January 29th, 2016 by Ima Admin
Trinitas Classical School joins with parents to provide the very best in Christian classical education with an approach to education that is distinctive because it is multi-directional. It looks to the past and the present to prepare students for the future.
Trinitas needed an update web presence that would reflect their rich classical environment and yet take advantage of newer web and user technologies for the future. So they took a lesson from history. They looked back to the early days of the web and discovered the Imagination Factory had been there all along developing websites for clients of all sizes and types.
Trinitas put team IFI to work developing a mobile-responsive, content managed structure (CMS) with private student-specific content including newsletters, homework assignments, and event calendar.
Learn more at TRINITAS CLASSICAL SCHOOL
August 16th, 2015 by Ted Bailey
Long-time client (since 1996) in Connecticut, CTMAX, branched out their services a few years ago to include non-invasive facial aesthetic enhancement/refinement.
Recently, they purchased a new and very advanced, pico-second laser as well as state-of-the-art skin cooling system for their practice. This pico laser/cryo cooler combination is very good at reducing fine lines, treating acne scars and removing blemishes and age spots. Its also extremely good at removing tattoos, even those with difficult colours, more quickly and less painfully than other methods generally in use.
For them it meant the need to announce the capability as there are only three of these lasers in Connecticut and embrace a market not typical from them. For us, this meant another logo and another sister website as a method to further brand and distinguish their services in the area.
Learn more about this technology and how they use it to erase the past at CTMAX erase
June 9th, 2015 by Ted Bailey
What could a simple cab ride have to do with having a better website?
Actually a lot! I’m going to share five lessons you can learn in just the ride from any airport to a downtown hotel in any larger metropolitan area.
Now bear in mind that this illustrates only the initial customer interaction with your website. There is even more to consider when thinking about the customer’s different needs during the entire journey with you during their lifecycle which I hope to address in a later post soon.
OK… You’ve landed at the airport, gathered all of your luggage, and headed curbside to grab a cab.
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March 5th, 2014 by Ted Bailey
Zylstra Medical Supply was interested is updating its brand and increasing awareness in the marketplace. To help achieve his goals, Brian came to the Imagination Factory.
Family-owned and operated, Zylstra Medical Supply, Inc. is a full-service durable medical equipment company that still makes housecalls!
Before we ever put pencil to paper, we began by discussing his company and its unique niche in the marketplace. We then reviewed competitors and asked some more questions. With a better understanding of his services AND of his customers, we developed a new logo and this new tri-fold flyer in order to tell his unique story.
February 22nd, 2008 by Ted Bailey
Determining True Web Development Costs
When is a Bargain not a Bargain?
It has been estimated that over 116 million people now surf the internet. With that large a target audience, more and more businesses are finding it increasingly important to have a web presence. Indications are that while 60% of small to medium in the U.S. are ‘connected’ to the internet (compared to only 15% back in 1995 when we first began designing websites), only 20-25% have a web site or presence. These businesses do one of three things:
- Attempt to do it themselves (either through internal staff or a niece/nephew),
- Use local school/college or internet service provider resources, or
- Turn to design firms such as the Imagination Factory to develop their web site.
Regardless of which they go, the most prevalent questions that get asked are:
- How much will it cost?
- How long will it take?
The answer, unfortunately, is that it depends on many variables. Seemingly there appears to be no rosetta stone for pricing. As such, prospective clients attempting to make apple to apple comparisons amongst designers begin by asking hourly rates. Read the rest of this entry »