Here you’ll find brief descriptions of the website projects I’ve completed in conjunction with Cre8d Design. For clients working with me via the Annual Marketing Consulting Program, all work is conducted under NDA, hence my success stories for this program can’t be published.

Urethane Innovators

Urethane Innovators

The UI team wanted to revise their website, which was clunky, poorly designed, and impeded the sales process. It also didn’t tell the story of how UI solves really tough application challenges. The new website, featuring all new photography by Al Ferreira, meets all of UI’s objectives — including getting more inquiries.

Appli-Tec

appli-tec-home

CEO Tim Walsh wanted a website that communicated his company’s story, made it easy for customers to download SDS, and was very easy for him and his team to maintain. The result is a completely new WordPress website, with a backend SDS database, that also generates inquiries.

NE Electropolishing

new-england-electropolishing

The Almeida family wanted to deftly weave its family business and quality story into their marketing efforts. Part of the strategy included a completely redesigned website that would help increase inquiries.

Kays Engineering

Kays Engineering Website Overhaul

Matt Kays, VP of Business Development, wanted to completely update and redesign the company’s 15-year old GoDaddy website. The result is a fresh, modern website fully optimized for search and mobile friendly.

K2 Castings

k2-castings

CEO Tom Stanek wanted a complete website overhaul in order to sell more product and promote his company’s consulting services. The result is a clean industrial website that meets their goals and objectives.

Lanmark Controls

lanmark-controls

VP of Marketing Chris Oskirko wanted a website that communicated how the company’s laser marking boards fit into the new “connected” factories as part of the growing Industrial Internet of Things. She also wanted a website she and her team could easily update themselves. The result? A custom, mobile-friendly WordPress site.

European Home

Holly Markham, CEO, wanted to provide site visitors with a significantly enhanced user experience. The result is a completely redesigned website built with her users in mind. The strategic redesign completely changed how the company provides customer service — to its dealers and to consumers looking for a fireplace. The WordPress backend makes it very easy for the marketing team to make content updates.


People often ask if I work with non-industrial companies. The answer is “yes!” The following are projects Cre8d Design and I worked on together.

Forgotten Arts

forgotten-arts

Co-founder James Conquer needed help with creating the structure and copy for his new business website Forgotten Arts, a unique destination experience in New Zealand.

KoMarketing

komarketing-associates

A B2B digital marketing agency based in Boston, Derek Edmond, Managing Partner, wanted help with revising his agency’s website in terms of navigation and how content was presented, as well as communicating how KoMarketing works, their successes, and their capabilities.

Sharon Teitelbaum, MCC

Sharon Teitelbaum, Master Certified Coach, needed help weeding through years of outdated content, and then with managing the migration to a custom developed WordPress website.

HomeCare of the Rockies

homecare-rockies

President Sandi McCann, a long-time client, wanted help with managing the migration of her website from a clunky pre-built WordPress theme to a custom-developed one.

Simone Joyaux, ACFRE

Simone needed help with chucking decades of old content and then creating a whole new website from scratch. When she saw the first mock-ups, she called me and Rachel Cunliffe (in New Zealand) literally crying tears of joy. We still get emails from her telling us how much she loves her website.

Trippo Water Slide, AU

trippo-australia

Owner Neil Fox wanted help with creating content for his new business venture — an inflatable waterslide based in Australia. This was a fun one as I got to write in an  “Aussie” voice for the copy I created. 🙂