CASE STUDY #1
The folks at WOW! were referred to us because they had some unique needs. They specialize in event production for high schools in Southern California. While their customer base is both widespread and loyal, they had concerns that their competitor would steal their ideas if they were just openly displayed on their website. They needed a way to hide portions of their site and make them available only to their customer base.
But isn’t one of the points of a web site (and marketing in general) to show what you can do? So we implemented a custom system that allowed viewers to see their home page and their contact page – but it required them to register with their name, email and phone if they wanted to view the rest of the site. This gave them a way to not only track their incoming traffic, but to block unwanted individuals from viewing their information.
We gave them a full suite of powerful tools and functions to extend the capabilities of their site:
We love a good challenge and have no problem stepping up to bat when it comes to difficult projects.
CASE STUDY #2
When Ryan, the president of RDM, approached us he had a unique problem to solve. His company manages income properties for owners in LA and San Fernando Valley. The difficulty is that RDM needed to reach out to two very different audiences – Owners and tenants.
Our strategy was to divide and conquer.
Rather than develop a single site that would try to meet both group’s needs and fall short, we created two sites and gave the user the choice to decide which audience they were in, and which site they needed to visit.
The owner’s site is high on presentation. It depicts professionalism, class, excellence, and strong messaging. We believed it was necessary to gain the trust and credibility with the viewer in order to get the opportunity to win their business. With custom flash integration, full-screen presentations, background jazz music, and an elegant user interface we immerse the user in a unique experience.
On a day-to-day basis current and potential tenants in the Southern California need to interact with a property management company. Their needs vary from “Help! I need to find a place to rent!” to “Who do I call to report a leaky faucet?”
We knew that this part of the website needed to be:
By focusing on features that made an impact on both the user and manager, we put some powerful tools in the hands of RDM and their tenants.