The FDWD hired us in 2010 after a rigorous qualification process which reviewed 39 firms. The FDWD had been operating without a website and was looking for a marketing and communications firm with deep internet experience. A new website was launched in 2011.
In the Spring of 2011, we began working with the GBRC on a new identity which included creating a new logo and website. The website was launched in December 2011. Upcoming projects include marketing of the Pequonnock River Trail which is currently under construction.
Starting in 2008, we've been working with GBT to meet several interrelated goals: grow ridership, build awareness and serve the community. Through ongoing marketing, including the production of a new website and the heavy use of social media, email and mobile technologies, GBT has seen a 20%+ increase in ridership and a 400% increase in public use of it's internet properties.
Holy Joe's Cafe is a non-profit that sends free coffee to U.S. troops around the world via a network of deployed military chaplains. We began providing pro bono work to Holy Joe's in 2006, which includes copywriting, social media implementation, graphic design and print.
We were contacted by HRAF in 2010 to help the organization rethink the way it's entire digital collection was accessed online. Over the course of several months, we produced hundreds of new interface designs with the goal of simplifying even the most daunting search queries. Our work included the concepting of a new basic search tool and an interactive online learning center.
SRMC jumped into high gear to produce a new logo and graphic elements, stage and booth banners, T-shirt designs, and photography and videography for the annual Puerto Rican Day Parade and Festival in only six weeks when contacted by this local radio station.