Media That Matters is a media production company that focuses on brand story telling, and they needed a way of showcasing the stories they had helped tell. We built a custom video gallery so they could embed videos from their projects on their site, and then built the site around that gallery, with an “all roads lead to Rome” mentality. The user is directed towards the portfolio at every opportunity, and from the portfolio they are directed to sign up, creating an obvious and easy-to-follow user flow.
Camp Mini-Yo-We needed an ecommerce-ready website where they could showcase their different camp programs, take online registration and allow parents to buy and pay for sessions online. We created a custom design, including a custom checkout process that allowed them to showcase each of their programs separately, simplified the purchase for the customer and gave them a better opportunity to showcase what each session had to offer.
CSPN needed a way to showcase their mentor profiles, as well as give visitors an easy way to find those mentors, or become one themselves. By separating the Become a Mentor and Become a Mentee calls to action, we allowed visitors to self-select what they wanted to do on the site, and also made it easy to achieve those goals. We also created a custom team page for showcasing the team member biographies.
ForShow Staging has two services – home staging, for people selling their homes, and interior design for homeowners – and needed to give ample attention to each. The client also needed a way to showcase portfolio pieces for each of the services, so we created a project portfolio with the ability to sort projects based on what was done.
ideavation is a promotional marketing agency that needed a way to showcase more information about the company, as well as link to their existing online product catalog. We determined that product orders would be the low-hanging fruit, so we created a simplified website with one main page and only a few subpages, and directed users to the online catalogue to allow them to quickly find examples of the work.
HWC Insurance needed a way to quickly sort users according to the product they were looking for. A form above the fold on the home page, as well as directed navigation allowed customers to select what they were looking for, and then direct them to that page. We then added individual lead capture forms to allow customers to request a quote online, directly from that page.
Our initial discussions provided us with two priorities for this site – to quickly push visitors to buy beats on an existing commerce platform, and introduce & up-sell Omito’s new service options. This ground-up design was a conscious effort to make a seamless user experience – it had to be simple and clean, avoiding unnecessary visual distractions. We placed a huge emphasis on creating a way to connect with new and existing clients to find the latest beats and get repeat business via the newsletter.
RecProtect needed to integrate an online quoting form into their website, which allowed customers to get a recreational vehicle insurance quote in a few minutes for whatever vehicle/model they have. The quoting form was built by our parent organization, Candybox Marketing, but the rest of the site was built by us! The site also includes a self-serve portal where existing clients can engage various services through RecProtect directly from the site!
The Mabin School needed a way to tell their school’s story, as well as promote online registration, in a fun and engaging website that matched the personality of the school itself. We created individual pages for each program, as well as pages to outline the curriculum, other offerings at the school, and even a link so future students could apply online.
Trinity Family Wealth wanted to showcase their services, but also the personality of their company. This required static pages, and a blog that could be updated over time. We created a custom blog template to maintain a consistent appearance for the blog articles, as well as a lead capture form that gave users a free PDF for entering their email address.