We’re a small shop, so more often than not we spend our time solving problems for our clients rather than doing a ton of promotion for ourselves (with the exception of our awesome social media presences on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+ … now go click on all of those and follow us).
But we genuinely get excited about the opportunities we have with our amazing clients, so we’d like to share some of the projects we’ve been working on recently. Here’s a sample of what we’ve been up to.
We’re in the final stages of doing a WordPress migration for Daly Computers, Inc., a leading provider of public-sector IT solutions for government and education clients in the Mid-Atlantic area. Like our project with CTS Guides, we’re taking the existing Daly site and building a WordPress template based off of it, moving all of the content into the new infrastructure, and making it more usable and manageable in the process.
We’re also working with Daly to develop a WordPress-based CMS for a government client here in Maryland; it’s real out-of-the-box thinking and turning into an amazing product.
In August, we launched the website for the Jewish Leadership Coalition, a new venture backed by our clients at the Orthodox Union. Design and development was all done in-house in order to help launch the largest singular advocacy initiative ever undertaken by the Florida Jewish community.
We’ve also been fortunate to work with some other creative agencies in the greater DC area on WordPress projects recently, including the fine folks at Engage, an agency focused on politics and public policy, and Adashmore Creative, a Baltimore-based marketing agency.
Our design portfolio continues to grow, as we’ve recently done presentation design for clients like Gillette, Kellogg’s, P&G, Bank of America and more. As these companies perform market research to consider launching new products and services, we’re able to help design the research reports and presentations to help them better gauge how to move forward. It’s quite an honor for us.
In August, we designed a logo and a set of full-size posters for a new Hershey’s initiative, which — let’s be honest — is pretty cool. We did not get paid in chocolate.
We also designed the semi-annual report for our clients at the Orthodox Union Advocacy Center, as they wanted to share with their members all of the hard work and accomplishments they’ve had over the past six months.
The exciting thing is is that this list is totally incomplete; we’re working on a number of additional projects that are just getting underway or not ready for public consumption. In any case, we’re having fun and solving problems, everyday.
Oh yeah… we just had our first ever company BBQ – so here’s a pic of the team.