Here at Jackson Sky, we are guilty of not always practicing what we preach…namely in regards to updating our blog and posting recent work. This is primarily because like many businesses, we put our clients’ needs first while often neglecting our own (a topic that could be its own post). That being said, we thought we would catch you up on what we’ve been up to these past few months…
- One of the services we’ve been busy providing is making sites responsive. Existing clients like Gamma Sigma Alpha recognized that their audience was checking their site on all sorts of devices — many of them handheld — so it made sense that their site was compatible with all of them.
- We’ve also been busy collaborating with other creative teams and working together, bringing their vision to life on the screen. One example is RHB who recently underwent an extensive rebranding. They presented us with the design and goals they had for their new site, and we executed it for them by developing a custom responsive WordPress theme.
- Longtime client VenueSeen (whose logo we designed) needed to not only have their site design refreshed, but also needed the ability to update the content without having to bother their in-house programmer. We stepped in and created a cleaner design and integrated the whole thing with WordPress, so now they can update everything (not just the blog) with ease.
- Also for VenueSeen, we designed another infographic — this one focusing on Instagram and the Olympics. (We had previously done one for them about Instagram and Ballparks.)
- We love when we get a chance to work with a new local business, and it was a pleasure to design the brand for MiniThreads, a new clothing store for kids. In addition to a logo, we also created an enewsletter template for them and a simple landing page. We look forward to working with them again when it’s time to launch the full online store.
- Last but not least…lots of websites, including WRESTORE: Watershed REstoration using Spatio-Temporal Optimization of REsources and a site dedicated to the legendary William E. Haast.