Projects Tagged ‘html/css’

more customers for Spectrum Litho

Website Redesign

Spectrum Litho is a wicked creative printing company in Canton, MA. Yes, these printers actually will weigh in and give you their opinion on papers, sizes, folds and they have great taste.  So they wanted a ::play:: design for their website presence.  Their goals? To draw in new draw new custumers.  We just launched their site today so check back for more on the results.

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connecting Linchris employees at 25 hotels

Market segment: hotel & hospitality

Linchris Hotel Management needed to centralize employee communications and they didn’t want employees to be frustrated or bored when they logged in.   So we went for a bottom-up build starting with the end users and created “The Lobby”, a virtual company wide intranet to centralize communications between Linchris corporate and its 25 hotel chains.  Events, documents, announcements all neatly posted, disseminated, archived and managed in true ::play:: style - without a single training or user manual required. Just jump in and it’s so intuitive you can get down to business.  Bocu efficency and employee morale. Not like thos intranets that get overbuilt and no one wants to use them.  This virtual hub is the new Linchris water cooler.



“we love it”
“incredibly simple and intuitive. Thank you. Thank you.”
“You guys completely lived up to what you said you would do”

faster upselling with CorrectionsMedia

CorrectionsMedia is the single most powerful and innovative media network dedicated to the $60 billion-a-year corrections industry, with the power to create and deliver your message in every medium. Atleast that’s what they became after we wrote it and they sold it!  Yup, these are the same guys who started only they couldn’t get advertisers to see them as anything more than a publisher of ads.  So we created an umbrella brand that aggregated the entire publishing industry under their CorrectionsMedia ad placement network. Then we explaioned the transition with a simple Flash movie helping to shorten the sales introduction and quicken the sale. Then we made a highly interactive services page that gave customers a 60-second “i get what they can do” view.   Results? 4 new successful product lines and steady upward revenues since its launch.

Goals: CorrectionsMedia wanted an online presence.

Results: Branded CorrectionsMedia and launched a new website complete with flash and video.


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