GreeleyH2O.com is part of a multi-year, three-phase public relations campaign designed to help the city promote the expansion of Milton Seaman Reservoir.
As part of a state-funded year-long survey of Spokane’s mid-century architecture, midcenturyspokane.org featured a new project for each week of 2017.
Projects were highlighted on the Spokane Historic Landmarks Facebook page, which saw a 37 percent increase in page likes over the year.
Those posts reached nearly 750 different people a day throughout the year, easily meeting one of the client’s key objectives: education.
Metals Fabrication’s feature-rich and responsive website includes video, photography, custom illustrations, and a massive searchable project database.
A clean, simple, modern look was chosen to reflect the design aesthetic of this Spokane- and Seattle-based architecture firm.
For Integrus’ dedicated mobile website, helveticka managed to include all the projects featured in the desktop site – while making the user interface more mobile-friendly.
helveticka worked alongside stakeholders from all six of Urbanova’s founding partners to develop a website that helps express who they are and what they do.
Hecla’s new responsive website serves to keep investors and the public informed not only about the mining company’s production and properties, but also movement in the precious metals market.
The website created for online retailer Helveticahaus honors the company’s namesake typeface with clean, intuitive, and responsive design.
This refresh of the JHS allergy division’s website covers a lot of ground, providing product information for physicians and allergy education for patients.
As soothing and relaxing as the services they provide, Spa Paradiso’s responsive website automatically scales to fit varying screen sizes of tablets and mobile phones.
In addition to larger photos and the use of navigational type, the redesign of Hydrafab’s desktop website incorporates a bolder, more industrial look.
The company’s dedicated mobile site was designed to quickly load basic information – like services and contacts – while staying true to the desktop design.