The first few months of 2013 have been defined by a few existing projects, and an exciting new relationship with a client located in Melbourne, Florida.
We’ll be proud to reveal two of these websites in the upcoming weeks.
Here’s what's keeping us busy.
After completing the Stanford Careers website last Fall, and providing UX analysis consulting to an HR specific website (Benefits.Stanford.edu) — we’re still fully engaged with the University. Last November, The Center for Ethics in Society hired us to rebuild their website (Ethicsinsociety.Stanford.edu). Fast forward a few months and we’re about 85% completed. The site will offer its users a ‘Responsive’ experience; utilizing Stanford’s Open-Framework.
We’ve really enjoyed getting to know these West coast folks, including close collaboration with Stanford’s internal web team.
Dr Venessa’s Formulas
Since 1992, Dr Venessa’s products have been a well trusted name in natural supplements. Their products can be found throughout Vitamin Shoppe’s nation-wide. Our work for “Dr. V” (as we say around the office) will posses a strong Inbound Marketing strategy to further engage and educate the end consumer. We’ll be launching a brand new design to help existing and potential customers find/learn/shop products via a calculated content marketing plan.
We’re beyond thrilled to be servicing these wonderful people out of Melbourne, Florida. Since 1991, they’ve been the authority in building embedded computing systems and advanced display solutions. We’re a perfect fit for DTx because we understand SMBs (especially in the B2B space) extremely well, and our conversion-focused websites provide a visible roadmap to attracting qualified prospects, nurturing them, and closing them.
As we engaged our Strategy & Planning phase a few weeks ago, they provided us some wonderful feedback in WHY exactly ProtoFuse was hired to rebuild DTx.com
Your proposal was 100% transparent and wonderfully detailed. Not only did you sound like you knew what you were talking about, you PROVED it in your presentation!
They really are putting on the pressure, aren't they? :)