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Just in time for the 2018 end of year Holidays, five of our clients received one of the greatest gifts – the launch of their new websites!

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Devita is an engineering firm out of Greenville, SC that needed a more modern design to show off their diverse experience in projects throughout the Southeast and incorporate their new branding. The new site features a portfolio that showcases excellent photography of their work.

BRAND NEW ORGANIZATION = BRAND NEW SITE

Greenville Housing Fund is an organization which was developed out of the City of Greenville’s study of affordable housing issues in an attempt to help alleviate the growing problem in this area. To help the brand new organization best, we needed to develop something that would educate about affordable housing while also delving into the details of the fund and how it works. The site was built as a foundation that will grow as the organization expands.

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SMF is a metal fabrication company that places a high value on client service, and they wanted their new website to better demonstrate this. They also wanted to emphasize each of their locations in South Carolina, Oklahoma, and Illinois.

BRAND NEW PRODUCTS = BRAND NEW SITE

The Puncture Resistance website was a brand new website designed to showcases two brand new products. Puncture Resistance is an offshoot of Electrolock and the new division needed to stand apart from their parent company. We did this by utilizing their branding for a completely new look. The website was designed for growth as the new division expands on their product offerings.

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Plus, Inc. began selling adding machines in 1958 and for the past 60 years has continued to grow and change with technology. Today they focus on printers and copiers, as well as IT and Workflow Solutions. They needed a refreshed website to better show, not just the products they sell, but also the service they provide their customers.

Ellison Manley

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