The Cascade Blog

Lax on the Trax 2019

The railyard was a flurry of rattle can activity in late August while Phil Haleen, of For the Love PDX, and his friends repainted 7 of 8 railcars with unique and amazing murals.  The event was themed ‘Lax on the Trax’, as it’s quite rare that...

Accessibility is for Everyone

Our passion for and journey towards delivering the most accessible web solutions possible involves constant learning. It was kicked into high gear fairly recently, when an e-commerce client of ours was served with notice of a pending lawsuit surrounding...

Logo Design vs. Brand Design: What's the Difference?

Believe it or not, a lot of people don’t know the difference between a brand and a logo. What’s a brand? What’s a logo? These are questions you should be asking yourself before working on your company’s branding strategy.

The Journey Toward Accessibility

At Cascade we believe the web is better for everyone when it's built to be accessible by everyone.  While this is a shared value at Cascade, it wasn’t always a priority. As I have shared in a previous blog post, I am on a personal and professional...

A New Website for DHM Research

DHM Research came to Cascade looking to give their team a better way to organize and present their content to the world. The result is an inspiring digital experience that’s easy to use, read, and update.

Cambia Health Foundation Launches New Website

Cambia Health Foundation has a legacy of transforming the health care journey from start to finish. We're excited to share that we've partnered with Smith & Connors to create the brand new Cambia Health Foundation website.

Cascade's New Site

After designing and building our new site from scratch, we wanted to share some insights about how we approached this project to support our company goals.

An Unlikely Collaboration to Create Art for All

We certainly aren’t the only ones embracing large format street art in Portland, but we do love being a part of this exploding trend in our great city.