by Marwan Salfiti | Oct 31, 2013 | Project Launch
Project Launch: Menlo Hardwoods
We just launched another new site for our new client Menlo Hardwoods. They are a high end furniture maker based out of Menlo Park, CA. The specialize in creating completely gorgeous furniture created from claimed a rare Claro Walnut tree native only to California.
by Marwan Salfiti | Mar 8, 2013 | Project Launch
Project Launch: Nor Cal Surf Shop
Recently we were asked to revamp the site for the popular Nor Cal Surf Shop. The project was definitely fun and the guys over there are super cool to work with. Check out the new site built on WordPress. Hey, while you’re at it, consider picking up some gear!
by Marwan Salfiti | Nov 4, 2011 | Project Launch
We Love to See Our Clients Succeed
We really love to see our clients move towards success. And that is exactly why we know our good friend and client, GrumpyBert is continuing to kill it. We did his branding and site a little while back and while he started with a humble online presence, he continues to grow his fan base and just opened his first shop in Brooklyn. Go get ’em Grumpy!
by Marwan Salfiti | Sep 16, 2011 | Project Launch
We just launched another brand new site for our clients over at GMSI. We created a brand new site, brand and strategy for them. This was another site created with WordPress, so the client will have complete access and control to all of their own content and be able to update on the fly. Needless to say, another happy client!
by Marwan Salfiti | Jun 30, 2011 | Project Launch
Project Launch: SmokeEaters
Designed in line with their full scale brand. The audience was more of college/sports loving young adults. The design is a reflection of a well thought out and detailed brand guide. We also launched custom Facebook, Twitter and YouTube pages with the site.
by Marwan Salfiti | Apr 27, 2011 | Project Launch
Project Launch: GiiNii.com
We have been working with GiiNii International for some time now. In the beginning our job was to help them update and maintain an older website which was built with outdated HTML code and architecture. Their server was a bit of a challenge to maintain, update and work with.