Cascade Web Development

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Cascade Web Development is a full-service digital agency in Portland, Ore., that was founded in 2001. Its 8 employees provide web development, e-commerce development, digital strategy, UI/UX design, SEO, and CRM consulting services to small and midmarket businesses.

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Industry Expertise

Consumer products & services


Business services




Other industries


Client Size Distribution

Small Business (<$10M) 60%

Midmarket ($10M - $1B) 40%

Common Project Size

$50K-$199K 4 projects

$10K-$49K 1 project


  • Helmet House
  • Travel Astoria
  • Woodslayer
  • Paid Leave Oregon

Highlights from Recent Projects

Overall Rating

6 Reviews

Cascade Web Development undertook a complete website redesign for a Portland, Oregon law firm. The project, which ran from July 2017 to March 2018, saw Cascade transform the designs provided by another company into a fully functional website. The new site, built on Cascade's proprietary Evergreen platform, offers seamless mobile responsiveness and more flexibility in displaying information. The law firm's staff were trained on Evergreen, enabling them to make content adjustments and changes themselves. The project was deemed a success, with the law firm investing between $50,000 and $200,000 in the engagement.

Dovetail Coffee, a coffee roaster with retail and wholesale operations, engaged Cascade Web Development for multiple web development projects. The primary goal was to create a scalable website that could be easily managed. Since April 2013, Cascade has created around six or seven websites for Dovetail, mostly using frontend templates or custom interfaces built by other resources. One of the key features developed was a wholesale interface portal capable of managing standing orders and billing. The CEO of Dovetail was satisfied with the results, having invested around $150,000 to $200,000 in the projects.

Cascade Web Development was hired by a mandatory provider of primary malpractice coverage for lawyers to modernize their decade-old website. The project, which began in July 2013 and concluded in fall 2014, involved building a site from scratch that allowed users to log in, access event calendars, and use a Continuing Legal Education library. Cascade used its Evergreen 2.0 platform for backend development and outsourced the website design to a local company. The firm was pleased with the results, investing around $60,000 in the initial project. Cascade continues to update the site with new features.



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