Xtended Energy, LLC Website

Xtended Energy, LLC is a website we created for a hip hop collective from Woodbridge, Virginia. The unique site we created is a departure from many sites we’ve worked on in the past. With the Xtended Energy website, we blended a lot of different areas to create a site which showcases the collective. Blue 16 Media worked closely with Xtended Energy to showcase their music, videos, a brief biography about the collective, merch, and a gallery with links leading to their various social media pages. The header of the site includes links that automatically scroll you to the corresponding section of the site. Blue 16 Media worked hard to bring the site to life with a modern design as well as a showcase on what truly mattered to the collective – the music. Check out some images from the site build below.





Social Media

Kim Klingler Website

Kim4arlington.com is a website we built for Kim Klingler – Democrat for Arlington County Board. We’ve taken the time to design a website which can exist as a centralized, virtual platform for her campaign. Blue 16 Media worked to build the website where the most relevant information was front and center for easy access by voters. The site is built with a clean and modern design. We’ve housed important pages at the top of the site along with Kim’s logo to the left. These pages include more information about Kim, issues she focuses on, voting for Kim, events, and information on volunteering for her campaign. On the right side of the page we included a donate link as well as an option to sign up for Kim’s newsletter. Check out the images below from the new website.


Volunteer Page

About Me Page

Mark Thomas

Mark Crossland – Attorney at Law

Markcrossland.com is a website we built for an Attorney at Law in Woodbridge, Virginia. We build the website to reflect the professional nature of what Mark Crossland does on a daily basis as a divorce attorney, as well as the variety of other legal matters he handles. The site keeps the layout simple to give visitors easier navigation to the pages which truly matter. These pages sit along the top of the site and include a special Areas of Practice page which includes separate pages for each area in which Mark practices. Another vital page for visitors is the Information page which houses details about client intake, a satisfaction survey, and information on an initial consultation. The Pricing & Payment page was also build to give visitors an idea of what sort of financial matters are involved. Blue 16 Media also included a custom contact page with directors to the practice as well as an email and phone number for direct contact. Overall our design for this site was intended to present a clean, professional look to reflect the business itself. Blue 16 Media is proud to have worked on Markcrossland.com to create a polished website for visitors to easily navigate.


Contact Page

About Us and Footer


Soccer Camps

No 1 Soccer Camps Website

No 1 Soccer Camps is a website we created for a soccer training camp located in Northern Virginia. The camp hosts field players and goalkeepers from all over the country looking for an opportunity to better themselves through expert training. With No 1 Soccer Camps being the first of its kind nationally, Blue 16 Media went for the gold where design was concerned. The customer WordPress theme we crafted for the camp is built to reflect the sport itself – sleek and quick. A custom slider at the top of the homepage brings the camp to life with images from a variety of training sessions. Navigation along the top gives easy access to visitors learning more about the camp, finding a nearby camp, what programs the camp provides players, a blog with articles pertaining to the world of soccer, a social feed with links, and a custom contact page where you can easily reach the camp for more information. The footer of the page houses a brief excerpt of the camp’s history as well as a form to sign up for their newsletter. A helpful ‘search our site’ function also resides at the bottom of the page. Widgets on the main page allow users to easily access different sections of the site most pertinent to their needs. Blue 16 Media is proud to have built this site for No 1 Soccer Camps.





Social Feed


Eng Care Virginia Website Design

ENG Care Virginia is a website we designed for a company which provides innovative senior care in Arlington, Virginia. The site is designed with a simple layout to give visitors the quickest access possible to the information that truly matters. The homepage offers a brief introduction about ENG Care Virginia. Along the top are pages for the different areas of the website. One leads to even more information about the company, services provided, and a custom contact page. We also placed the phone number and email address at the top to make sure it’s quickly accessible.

Main Page


Services Page


Imagewerks Website Redesign

Imagewerks is a website redesign we did for a photography studio based in Northern Virginia. The previous website
untitled-1 was basic, flat, and showed the age of when it was originally brought to life. Blue Media 16 took the old site and completely revamped it for the modern age. A custom slider greets new visitors to the site along with easily accessible social media icons in the upper corner as well as a feed lower down on the page. A small gallery on the main page also shows off some of the photographs Imagewerks has shot for customers. A blog section near the bottom of the page shows off some of the latest posts by the company as well. The footer of the site holds invaluable information for visitors such as a newsletter signup, recent blog posts, and testimonials from past clients. Along the top are pages which direct visitors to pages which include a contact page, more information about Imagewerks, and services provided.

Old Site



Updated Site – Main Page



Blog and Twitter Integration


KS Sharing Logo

Kaleidoscope Sharing Website

Kaleidoscope Sharing is a website we built for a multi-service company based in San Antonio, Texas. The site is
completely customized for our client with beautiful, vivid, and easily accessible information for visitors looking to find the right facts fast. The homepage of the website houses a sparkling background image with custom widgets posted in the center to give a brief introduction to the many services provided. At the bottom of the page is a quick form to signup for Kaleidoscope’s newsletter. The footer of the page includes several different certifications Kaleidoscope Sharing has attained as well as LinkedIn integration. Pages direct visitors to learn more about influences and resources, services provided, a fully function blog, and the main contact page. We built the site with modern, fluid touches to give visitors a clean and responsive experience when visiting the site – a reflection of the services offered. Check out an amazing testimonial from the website owner below followed by images from our website design:

“Pondering the upcoming Olympic Games, Blue 16 Media would win the team gold medal and Gresham Harkless would win the individual all-around gold!

Conveying my fear of the tech world, Gresham’s genuine, personable approach immediately made me feel at ease. Sharing his social media savvy as a mentor enabled me to share ideas and effectively brainstorm in what feels more like friendship than a stereotypical contractor-client business transaction. The result is a web site that perfectly represents me and my small business! An additional benefit are the amazing, user-friendly tutorials Blue 16 Media and Gresham created to walk you through managing-modifying-magnifying your social media presence!

If you are looking for exceptional talent, support, and a web site to enhance your company’s posture, reach out to Blue 16 Media and Gresham Harkless yesterday!”

– Dr. Kat Strus


Main Page






Footer with Certificates



Ateng Consulting Website

Ateng Consulting is a website we built for an import and export company based in Maryland. The website was designed with simplicity in mind and has the basics of a solid website. The slider shows images which focus on the trade business. Pages are limited to give potential clients easy maneuvering. Along the top of the page we have provided social media integration to help Ateng reach more customers via social media. The website pages include an About Us, Services, and a custom Contact page. We kept the layout clean so that visitors wouldn’t have to look far in order to contact Ateng about working together. Below is an image from the website design.

Main Page


Blue 16 Media

Questions for your Website Designer or Marketer

These questions will help you think through your new website or any other marketing initiative.

  • What’s the name of your business?
  • What’s the domain/website address(es) for your business?
  • Please includes the links to the social media sites (Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, Flickr, Google Plus, Pinterest, Tumblr, Other) described.
  • Tell us a little about your business? (e.g. history, team, etc.)
  • Do you have a slogan or tagline that clearly describes what you offer in terms of benefits or features?
  • What is your #1 products and/or services?
  • What other products and services do you provide?
  • Do you have any special offers? – e.g. ebook, free consultation, free audio files
  • How do most people find your business (e.g. word of mouth, Facebook, Google)
  • Who are your competitors?
  • Why do you believe people should do business with you rather than with a competitor? – What distinguishes you from other companies in this field?
  • Please describe your ideal customer -Pay special attention to their income, interests, gender, age, even type of computer they use, e.g., old with dial-up account or newer with broadband. If your website is a business-to-business site, what sort of companies are you hoping to attract?

Website Questions

  • What do you like and/or dislike about your existing site? – If you have an existing site. If not, please place N/A.
  • Do you have an existing website with content?
  • When would you like the website completed?
  • What is your primary goal for your website?
  • What are other goals for your website?
  • What colors do you want for your website?
  • Do you have a logo? (Y/N)
  • Please list the names of five other sites that you like. Why are they attractive to you?

SEO Questions

  • Have you done SEO in the past for your current site?
  • What’s your Marketing/SEO goal? – What do you hope to achieve with your marketing investment (e.g. +3 sales)?
  • Location – Please only include if you would like your website and listings to include this location.
  • Do you have target keywords? – What would people search in Google for if they didn’t know you or your business?

Social Media

  • Have you done social media in the past for your current site?
  • What’s your Social Media goal? – What do you hope to achieve with your marketing investment (e.g. +3 sales)?

Graphic Design

  • Which words in the company name do you want to emphasize on your logo?
  • Do you want to include a tagline into the logo?
  • Who are your competitors (and what do you think about their logos)?
  • What colors do you want or not want to be used in your logo?
  • What logo layout do you prefer? – Some logos are fully text-based, some have a graphic incorporated into the text, and in some the graphic is separate from the text. Additionally, there are also logos made to resemble seals or badges.
  • Graphically speaking, what should the logo contain? – There are three options. The simplest design-wise is to create a logo based on the company’s initials. Other options are either a graphic related to their business/company name, or an abstract graphic. See below:
  • What do you intend to do with your logo? Where do you intend to display it? – Companies can feature their logo in all sorts of places – website, business cards, promotional products… The logo has to “work” in each and every location it will adorn. If a company intends to make a lot of promotional products, then the logo you make for them should be easy to reproduce on any medium (pens, mugs, clothing), which sounds easier in theory than it is in practice! Logos intended solely for web use can have gradients and a wide color palette, while embroidery calls for simpler logos, with up to 3 colors.
  • If you have an existing logo, do you want to keep any elements of it?
  • Which companies have your favorite logos?
  • Do you have any other ideas of your own for your logo?
Blue 16 Media

Introducing Blue 16 Corner – Members Only Community for the Blue 16 Family

We are happy to announce that we are providing a members only community to our clients called “Blue 16 Corner”. We have been creating content and this is an exclusive site where it will all be housed. On CEO Blog Nation we have created a membership only community where you can access loads of content.  This is a way that we are able to provide exclusive videos, ebooks and content catered specifically to our clients and customers.

Highlights of the Members only community

  • Exclusive Blue 16 Media and CEO Blog Nation ebooks, content, tips, videos and more covering topics such as SEO, Social Media, Website Design, WordPress tutorials and more.
  • Live search functionality – As you type, you will see the content appear.
  • Teach a CEO videos and content to teach entrepreneurs how to run successful ventures.
  • A robust knowledge base that is available to search for answers to many of your questions.
  • Direct portal to contact us our support email.
  • Membership profile on CEO Blog Nation community.

The best part is that it’s now included in our SEO, Social Media, Hosting and Website Design packages. If you have any of these packages, you will be able to access this content for FREE. Contact us at info@www.blue16media.com if you have not received your username and password.

Hope to see you around the Blue 16 Corner!

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