North Carolina's Victim Assistance Network (NCVAN) came to us to redesign their website. They needed their site to be responsive so we made sure to optimize their existing content, so more of their uses would have better access to vital content, via a desktop computer, a laptop, a mobile device, or tablet. Additionally, a translator is available to transcribe all of the site's pages to English, Spanish, Burmese, Hindi, and Vietnamese. Having a robust directory, redesigning the content was a large fete, but a necessary one for the organization. The redesign of this website exemplifies a strong case for creating content that is accessible to your users as well as making the investment in maintaining an up-to-date, responsive website.
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See how the Freedom Action Network (FAN) was transformed from a simple blog into a robust website with the redesign of their site with the before and after images.
In 2016, we designed the website for BeeWell, a site to preview/demo a medical app that aids in connecting a patient, his/her doctors and delegated caretakers/family members to access updated medical content. Visit the website by clicking the button below, or preview it in the video above.
We had the privilege to collaborate on a fresh new website design with the great folks from Phillips Farms in Cary, North Carolina. Phillips Farms is proud of its long history of family ownership and quality farm products serving central North Carolina for over 100 years. Lee Phillips, the current owner, purchased Phillips Farms from his grandfather’s estate, William Busbee Ennis, in 1976. The farm’s primary crops were straw, hay and tobacco. Read more and visit the full site here.
Our talented graphic design team located in Raleigh, NC created this award winning logo design for a client with a zesty BBQ sauce that is sold in stores such as Costco, local groceries stores in North Carolina as well as globally.
In 2016, we had the pleasure of aiding the North Carolina GOP in re-branding their website. The immediate goals aimed to create easier find to pertinent resources, with the looming Presidential election, as well as creating a more modern and accessible website that is responsive on various computers, devices and smartphones.
We recently published one of our first full-page ads showcasing our new brand, as well as numerous projects that span across various media. We would love to work with you for your creative needs, whether it's print, video production, graphic design, web design, logo design or a package of multiple services.
TMP’s desire was to own an integrated print and web toolkit that supports their entire brand. With that the designs needed to reflect the interior design of corporate headquarters as well. Our solutions provide a visual message that capture and express the unique formulas that TMP’s role plays out to their clients. Check out more […]
the idea local project aimed towards the bullying crisis many students face within school facilities and throughout social media sites. the pickles and olive campaign will begin to combat that problem with non-violent solutions, and an online education mixed with a positive goal for everyone. the challenge marry the words and imagery of pickles and […]