In 2010 the defunct, iconic IMAC theater in downtown Huntington, Long Island was purchased by new owners with lofty goals of redevelopment. Given the delicacy of reinvigorating a local landmark, the new theater had to create a unique local brand – not just roll out a corporate big box approach. The new ownership team had clear goals to position The Paramount as an internationally renowned venue. This meant everything from the technical capabilities to the visitor experience and the website had to be industry-leading – again not just an out-of-the-box solution. As they sought a web development team, they…
After spending several years traveling around the United States, England, and France mastering his craft of old-world timber framing, Tim Whitehouse was ready to settle down and start a bonafide company of his own. Up to this point, he was fairly well recognized as an individual craftsman, but he needed to create a brand and a website that could help him start making a name for himself as a business owner. He also needed a well-presented portfolio that would appeal to those particular, discerning clients with both the desire and means to fund a hand-crafted home, industrial building, or historical site restoration.
Presented as a joint effort between the Loveland and Thompson Valley Rotary Clubs, the Governor’s Art Show was conceived as an annual, high-profile art show to help generate business for top artist in Colorado. The show had run successfully for over 20 years and generated over $2 million in sales for Colorado artists. However, by 2012, the show organizers were crushed under a load of unruly paperwork from an antiquated system for gathering artist entries, determining which artist would be accepted, and tracking sales once the show opened.
Tom Cossitt had several years of experience working for an established law firm and decided to take the plunge into starting a practice of his own. In conjunction with his business launch, he was recognized by Colorado Law Week as one of Colorado’s Up-and-Coming Lawyers of 2014… and had an impending press release date. He needed a website that would make the right first impression, give his new business credibility, and make it easy for potential leads to contact him.