Event marketing to engage donors and encourage them to support a non-profit cause.
A modern, SEO-ready, mobile-optimized website designed to communicate its message and generate leads.
Awards in the mobile website and small business website categories
The Tomato Wellness Council needed a fun, easy-to-understand infographic that explains the health benefits, flavor, and nutrition of canned and jarred tomatoes.
Scott Design created a mobile-friendly website with SEO-optimized images and copy to replace an outdated, Flash-based website. The new responsive design lets visitors from all devices learn about the company and schedule services.
Multiple awards for microsite, web apps, and newsletters
A nonprofit dedicated to bringing technology and training to underserved youth wanted to redesign its website to better reach its audiences: students, community businesses, volunteers, and donors.
A high-end interior designer needed to update her website for mobile optimization and to add new content. Thanks to responsive design, site content is now optimized for both computers and mobile devices.
Design awards in corporate, B2B, and construction website categories
We asked our colleagues if they check their business-related emails on their phones. The results confirmed the reports: Most respondents, regardless of their age, use their phones, tablets, and other mobile devices to check both their personal and work emails.
McHale Engineering has years of experience, but didn’t have an online presence for reaching architects, commercial builders, and homeowners.
Clients often ask us where we think they should focus their marketing efforts to make sure they are hitting all the right targets. As the year comes to a close, here are 15 things we think you should consider for next year. They represent our top five recommendations each for 2015 for digital marketing, marketing communications, and branding strategy.