A strong desire to continue providing information and coaching to clients after workshops were completed, drove Visualize’s post-training campaign. While diligent in crafting blog posts and newsletters, Visualize saw more opportunity to provide extra value through the creation of an exclusive alumni community.
Jeff Oster was in the midst of releasing his latest album “NEXT,” and wanted to revamp his website to meet the proper aesthetic. During the facelift, we also upgraded the technological aspects of his site, bringing him up to current web standards and responsive design.
After several years with the same website, Pat McGee wanted a refresh in time for his latest record. We upgraded the technological aspects of his site, bringing him up to current web standards and responsive design and gave the site the clean feel Pat was after.
After much success with his recording career, Jeff Oster started to focus on live, full band performances. He needed a site that would accurately display the energy he and his band bring to playing live.
Elevating Systems & Services needed an updated website to reflect their newer and wider range of accessibility products.
We partnered with a local development firm to launch the site, sending the developers a photoshop file that was used with a custome content management system.
AudioTheme is a small, independent team of designers, developers and musicians focused on creating and supporting professional, world-class WordPress themes for bands and musicians. Looking to grow their site’s blog and email newsletter, they enlisted Creative80’s help.
A successful company for many years, iNet Specialists wanted to update their image. We refreshed the old look, maintaining recognition among current customers, and portraying iNet’s ability to manage and support growing companies and advancing technology.
Based on a survey conducted by Microsoft, this Austin IT firm had a lot to brag about. To spread the word about their great results and customer satisfaction rate, we created a pocket folder complete with infographic and insert sheet. This collateral was leave behind material for sales calls, creating credibility and awareness among companies looking to solve tech issues.
When the opportunity arrived to bid on one of the largest jobs they had ever seen, Signature Fitness needed collateral to leave behind after their pitch. Their new brochure shows of their equipment in a pleasant and professional way, giving them an edge over the competition.
A product in its prototype phase, the DoubleStax needed branding, packaging, and point of purchase design. The identity of the product shows its environmentally friendly side, while the illustrations and instructions show its efficiency and capability — it expands to hold the contents of 12 plastic bags!