TreVi Pizza Pasta BYOB, in Glenside, has a huge and special mural of the Trevi Fountain that dominates their main dining area. It was a "no brainer" to incorporate it into their site.

Talking with the restauranteurs allowed us to focus on what made their place special, to customize it in a specific and beautiful way. They've saved thousands of marketing dollars, but they have a website as special as the restaurant itself.

Visit the site




Keystone Glass Block only sells one thing, but they've got to sell it with a combination of quick information for contruction needs and the sizzle and class of the product itself.

Visit the site





Star Plumbing, a fine local fixture, needed a site that could pick up their red, white & blue marketing stripe.

They wound up with their staff, gear and vans highlighted in a unique way.

Visit the site





Putting the storefront in a circle helped do two things. One, it conveyed the elegance of Salon 153 in an unusual way. Two, it cropped out the rest of the street which was not so pretty and did not match the Salon 153 color scheme.

Visit the site




Allied Landscape and Contractor Supply needed an SEO-optimized site that showed off their three locations in an interesting way, and included a ton of indexable text in each of their product categories. Token built them a site that accomplishes all that AND gives them custom content management in a comprehensive administrative section.

Beautiful, professional, successful.

Visit the site




Pescatore Restaurant needed something classy. We picked up the black and white photos around the restaurant, and scattered them into the design.

The address and menu are in plain text so they will be searchable. We suggest that restaurants avoid the complicated, flashy nonsense that only increases costs and browser annoyance. Get the information to your customers in a readable way.

Visit the site







Generations On Line highlights Token's experience in operating a larger effort. GoL is a non-profit program aimed at teaching Internet basics to senior citizens. Token's administration skills manage email access for over 20,000 seniors, in a subscription-only model, for over ten years.

Token's experience in managing this effort has proven invaluable.

Visit the site








The Cellar, created by Token's development partner, is one of the Internet's oldest continuously operating communities. Founded in 1990, The Cellar is considered a "Big Board" by The Admin Zone, with over 3000 members and over 500,000 posts.

Token's work here included developing a tasteful design on top of the vBulletin forum software.

Visit the site