Telephone Building

Website Design Phase 1 Complete for the Telephone Building Beacon

Website Design Phase 1 done for Deborah Bigelow’s the Telephone Building in Beacon NY. This is the second time her renovation work of the building has gone online, but this time at its own website, very clearly, with lots of Before and After shots, as well as a gallery of how the building looks today. Find the website at www.telephonebuildingbeacon.com


Really an honor and a pleasure to work with Deborah (my office landlord) on this, to listen to her direction and learn where she’s going. Her ❤️ heart has been in this building for so long, as evidenced by business owners around here who see her working on it almost every day. Either cleaning cigaret butts from the sidewalk, or up on a boom laying gold leaf gilding papers on the letters atop the building.

Bravo, Deborah.

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Website Design Planning for Telephone Building

Love it when websites take shape on the table first. Deborah Bigelow, owner of the Telephone Building in Beacon, is a very visual thinker and has a process of discovery. She plots things out in binders and boards and delivers them to our meetings. The website is taking shape nicely, and telling the story of the Telephone Building’s 25 year history in Deborah’s hands.

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This is a photo of an original plank of wood that served as the architect’s signature that Deborah discovered while she was renovating the Telephone Building.   

Website Design Planning for Telephone Building

Love it when websites take shape on the table first. Deborah Bigelow, owner of the Telephone Building in Beacon, is a very visual thinker and has a process of discovery. She plots things out in binders and boards and delivers them to our meetings. The website is taking shape nicely, and telling the story of the Telephone Building’s 25 year history in Deborah’s hands.

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This is a photo of an original plank of wood that served as the architect’s signature that Deborah discovered while she was renovating the Telephone Building.