We design and host clean, responsive websites with user-friendly customized content management workflow.
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JBHM is a regional architecture firm completing large-scale projects across the Southeast. Their audiences vary from government, education, and private sector buyers. They also have a huge volume of work.
In presenting the volume of work in a way that showcases valuable projects but also keeps things organized, we created a flexible site map that creates multiple pathways to lead viewers to relevant projects. There's also some backend capability to help the firm's business development create targeted portfolios to send to prospective clients.
Subtle hover effects throughout help to accentuate the firm's existing green line branding. The firm's partners love to focus on details, so throughout the site we built nods to their detail shots. The flexible, responsive grid ensures an elegant viewing experience no matter what device is being used.
Websites are living organisms, so we spent time with the firm's marketing staff to ensure that they would be able to access and organize all the site's content as new projects, people, and news items are added.
Nancy H. Goldman is our office neighbor, and a brilliant psychotherapist. We wanted to create a website that captures Nancy's warmth and openness to humor and creativity, even while dealing with clients in intensive situations.
We created a system of watercolor icons that would attach to each type of therapy and follow it through the site listings. It was fun to create these physically, and gives the site a unique, handmade element. These reminded us of Rorshach tests, but with a much more positive, bright appearance. The white space, typography, and photography all work together to create a soothing, engaging atmosphere.
William is a fine artist who creates edgy graffiti-inspired artwork and abstract compositions for galleries and commissions. The visual side of the site is a carefully disciplined black and white layout so that the art itself jumps off every page.
Behind the scenes, however, there was deep discussion with William about how to feature his work. A standout project, for example, was a collaboration with a large fashion brand. These projects allow for tremendous creative freedom and achieve a large exposure. We designed the site's copy to help these brands find William for similar collaborations.
For the website, we built a custom backend workflow that allows staff to quickly add and update the day's flavors.
We were asked by the Festival Planners to produce a website and promotional materials for the inaugural Mississippi Book Festival. Because it was the first festival, the scope and demands of the project were quickly evolving.
As the scale of the festival grew, so did the number of materials required. Our Project Manager and Design team were able to scale their efforts to meet the challenge, and produce all the related t-shirt, signage, advertising, and promotional materials needed for the event.
The Festival event tripled the initial attendance projections, and will be a successful event for years to come!
Updated logo + website for a wine & spirits retailer. The movement in modern wine and spirit sales is towards craft and artisan selections and a more advanced taste palate in the audience.