Sweetness in Seattle

Molly Moon's Homemade Ice Cream founder Molly Moon (an old friend and colleague of  Josh's, Zack's, Neil's and mine from our days with Music for America) has bravely opened not one but two new businesses in an economic climate that would normally quash any such notion. Molly Moon's Homemade Ice Cream boutiques now reside in Seattle's Wallingford and Capitol Hill neighborhoods and have become the city's new sweet tooth sensation. With organic ingredients from local farms, compostable containers and bold, unique flavors such as salted caramel and honey lavender, it's no wonder these stores are thriving.

So how do we fit in?

I designed Molly's brand, logo and website when she opened her first store in Wallingford. In preparation for her second store opening on Capitol Hill, Chapter Three gave her site a little facelift and a huge backend upgrade by moving her site entirely over to Drupal. The process was was simple and easy since the site was originally marked up in semantic HTML and CSS.


Now Molly can enjoy improved Google search results, sparkly Ajax hover descriptions on her flavors page, a new press section with images, a rotating front page slideshow and — of course — the ability to have easy admin control over her whole site.

Chapter Three would like to congratulate Molly on the successful opening of her second store in Seattle, and wish her continued success with all her ventures.