WEBSITES / E-MARKETING / SOCIAL MEDIA
The evolution of digital advertising and marketing continues to change how we communicate, but thankfully sound branding and marketing principles are still relevant to the cause. Here are a few sites we've built over the years with live links for those still active on client servers. Over time, we plan to dust off some of our archived sites for general review and to embarrass ourselves for what passed as professional advertising and marketing 20 years ago.
Client: Craic Technologies | Project: Corporate Website | Role: Site developer I 2004 - 2015
Developed corporate website based on look & feel of brand identity established a year earlier. Designed UI and site architecture. Supervised back end development for enhanced functionality and proposed on-line customer service.
Client: Centro de Niños y Padres | Project: Non-profit Website | Role: Site and content development I 2007 - 2015
Developed the entire site for this 40 year old non-profit to provide them a greater exposure to the community and prospective clients and donors. Worked hand in hand with Board of Directors and staff in producing this portal for services.
Client: House of Secrets | Project: Business Website | Role: Site and content development I 2004 - 2008
A fun, long-term project, developing a web presence for a colleague who was looking for a platform for his comic, art and toy company as he expanded his brand to include a publishing entity. This really provided a great artistic opportunity.
Client: Schlumberger, Inc. | Project: Corporate Website | Role: Site developer/Interactive Producer I 1996-1997
As Interactive Producer I was charged with full site development and supervision of this 80+ page site rollout. This site required a lot of client accountability and negotiation as content demands escalated dramatically. A great challenge!
Client: Kingston Memory | Project: Kingston/Microsoft co-branded Microsite | Role: Site developer I 1996
One of what eventually would become dozens of microsites/jump pages built for our clients to support integrated marketing plans and co-op opportunities. These microsites provided large corporate clients a temporary portal for on-line programs.
Client: Kingston Memory | Project: Kingston/Microsoft co-branded Microsite | Role: Site developer I 1996-1997
As microsites became the rage to provide marketers with a fast and responsive means of executing marketing initiatives without burdening in-house corporate web assets and site integrity. These products we packaged in with ad campaigns.
Client: Kingston Memory | Project: Kingston Product Microsites | Role: Site developer I 1996-1997
Kingston microsites spanned from jump pages to unique temporary destinations sites that included give-away contests, new on-line configuration tools, technical reports and direct response portals to garner audiences and track media effectiveness.
Client: AMD (Advanced Micro Devices | Project: Flash Memory Microsite | Role: Site developer I 1996-1997
AMD's microsites audiences a great educational portal on latest greatest chipsets to rival Intel in the broad business and consumer computer and processor markets. AMD microsites were a proving ground on what worked in on-line marketing.
Client: AMD (Advanced Micro Devices) | Project: AMD/Acer Co-brand Contest | Role: Site developer I 1996-1997
Another AMD microsite supporting the roll out of their K6 chip and the Acer Aspire System running on the chip set. A comprehensive site that allowed us to track print and web banner media placements and hone our media buys.
Clients: Pioneer Electronics & Hewlett-Packard | Projects: Pioneer 6NX NAS & HP Anesthesiology sites | 1999 & 1997
These two sites were produced to support their larger corporations vertical B2B markets. Site overhauls are the reality when it comes to product lines, since technologies evolve and their role in the corporate product lines tend to fade as they mature.
Clients: Hitachi & Hewlett-Packard | Projects: Hitachi Internetworking & HP Anesthesiology websites | 1995-1997
These two sites were produced to support their larger corporations vertical B2B markets. Site overhauls are the reality when it comes to product lines, since technologies evolve and their role in the corporate product lines ebb and flow.
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