Rever Grand

Rever Grand serves children and adults who experience intellectual and/or developmental disabilities, as well as their families. Ruby Slipper was charged to create a site that immediately explained the benefits to both clients and employees.


Rever Grand is a unique company serving the entire state of Oregon. Our first mandate was to convey what they offer. They employ Direct Support Providers who serve children and adults experiencing intellectual and development disabilities. Each one of their clients receives services custom tailored for their needs and desires. Our second was to speak to potential employees and show the benefits of working for Rever Grand. Our third was to make a clean, mobile-first site so busy parents on their cell phones could quickly peruse the site.


We perused the founder’s favorite websites – Shell and Forbes – to get a sense of his tastes. Then we hit the drawing board to create designs for home and sub pages. The mobile experience was of utmost importance, and we knew almost all visitors were viewing on their phones. Once we came up with clean designs and copy, we built the entire site.


Success! We created a mobile-first site that conveys offerings, communicates  exceptional customer service, shows they cater to ALL of Oregon, and has testimonials where clients and employees rave about their experience. Our goals with this site were for potential clients to contact Rever Grand and for potential employees to see benefits and job openings. Mission accomplished!




Website Plan & Direction

Site Architecture

UX / UI Strategy

Copy Writing

Web Design

Responsive Web Development

Content Management System

Search Engine Optimization

Analytics & Optimization






January 2020




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“We rely so much on our website and Ruby Slipper designed one for us that is engaging, useful and lovely. Erin and her team have continued to be wonderfully responsive to our requests. We are so pleased with the work that they do.”

– MONEEKA SETTLES, 2020 President of WLC Board
Women’s Leadership Conference of Southern Oregon