Take a look at some of the projects we've been working on lately.

Heather the Realtor Web Design
Jacksonville Web Design Project

Heather the Realtor

Heather Unger, a well-known realtor in the Orlando area, called on us to give her web presence a visual refresher and add some great new functionality.

From a design perspective this project was a lot of fun because we got to break the mold of the typical real estate site in more ways that one. Rather than overwhelm the visitor with a ton of properties, we decided early on to showcase Heather. After all, it's her expertise and personality that make her one of the top-rated realtors in the entire state of Florida and a regular guest on HGTV shows like House Hunters. The upper portion of the homepage features a large portrait of Heather set against a custom illustration of the downtown Orlando area. The entire design has a flirty, feminine appeal that makes use of fuchsia with rich neutrals and lemonade yellow as accents.

From a functionality standpoint we moved the site from ExpressionEngine 1.6 to ExpressionEngine 2, integrating a featured properties channel, blog, Facebook wall feed, MLS search module and live chat interface.

As an added bonus this site has a mobile-ready version too! Try visiting from your iPhone to see an alternative layout.

  • Graphic Design
  • XHTML & CSS
  • CMS Integration
  • Consulting
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UF RecSports Website Web Design
Jacksonville Web Design Project

UF RecSports Website

The University of Florida is the fifth largest university in the US with an enrollment of around 50,000 students. UF RecSports is their internal organization responsible for offering students intramural sports, non-varsity intercollegiate sports, fitness centers and a whole lot more. Their audience is an extremely active, engaged and web-savvy group of young people, but their web presence was built way back in 2003 and didn't reflect the quality of RecSports's programs and activities.

We stepped in and worked with their internal marketing department to rethink everything. We reorganized the sitemap and condensed it into about half the number of pages, designed an entirely new visual layer, and integrated the reorganized content onto ExpressionEngine, complete with a department-wide events section utilizing Solspace's Calendar module. The results have been astounding. Traffic is up over 50% in comparison to the same month during the previous year, and calls to the department asking for commonly requested information have dropped significantly.

We're also proud to say that this site won a Silver ADDY award in the HTML website category at the 2011 Gainesville AdFed ADDY Awards. Go Gators!

  • Graphic Design
  • XHTML & CSS
  • CMS Integration
  • Consulting
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Hybrid Claims Group Web Site Web Design
Sarasota Web Design Project

Hybrid Claims Group Web Site

Hybrid Claims Group does insurance claims auditing and subrogation. To be perfectly honest I had no idea such things even existed until I began work with Mike Bivona and his team in Sarasota. This project was a lot of fun because we were tasked with designing a whole identity from the ground up. The aptly-named Hybrid Claims Group is a new brand formed from two existing companies. We created a logo based on the Möbius strip, a cool mathematical shape that has two sides but only one surface. Once we nailed down a logo and color palette, we designed a sleek, modern site and integrated it with ExpressionEngine 2 to facilitate easy updating of press releases and page content. Mike and his team were a pleasure to work with and we're all really pleased with the end result.

  • Graphic Design
  • XHTML & CSS
  • CMS Integration
  • Consulting
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Greater Dunnellon Historical Society Web Site Web Design
Ocala Web Design Project

Greater Dunnellon Historical Society Web Site

We designed and developed an informational Web site for the Greater Dunnellon Historical Society, based in (you guessed it) Dunnellon, Fla. This was an especially cool project because I grew up in the Dunnellon area. We did a lot of research through the society's photo archive before starting on the illustration. All of the buildings are town landmarks and the train is an accurate depiction of the types used in the area in the 1890s. Once the site was sliced and coded into HTML5, we integrated it with ExpressionEngine 2 so the society members could easily update page content and community events.

  • Graphic Design
  • XHTML & CSS
  • CMS Integration
  • Identity
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