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Site Launch: Candida Support

September 26th, 2013 by Ted Bailey

IFIblog_candidaImagine what it would be like to wake up every morning bursting with energy, To have your mind crystal clear, your digestion vital and strong, Your whole being vibrant with health and excited to begin the new day!

The owners of this site were ready for a site facelift; to make the plunge into mobile responsiveness; to enhance the visitor’s experience at the site – so they asked the Imagination Factory to help re-imagine the site. The site is loaded w/ useful information, ecommerce and even a visitor survey.

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Site Launch: Kentwood Office Furniture

June 2nd, 2013 by Ted Bailey

Kentwood OfficeKentwood Office Furniture is the Midwest’s premier specialist in high quality remanufactured, used, and new office furniture. Since 1976, they have been passionate about providing the best selection of affordable, well designed, furniture solutions with an emphasis on outstanding customer service. No longer just in ‘Kentwood’ they have locations in Traverse City, Jackson, Lansing, Detroit, Indianapolis, and Chicago.

Their last site was built before the advent of mobile tablets and the proliferation of smartphones, so they asked the Imagination Factory to make it mobile ready, revamp the ecommerce section to make it easier for online customers to browse online, request quotes and convert those quotes to orders.

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Site Launch: West Michigan Glass Block

December 21st, 2012 by Ted Bailey

IFIblog_wmgb2West Michigan Glass Block (WMGB) is so much more than just a glass block supplier. Unfortunately, their old website didn’t really give that impresssion. In addition to glass blocks, by offering basement egress systems, replacement entry and storm doors and windows, blown-in insulation, repointing and foundation repair, siding and gutters and outdoor decks, WMGB is really your Home Improvement Station.

The Imagination Factory was selected to help WMGB re-focus their overall cyber story, enhance their ecommerce functions (while making it easier for them to manage), and provide them a vehicle to showcase their services and quality projects – all in a mobile compliant structure.

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Site Launch: Hyperion

November 2nd, 2012 by Ted Bailey

Hyperion EAFor Hyperion, Amazon has been a great ecommerce vehicle for their mobile device batteries and chargers, but they do have their fingers in the profit margin. So when they decide they wanted a store of their own, they came to us.

We were able to extract the data and images, put them into a CMS (content managed structure), made the site mobile-friendly, optimized it fore search engine, and integrated an ecommerce tool they could manage themselves.

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To Be Mobile or Not to Be Mobile…

May 29th, 2012 by Ted Bailey

Ah yes, that IS the question, or at least, one of several questions that you should be asking yourself as the internet finds its way into purses or shirt pockets everywhere. This is especially true if you are now considering a new or re-designed web site. But let’s allow the numbers about mobile devices tell their story and you decide.

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Sweet Suite Success

April 25th, 2012 by Keldrick Brown

Spring is in the air, and that means it is time for seasonal updates to our various MiLB clients. 

As such we have just launched the upcoming seasons updates to the secure suite catering online order systems for the Dayton Dragons, the Oklahoma City Redhawks, and the Tulsa Drillers. In years previous, we also created similar online order systems for West Michigan Whitecaps, Lansing Lugnuts, and Montgomery Biscuits.

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The Web’s Impact on Doing DAILY Business

May 23rd, 2008 by Ted Bailey

The Web’s Impact on Doing DAILY Business
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It Really IS a Small World…

No, we’re not selling Disney soundtracks now. But, an interesting thing happened to us recently that we wanted to share with you. It illustrates very well how the Web CAN and IS changing how we ALL do business.

On a Tuesday nite recently, we received an email that, at first glance appeared to be junk email. Upon closer inspection, we realized that the email’s author was requesting pricing on custom T-shirts… NOT attempting to sell us shirts. The emailer wanted “something with a print and some words on it”, but provided sparce additional detail. Unfortunately, her ‘reply to’ email address (the one that you originally put in your preferences of your email program) was inaccurate, so it took a little effort that nite to determine the correct one and reply. She was happy that we did as no one else she had contacted had replied. Read the rest of this entry »


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