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Projects Update: August 2014

by Jason Unger, Founder

We’ve still got beautiful weather here in our Washington, D.C. office, but since school buses are back on the roads and the NFL season is almost here, it’s official: summer is coming to an end.

Thankfully, we haven’t slowed down at all during the summer months, with plenty of launches and exciting new projects underway.

We’re excited to have just launched the brand new website for Create a Jewish Legacy, a legacy gifting program run by our clients at The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington. It’s a beautiful site we’re incredibly proud of.

Built (of course) using WordPress, it integrates the Bootstrap framework for clean code and responsive design. The site uses amazing imagery and photography, making the storytelling compelling and the experience engaging.

Our clients at Bay Area Circuits are preparing to exhibit at PCB West 2014 Conference and Exhibition in September, and we’ve designed new graphics for their display booth.

As we get closer to football season, the team at Fanspeak is preparing to cover it all – and give their readers all the tools they need to enjoy the season. On the Clock Fantasy, the awesome tool for simulating a fantasy football draft, has been picking up steam all summer. We’ve helped them launch brand new Fantasy Football and Tools sections on the site.

There’s more coming over the next few weeks at Fanspeak — so stay tuned to our Facebook page and Twitter to see when they’re announced.

Over the past month, we’ve been helping clients like American Vacuum Company, the Jewish Social Service Agency and Global Beads, Inc. improve their presence online, doing everything from Facebook marketing to search engine optimization to enhancing overall site security.

Starting in September, we’re excited to begin working with the team at Caster Communications, Inc., a leading public relations, marketing and social media agency working in the technology sector.

We’ve got another HUGE launch coming in September as well – a site we’ve been working on for some time now – that will blow your socks off.

So – the summer may be coming to an end – but the fun continues. Thanks for sticking around for the ride.

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About Jason Unger

Jason Unger is the Founder of Digital Ink. He built his first website on Geocities, and hasn't looked back since. Digital Ink tells stories for forward-thinking businesses, mission-driven organizations, and marketing and technology agencies in need of a creative and digital partner.

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