How Iowa Valley Community College Built Its Brand

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The Iowa Valley Community College District’s leading site needed a major upgrade. Inconsistent branding, difficult navigation, and an overall outdated look clashed with the college’s primary message to students and prospective benefactors. What’s more, their site relied on downloading old, out-of-date PDF files to provide users with information. They needed to rebrand and upgrade their…

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Website Development and Content Migration

Goals Naropa University offers academic, personal, and spiritual journeys that challenge them, transform their lives, and help them make a difference in our world. The university offers opportunities to engage with the world through rigorous academic study, meaningful internship experiences, and community engagement projects. They had multiple websites reflecting different modules. Naropa University approached eWay…

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Creating a Modern and
Goal-Centric Website

Goals For over 85 years, ERSRI has been helping public employees prepare for retirement. Starting from hiring, their services continue throughout the member’s career and retirement. One of ERSRI’s primary goals is to provide timely and accurate information to their member—using tools and technologies that make retirement information easily accessible to all. ERSRI had a…

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B2B Website for a Manufacturing Company

Goals A.Y. McDonald Mfg. Co. is a leading manufacturer of water works, plumbing, pumps, and natural gas products. The company has distinguished itself with exceptional customer service and a proud tradition of quality and reliability since the year 1856. Their corporate headquarters, brass foundry, and main manufacturing plants are located in Dubuque, IA. They also have…

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Enhanced the Online Presence of a Government Agency

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Goals Located just southwest of the City of Houston, Fort Bend County has a long history which began when a small log fort was built on the banks of the Brazos River to help protect the settlers moving onto Stephen F. Austin’s original Mexican land grants. In fact, the county draws its name from that…

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