View Our Recent Projects

Below are some of our recent projects we have finished. Some are full website developments, others are re-designs and custom programming implementations.


Eclectik is a Chicago based, stationery company that required a website to come as close to duplicating their manual, phone order process as possible. This project required a customized online ordering system and shopping cart, with customer order tracking implementation as well. Other development companies had difficulty meeting the customer's requirements at their desired budget -- but we didn't.

Forge Partners, LLC.

Forge Partners, LLC. is a private real estate investment and development company focused on acquiring multi-family properties across the United States.

The Destiny Gods

The Destiny Gods is built upon the Shopkeeper e-commerce Wordpress theme, and customized to fit the customer's personal design and vision. Like most Wordpress themes, this site is highly scalable and rich in enough versatile features to give it the look and feel of a big e-commerce store.


Protaxappeal is a Chicago area company that provides the invaluable service of helping property owners lower their County property tax bills. This responsive website allows customers to pay their invoices online, as well as schedule property reviews.
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" Getting our site ranked in the first few pages of Google has always been a challenge, but NTR Imagescapes put together a plan that actually worked. And best of all, it didn't cost an arm and a leg. "

- Scott Milton

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