Collective has grown into an award-winning Creative Digital Agency that helps businesses and organizations maximize their online value and adoption of website technologies. The agency’s forward-thinking team of web developers, designers, marketers, and videographers deliver authentic messages to both local and national audiences.
I I was and am very pleased with Northwest Media Collective’s professionalism, timely service, rates and responsiveness to my individual business needs. They provided me with a top notch mobile friendly website, one of the only outsourced sites I have truly liked and haven’t wanted to make a bunch of changes to.
Travis is an awesome web developer who is always available. Don’t use a fly-by-night web person you find on Craigs List. Travis is the best
Our business was highly detailed and demanded the highest quality. Travis always delivered a great job done on time. Moreover, he maintained a pleasant, “can do” attitude under stressful conditions.
Travis is always on top of the myriad client projects and relationships he is managing at one time.
have worked with [NWMC] for 4 years now and have been very impressed with their web design work. I would recommend them to anyone.
It is a pleasure to recommend Travis Buck and Northwest Media Collective. They are knowledgeable, creative, and innovative, always delivering their work on time and with very high quality. As a result, our site draws over 5000 unique visitors every month, many who stay a while and buy!
Just wanted to send along a note of thanks. With all the pitches and meetings I’ve been taking lately, I very frequently get compliments on the website and I have [NWMC] to thank for that.
[NWMC] was quick to have creative solutions and didn’t hesitate to let me know when they thought I was off base in a suggestion. I would highly recommend this team for your online needs.
We always felt like we were a top priority when meeting in-person, on the phone and via quick-response emails. You will enjoy working with Abby and Travis on your next project.
I’d like to thank your whole team for doing an outstanding job on my website! I truly love it and feel it represents my brand with the elegance and personality I was hoping for.
Our experience Northwest Media Collective was phenomenal. Travis and Abby brought our vision for a new website to life and were fully prepared to address our immediate questions/concerns.
Thank you to the folks at Northwest Media Collective for putting together a great looking website and SEO package for me. We are targeting growth in Vancouver and Portland, and I have a whole new level of professionalism that we as a company present online. Thanks guys!
Abby Spyker, Travis Buck, Katie Fennelly,and the rest of the team there are just phenomenal at what they do. If you’re shopping around for a new site or to freshen up what you already have, they are outstanding!
I L.O.V.E. my new website! Not only does it LOOK amazing, but within a day I had my first contact form completed and received 4 leads in about a week (I think I got 4 forms completed in 2 years from my old site). I even booked a new client today!
“There was no step I took to achieve leadership. Continuing to take steps and remember my “why” opens the door for moments of leadership. I think when I truly step into a leadership role is when I step back and let others lead, when I share my thoughts and listen to the thoughts of others,… Read more “Abby Spyker”
“The biggest step I took toward being a woman in a position of leadership was when I finally stopped listening to people who said I couldn’t do something. once I stopped listening to people who said that, nothing could hold me back. I could do anything I set my mind to.”
“[S]ince I consult, I’m not really in a leadership role. ie I don’t manage people. The work I do on City Council comes from the desire to serve and make the town better. And I have no problem speaking up to turn things in the right direction. Will power is key. And taking the time… Read more “Emily Reed”
“The most important step I took to achieve a position of leadership started with saying ‘Yes.’ Yes to a position that would push me out of my comfort zone and stretch me personally and professionally. Yes to getting involved in organizations and volunteering my time. Yes to meeting new people. Saying yes was the first… Read more “Cathy Lisoski Baillargeon”
“Gosh…that should be a simple answer…I never set out to lead. I am just a very independent person. I don’t think I would call my self a leader of people. As I am not a people person. If there was something I wanted or wanted to do, I just did it. I am not a… Read more “Rhonda Frasier”
“stop allowing me to hold me back. Believe in myself as much as I believe in everyone else.”
“I joined the Women Entrepreneurs Organization (WEO) in 2006 shortly after starting my Visiting Angels business. It has been a great group for me, and I attribute a lot of my success to the connections and education I have received from WEO. I am currently the president of WEO, a position I am honored to… Read more “Amy Morgan Loudenback”
“Leadership roles as a woman are still challenging. I have spent all my career working in male dominated industries, first printing and now construction. The number one thing I learned early on was that for my voice to be heard, the team needed to know that I understood their perspective and I needed to earn… Read more “Suzanne Ferguson”
“Self direction. And acting “as if” even if the confidence or nerve wasn’t there. Additionally, finding the right people and organizations to help guide me and give me the boost and encouragement I needed. Also, being a good follower sets the example of being a good leader. Leadership starts from any level. So don’t think… Read more “Lynn Feinstein”
“I acted like a leader before I had a position of leadership. I just did the work – I had an idea, structured it, got others involved and did it. You may not be given a clear title or scope of authority, but usually you can still get things done. People may use words to… Read more “Anonymous”
“When thinking about what steps I took to advance my career and life I can’t help but think of two things. I was brave when I thought there was no way and I ran towards the roar. Grit and showing up, it all starts there.”
“I’d say the most important step I took was to create my own way of working that was different than the agency I was at. There was a point where my boss had wanted to promote me but the CEO said no – he wanted a more “brand name” planner to lead the department. That… Read more “Jen Patterson”
“’Being mentored. Becoming a mentor.’ I am the leader I am due to the leaders I have had. Armed with an MBA from an Ivy League school, my first boss at an international advertising agency recognized that my book smart was not impactful smart. He showed me how to toggle between the creative and business… Read more “Jen Urich”
“I am happy to answer your question. I am currently Chief Marketing Officer for Shiseido, Japan’s premier cosmetics company having come to Japan last year to go in-house for my client. As you can see from my profile, I have worked in multiple industries around the world while keeping my PDX base for 25 years.… Read more “Katherine Melchior Ray”
“The most important thing for me was to step into leadership. Understanding what makes a great leader, and make it happen. It’s starts by taking initiative , understanding the people you want to lead, and positively influencing them.”
“Stepping into a mindset of always being in service. When I understood that a true leader is a builder of a community and the only way to build a community or a tribe is to always be in service is when doors began to open for me and opportunity literally knocked. When a leader removes… Read more “Kareen Mills”
“There are many steps that I took to get in my leadership position and yet the real answer is in how a leader naturally behaves or learns to behave if it does not come naturally to be a great leader. If you are a leader and act like one, you will get there eventually. The… Read more “S. Paige Vinson”
“Leadership isn’t a personality trait, it’s a verb. For me, achieving leadership isn’t a goal — positive change is the goal! I focus on the action steps necessary to achieve change. Leadership is just a natural outcome of being the one to step up and implement change.”
“I have been thinking about this. I think for me it is a variety of things. It is being available. When things come up in areas I believe in and help is needed I say ‘yes’ even when I am uncomfortable doing it. I hate failing but one of the biggest things I continuously work… Read more “Valerie Bovey Hooks”
“Whew, so many things come to mind when I read that question. But the first thing(s) that stuck out for me is Focusing on what you’re doing and what you’re doing ONLY. Comparison is such a hindrance and truly takes us away from our unique gifts. Leading by example to the best of your ability.… Read more “Emily Mercer”
“Putting yourself out there and applying for positions just to see what might happen.”
“Sometimes life just opens paths that you weren’t really expecting or looking for. That’s when you need to be open to new ideas and be ready to jump! In my case, an employment door actually closed that I was expecting, which led me to start my own business freelancing. As I look back on it… Read more “Teresa L. Rider”
I’m extremely pleased with the new site, especially it’s look and feel, the flow, and some of the new things that Northwest has introduced from a conceptual standpoint.
Northwest [Media Collective] offers the most recent technologies to aid in client progression, and their customer service is so invaluable that it has secured the possibility for future projects.
NW Media gave suggestions for improvements throughout development, treating the business’ interests as their own. They were easy to work with and have helped with support since finishing development.
Sales leads have increased, web traffic is up, and the site’s modern visuals received great reviews. Northwest Media’s use of technology in their communication lent it a personal feel and contributed to an ongoing relationship, along with their responsiveness and friendly attitude.
Northwest Media Collective’s work on the site greatly benefited business in various areas. Their direct and transparent correspondence was a noteworthy element of the engagement. Their workflow is efficient. Expect a dependable and personable partner with Northwest Media Collective.
Their WordPress, brand strategy, and project management skills are exemplary. They’re flexible, professional and stay on top of their deadlines when delivering complex customized projects.
Northwest Media Collective did quick and effective work, creating a good-looking site that customers enjoy. The team was patient and responsive, maintaining open and consistent communication.
The traffic increased almost by 50% and the feedback from customers has been overwhelmingly positive. As a smaller agency, Northwest Media is able to give personal attention to their clients, while their expertise and professionalism make them stand out among competitors.
Travis and his team are true professionals. They were with us every step of the way as we completely overhauled out website right before our biggest season kick off event of the year. Not only did they manage to get the job done on time our bounce rate plummeted immediately after launch. People are visiting the site more often and staying longer! Best part is… just 3 months after launch Alder Creek Kayak & Canoe had their strongest July ON RECORD! If you want a team that is present, detailed, and gets the job done right and on time… you want NWMC.