Website development was a fairly key element in the overall marketing for this high-end product line. Since the owner (at the time) had manufacturing and on-demand distribution avenues already configured, our goal was to program the online store element to work seamlessly with his system, completing his turn-key manufacturing/distribution/ecommerce on-demand operation.
TelStar, Inc is an “on-demand” IT staffing business catering to the Department of Energy (DOE). They came to us for help with overall branding, website development and a modular marketing package that could be included in RFP documentation for DOE procurement and contracts.
Portage was an 8A designated government subcontractor, specializing in Engineering, Environmental, IT, and GIS mapping (among many other things). Evolution Design worked closely with Communications Director, Ann Riedesel to develop a modular marketing system, repurposing the printed materials for website population. You may have noticed the NEW brand we developed for Portage in the branding section. This was a long-term relationship. Evolution Design provided support for over 15 years – ending only when they were bought by another company.
Doug was trying to do two things: create disaster-proof storage system (flood, fire, and earthquake) and create an archiving (photos/papers) and jewelry storage option with the same disaster proofing. He developed a pretty ingenious solution, and asked us for help developing the flagship brand, and subsequent product brands. We were able to work with Doug and his family (his daughter is a successful photographer), to create an online venue for custom orders.
Prestige Media Design
We developed this website before flash animation became the evil step-child for all mac OS systems. The client wanted absolute control over “mouse overs,” fonts, etc… The drawbacks to using this code are as follows: the website is essentially “invisible” to powerful search engines; and a few years after development, the website was non-functional on all apple devices. Don’t get us wrong, it WAS beautiful. But we strongly believe that beauty in marketing needs to have PURPOSE and FUNCTION.
Shoulder & Knee Center
Dr. Andary wanted to emphasize his unique ability to return high-functioning athletic people back to the sports/activities they enjoy. And, to make it easy for potential and current patients to access paperwork and electronically fill-out forms necessary for the medical practice.
Eagle Rock Fabrication
Todd and Dave have been building “He-Man” steel equipment for agriculture and industrial uses since 2006. They know their business, they just didn’t know how to market it. We concluded that re-branding was too expensive. But they needed a functioning website that better represented their business and their values. And they both agreed – they wanted photos of “their” people, and not stock photography models.
Located between Idaho Falls and Yellowstone National Park, this venue can be rented for events (weddings, reunions, star gazing clubs, etc.), and also has an RV Park for easy camping. The website was developed based on print products, and allows the user to reserve camping sites, or check availability on the Lodge rental.
Tautphaus Park Zoo
Well, if you can spell this, you should get a free ticket! But, beyond the name, the City of Idaho Falls and the Zoological Society have done an amazing job resurrecting a dilapidated zoo. They’ve created a great community resource. Kids and adults can take part in education programs, volunteer… We’ve been working with this zoo since 2001, aiming to inform the public about this great resource. The website featured live webcams for the penguin and monkey exhibits, online membership subscription, up-to-date events, and more.