Over the past 10 years, we have worked with over 200 clients. Each client had their own individual challenges and here we have compiled a few case studies to show how we solved them.
ArkLaTex is the exclusive distributor of World’s Finest Chocolate. They wanted to run digital ads but only wanted to reach people that would be interested in their fundraising products. We decided to run geo-targeted ads to various schools located in Arkansas, Louisiana, and Texas.
This client came to us in the beginning of COVID-19 asking for help in building a new website and one that would allow them to setup virtual consultations at ease. This had to be done as fast as possible since they weren’t allowed to see patients in office during the quarantine.
An established client recently developed a new application for its EPS product. Continuous Insulation (CI) is a great way to make your home energy efficient. Their products maintain a constant R-value, which is fantastic for your home. Their CI products are StarRGard (used on the main length of the home) and StarRStruc (used to aid in the stability of load-bearing areas).
Every year, the Ronald McDonald House of Fort Worth hosts a charity banquet. As part of their presentation, they want to show how they’ve impacted the lives of those in the community and created success stories.
NCTTRAC tasked us with building a website that looked fresh and revitalized, was mobile friendly, and able to be accessed securely by thousands of members across the organization. Additionally, they needed a custom calendar that members of all different regions could filter and add events to whenever they were happening.
Honor Insurance came to us needing a website that worked for them just as well as it worked for their customers. Over the course of a couple months, we created the pages needed, the custom add-ons and developed an interactive website that provided an alternative to all the mainstream insurance companies out there.
Digital Press wanted to build an online ordering website to grow with the ever-changing consumer demand. They wanted something that they could create custom products in but also utilized products from a printing vendor.
The client came to us for a website update. Soon after we started discovery, it came about that the client didn’t own their website. They had been paying thousands of dollars a month for website maintenance but because of the terms of the contract, they owned nothing.
The Center For Cancer and Blood Disorders treats thousands of patients a year and are a nationally accredited oncology home. They were having issues with receiving only negative online reviews as well as incorrect location information online for their nine locations.
AirWorth came to us wanting a website refresh that was mobile friendly. Their old website was coded in HTML, so we switched it to a WordPress-based design for easy changes. After that, we integrated the design and feel that went into their printed materials, into the website to create a cohesive brand feel.
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