PORTFOLIO—WEBSITES

FPL Partners web site

A mix of new content and revisions to existing content, the site was completely recast to update the look, strengthen messaging and improve SEO. Working with a design firm, Resonance Creative developed a “mountain climbing” theme to convey achievement and expert guidance. The client reported far improved SEO within a year of the new site launch.

Endpoint Clinical web site

This rapidly growing developer of IRT systems for clinical trials needed to develop a mobile-optimized site that succinctly conveyed the company’s global reach, promoted its flexible technology platform, and highlighted its expertise in developing customized and comprehensive clinical study management systems. (agency client)

Charles Schwab Impact Conference

Resonance Creative has written website content, including keynotes, activities, education session descriptions and speaker biographies, for the company’s annual flagship conference for independent financial advisors.

Related work: Email campaigns, digital signage, conference guides and promotional item taglines. (agency client)

Arcsona website

Resonance Creative revamped Arcsona’s website content to clearly convey the company’s core strengths in cloud-based application testing and big data integrations, while also emphasizing the unique advantages of working with its experienced practitioners and proprietary technology. (agency client)

SymbioOffice website

This start-up vendor of “green” toner cartridges sought a website with a friendly, pro-environmental vibe. Resonance Creative collaborated with a web designer to develop a site map and website that emphasized the environmental, health and cost benefits of using green printing products.

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