Web sites and web based applications are indespensible tools for any business of every size. Whether you are looking for a new audience, staying connected to your current customers, or looking for web technology that can improve your businesses internal process or enrich your personal passions, the web is one of the most efficient and expedient ways of organizing all aspects of what you do... for fun and for a living.
Harvest Design Group is an exceptional multidisciplinary design firm specializing in landscape design, landscape architecture, design-build services, hardscape design, interior design, urban planning, period restoration, and outdoor living. Harvest Design Group wanted a website that would showcase the beautiful landscapes which they design coupled with a reinforcement of their unique brand. We delivered a flexible Wordpress theme that was simple to use, but gave them custom options to grow the website parallel with their business.
Carbon Footprint was invented out of the imagination of Jamie Cowgill and Todd Wills. Both were equally searching for outdoor furniture that was designed to accommodate the aesthetic of a modern home. After searching without finding results, they created Carbon Footprint, making furniture products from raw materials that are designed to last with a true modern sensibility. The e-commerce solution needed to align with carbon footprints brand and philosophy, so an ultra modern website was designed that uses huge imagery and video combined with a contemporary user experience.
Dieterich Architectural Group Inc. approached us about taking their refined design philosophy and applying it to the web to aid in marketing efforts and showcase their work to existing and potential clients. We worked closely with them to make a digital transition that is both consistent and appropriate for their existing brand standards. An important design criteria was to develop a visually clean look and feel and to clarify specific projects that had very little visual assists, but still needed a strong presence in their digital portfolio.
JRC Design worked with the Black Canyon City Foundation to develop a master plan for the development of a visitor center and riparian restoration trail. JRC Design's challenge was to build a brand and elements to provide various methods for fund raising for the final build out. Black Canyon Heritage Park's website was designed to be a place to manage and announce events and keep their audience up to date on fund raising efforts and construction of the trail. With an emphasis on the nature of Black Canyon City's riparian area, the website was designed to get people excited about the preservation of this unique Arizona landscape.
Working with a non-profit animal rescue, shelter, and adoption organization on a website involved solving how user's would interact with the site. Hoosier Hooves and Hounds wanted their site to be engaging and emotional. Located in the state of Indiana, they also wanted to retain the feeling of being in a rural setting. We designed a site that was easy to navigate for users and engaging to keep them searching deeper. The website features the use of modern web technologies while also gracefully degrading for accessibility and standards. The web site features HTML 5 and Jquery for user interaction and animation and we used Wordpress for the CMS platform due to it's open-source nature, support, and scalability. We also integrated a custom calendar to manage events and announcements for the shelter. Lastly, we integrated social networks and paypal to help collect donations.
Local blues band Terraplane Station was seeking a way to promote their upcoming concerts across social networks with as little complexity and effort as possible so they could focus on what really matters to them... performing tunes. JRC Design built them an integrated solution that allows the band members to each contribute to event details and updates that seamlessly merge together automatically. Also, when new information is posted on their website or any of their social networks it is also automatically posted across all of their other web assets, making sure that no matter what, each announcement or concert date will always reach the most amount of it's intended audience as possible. Aside from announcements and tour dates, the band also wanted a way to sell, download, and demo their tunes to fans and the media. We built them a solution that can scale to be fully e-commerce capable as their fans and music grows into the future.
In January of 2013 two year old Jackson Dupps was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer, requiring major surgery and intense sessions of chemotherapy and scans which are on-going to this day. His family wanted to make an online hub where family members, friends, and supporters of cancer research could get involved, learn more about Jackson's recovery efforts, and participate in cancer awareness and fundraising events. The visual design was based off of Jackson's super hero alter ego, which he earned while getting to know the staff and other patients at the Phoenix Children's Hospital. The Action Jackson Justice League is all about getting people involved in the fight against Childhood Cancer.