By John Jenks 1 April 2013, 10:37AM
has had an exciting first quarter of 2013. We’ve launched three websites and began development of our biggest projects to date. We have created a new Sales & Referral Program and brought on a new designer and online marketing specialist to assist with our increased work load. Read more about our recent work below. We would love to know what you think and the opportunity to assist with any of your web design or online marketing needs!
Our friends at Sunset Artist Management in Los Angeles approached us over the holidays. They bought a building to convert into a night club to support their artists. They needed a simple website, accessible from mobile devices, to list their events, photos of the club, and publicize the grand opening through local radio and print advertising. We built a responsive website connected to their social media accounts, listing policies and describing the venue.
Announcing the responsive website redesign of Sunset Artist Management for 2013. Our goal was to accommodate their growing clientele & services offered, as well as integrate new artists & partnerships created over the last year. Keep an eye out for more upcoming artists & media from Sunset Artist Management as well as their new partnered venue, Fuego Nightclub.
Marie approached us late in 2012, truly excited about the release of her biography, with the book cover and a synopsis. She knew she wanted the website to be viewable from mobile devices, needed to link to where she would sell the book on Amazon, and the rest was left to us. We built a responsive website, complete with an events calendar, a featured section on the home page for contributors to her book, and a page dedicated to telling Marie’s story. This is the second website we’ve built for Marie. The first was Kidd Diamond and the Devil.
One of our friends and clients, Jonathan Pickle, detailed my car recently. I must say he did a great job on my decade old Acura TL that hadn’t been cleaned in some time. He was able to get some major scratches out of my paint and who knows how many cups of coffee out of my carpets. One of the things I was most impressed with was the job he did restoring my headlights. Check out the post to see how great Jonathan is with cars. Also noteworthy, his website is now ranked first on Google!
The weekend before the Super Bowl, I had the pleasure of taking a trip to the Big Easy. One of our clients, the Jack Robinson Archive, had an exhibit on display at the New Orleans Sheraton of Jack Robinson’s photography taken in the city of New Orleans. With the rush of patrons coming in for the Super Bowl, everything had to be in order. Since I was fortunate enough to tag along, lend a hand, and see the sights of the upcoming Super Bowl and Mardi Gras parades, I thought I’d share some pictures of the scene.
I had the pleasure of viewing a screening of Momo: The Sam Giancana Story, a documentary produced by one of our clients, MVP3 Entertainment Group. Through a series of interviews, the documentary portrays the life of a man who rose from the streets of Chicago to become one of the most powerful members of the Outfit, Chicago’s version of the Mafia. Stories of conspiracies with the CIA, rigged presidential elections, and affairs with the most noted female pop star of the time keep the viewer entertained throughout its 90 minute run time. If you get a chance to catch the documentary, it’s worth the hour and a half.