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NOI recognized that mailing massive reports to their clients every month didn't cut it. Nobody had time to read them.
Working with a very design-conscious market, the Country Landscapes website needed to be beautiful in it's simplicity. Equally important, they needed a way to keep the website up to date with their latest completed jobs, news and specials. The updates had to be easy because everyone from the secretaries to the founding partners would be making updates. Finally, they needed a site for Country Stonemasons that kept the brand consistent.
Heritage's old website was almost impossible to update and finally was taken offline. It was apparent a new website was needed - and badly. The site needed to target prospective families, while still being the first source for current families looking for school information. Most importantly, the school administrative staff needed to be able to update it on their own.
Blogging has quickly grown from being simply an online journal to being the best way to convey specialized information on the web. Blogs aren't just personal anymore, they're a great way to contribute to communities of people interested in your favorite topics. They're a great tool for advertising, networking, and information dispersal. How to Sew's blog had to be professional, trendy, and functional. The site needed to handle huge amounts of traffic daily and have the capacity to effortlessly upload and flexibly display information for the contributors. That's not all, it had to look amazing no matter where you checked out the blog. Computers, tablets, and mobile phones all had to have an easy way to access the content of the site while maintaining the flawless design.
Kohl's kept growing, but their website didn’t. Administrative costs for registering, tracking, and billing campers were getting out of hand. Plus, they needed a website that gave them the flexibility for the future to respond quickly to a changing industry.
Midwest Living already had a beautiful design in place, they just needed to bring on professionals that could help create a Drupal back end that met the complex needs of a large magazine website. The underlying complexities of such a simply beautiful site needed to be eloquently executed in order to keep users and publishers enjoying the revamped site.