SPVV’s website looks a lot less like a typical service company’s site – and a lot more like the landscape architecture firm itself: bold, dynamic, creative, friendly, and engaging.
ACS’s website employs custom illustrations and graphics, a straightforward, conversational tone, and an intuitive user experience to help explain what the company does – and why it matters.
CX30: Creative Experiences, Thirty Collaborators puts participants’ stories front and center, ensuring they live far beyond the temporal constraints of the site’s namesake exhibit.
GreeleyH2O.com was 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 survey of Spokane’s mid-century architecture, midcenturyspokane.org featured a new project for each week of the year.
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.
In addition to a responsive, clean, modern look designed to reflect the aesthetic of this Spokane- and Seattle-based architecture firm, helveticka developed a unique content management system to manage hundreds of project photographs, custom videography, and changing content needs.
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.
The website created for online retailer Helveticahaus honors the company’s namesake typeface with clean, intuitive, and responsive design.