Sites Showcase | In today’s digital world, a company’s website is a company’s storefront. Many small – and actually, large – companies have no calling card other than that composed of pixels and code. The pressure to get it right is overwhelming. How else will a prospective customer or client understand what you’re all about? At Ideahill, we make sure they do.
What child — or adult — doesn't like toys? But some toys are more than mere playthings. Some can play a vital role in a child's development, building hand-eye coordination, an ability to follow instructions, teamwork and creativity. Duma's Kids markets toys that do just that. And parents are glad to know that toys from Duma's Kids occupy their children for hours.
Artificial Intelligence is one of those terms that gets bandied about, yet very few really understand it. For Springboard.ai, we introduced a team of world class minds who definitely do
understand it and can help businesses navigate this brave new world. Visit Site»
Machu Picchu is a transformative experience. Anyone who has visited the sacred venue leaves a little bit different. For AndeanTour.com, we built as much of the Machu Picchu experience into the site as we possibly could. To experience more, you’d have to actually visit. Visit Site»
Richard Bienenfeld Architects had a nice website, but the prinicipals knew it was time for a change. While the old site was nicely designed, it did not have a unifying principle, something that pulled everything together. In short, they needed a brand. When we interviewed the principal, he told us that what they essentially did was very simple. “We take great design concepts and make them real,” he told us. Hence, we developed the concept, “We Make Architecture…”
Brain injuries are the most debilitating that anyone can suffer. We helped the Coalition for Brain Injury Research tell its story and motivate individuals to contribute to its most vital mission. Visit Site»
Choreographing a Beautiful Website
At one point in their lives, every little girl dreams of being a ballerina. At Connecticut Dance School they bring that dream to life. But, even more so, the school imbues each student with the lifelong skills of determination, perseverance and appreciation for the arts. We built a website for them worthy of their stellar reputation. Visit Site»
Westfair Cleaning Company, a small business specializing in residential and commercial cleaning, knew their site needed a refresh - a cleaning up, so to speak. So they came to us for a few ideas. We redesigned it, added much more color, made it responsive, search engine optimized it, and generally helped it stand out in a cluttered marketplace. Now, that’s cleaning up!
An interior designer is an artist, her canvas composed of walls, floors, ceilings and vestibules. For LinDanielsDesign.com, our mission was to provide a simple and elegant platform to let the work speak for itself without getting in the way. Visit Site»
A child’s early exposure to the performing arts can help them in a multitude of ways. It builds confidence, presence and empathy. Very few will go on to professional careers in the theater, but all will leave with life-lasting skills. That’s what we conveyed for the Performing Arts Conservatory of New Canaan. Visit Site»
Bryan Thomas was an exceptional football player for the New York Jets. But the work he does with kids is even more exceptional. We designed and programmed this site to help Bryan make the world a better place. Visit Site»
The internet is jam-packed with ads for real estate. There’s Realtor.com, Zillow, Trulia, Redfin and dozens more. In this cookie-cutter world of real estate listings, how do you make a single property stand out? Easy. Romance it. Enhance it. Brand it. Tell a story about it. And that’s exactly what we did for 202 Silver Creek Lane. We took tantalizing pictures and wove them into a story. The home rented within two weeks of the site going live. Visit Site»