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Casoro Jewelry Safes website

It’s Safe to Say: Casoro’s New Site is Stunning

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Casoro Jewelry Safes has been a leader in luxury safes for years – and we’re pleased to announce that their new website reflects that more than ever!

Our goal was to establish that Casoro’s high-end jewelry safes are the ideal addition to an opulent lifestyle, and our first priority with this project was showcasing their superior product. We accomplished this by adding a photo gallery exhibiting their wide variety of custom safe options, complete with specifications and dimensions.

Casoro Jewelry Safe - Gemstone Collection

Each product page includes a Design-A-Safe form that allows visitors to craft their perfect product, from the exterior color to the number of drawers, and to establish contact with Casoro by requesting a quote.

We maintained a visual focus with elegant slider images on every page, and included a section dedicated to their White Glove Service, which a recent study affirmed was a leading reason customers chose Casoro.

Casoro Jewelry Safes - White Glove Service

Need a redesign? Give us a shout. Your site is safe with us!

Griffin Black Website

Client Shout-Out: Griffin Black Website

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Counterintuity is pleased to present Griffin Black’s awesome new website!

We’ve launched a lot of websites over the years, but every project is unique. What made this one special?

“The client was extremely cooperative, responsive, and provided great input for our team to work from,” says Andrew, the project manager. Because our ultimate goal is to create a product that both represents and impresses our client, their feedback is invaluable throughout every stage of development.

Andrew cites the dynamic homepage slider as a project highlight, noting that each of the images “targets a demographic with a corresponding service.” He’s also a fan of the Meet the Team page.

Here’s a breakdown of what we did for Griffin Black:

  • Held a strategy session. An important step in any project, this gives us a chance to understand our client’s expectations, establish a baseline for marketing and explore key differentiators.
  • Identified target demographic and determined positioning. Who you’re marketing to is just as important as how you’re marketing.
  • Optimized the site for search. Go ahead, Google it – we bet it’ll be your first result!
  • Trained the client on updating and maintaining their new site. That way they’ll know how to keep it looking (and working) its best, with or without us.

And what can we do for you? Don’t hesitate to let us know!

Orange County Industrial Plastics website

Shout-out to OCIP

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Another day, another awesome website launch! The latest lucky owner of a new C! site is our client, plastic distribution and fabrication industry leader OCIP.

We had access to some great material for this one.

Some of the highlights?

  • Awesome video-based homepage.
  • Drone video footage.
  • Use of a GIF for mobile header.
  • Custom drop-downs for the Materials pages.

Check it out! And let us know if you want one too – we just might be able to hook that up for you.

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La Mirada Theatre website

Launching La Mirada

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Calling all theatre (or web design) buffs: our client La Mirada Theatre officially has a shiny new website!

Our digital marketing manager, Brian Tucker, played a key role in this website launch; conducting WordPress training with our designer, acting as the project manager, and leading his first intake meeting with La Mirada’s theatre staff.

Launching La Mirada“Building a theatre website is very challenging because of the code complexities involved and features that need to be present in the website for functionality,” Brian says. He credits our designer, Jin Lee, with seamlessly surmounting those difficulties to create a beautiful finished product. “As a project manager, working with our designer, Jin was a blessing.”

Brian embraced the challenge of communicating intricate issues to the client and enjoyed seeing La Mirada’s Theatre Operations Specialist, Jane Lynch, upload new content to the website.

What do you think of the site? We’d love to hear from you!

Client Shout-Out: SNPitty

Client Shout-Out: SNPitty

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Today’s consumers want to make healthy lifestyle changes, but they expect the experience to be as efficient and personalized as possible. That’s why a personal wellness platform inspired by nutrigenetics – the science that identifies how genetic variation affects our individual response to nutrients – is precisely what people need. And it just so happens that this is precisely the service our client, SNPitty (pronounced snip-itty), will provide.

How will it work?

Client Shout-Out: SNPitty

Essentially, SNPitty will analyze your genetic profile to present you with the most accurate, personalized plan for achieving your fitness goals. This approach is at the forefront of digital health technology, so it only makes sense that their new website be equally cutting edge. If we’ve taught you anything, a crucial step to success is a stunning web presence – and thanks to our terrific design team, they can certainly check that off the list!

Right now, they’re in the app development/fundraising phase. If this sounds like a project you’d like to be part of, you can contact SNPitty for more information here.

Client Feature: Pasadena Symphony “Beethoven Emperor” wins Award of Distinction for Integrated Campaign

Client Feature: Pasadena Symphony “Beethoven Emperor” wins Award of Distinction for Integrated Campaign

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We’ve been the marketing and design firm for Pasadena Symphony and Pops (POPS) for six years.

Throughout that time, our number one goal has been to communicate the symphony experience to the audience – through print and digital – and we believe the achievement of that goal is evident in our Award of Distinction for an Integrated Campaign – Business to Consumer.

Beethoven’s “Emperor” concerto is powerful, and we wanted our project to entice audiences with the same emotions evoked by the POPS orchestra. Our designer, Jin, juxtaposed stronger fonts with warm colors and photo filters to conjure the luxurious, compelling concert experience.

It worked: all the shows were sold out, and we won this great award to boot.

Bravo!

Client Feature: PBS SoCal Award of Distinction for annual report

Client Feature: PBS SoCal Award of Distinction for annual report

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Client Feature: PBS SoCal Award of Distinction for annual report

Another annual report, another Communicator Award!

This time, Counterintuity won an Award of Distinction – Association for PBS SoCal, the KOCE-TV Foundation’s primary PBS member television station serving Los Angeles.

While creating this annual report, we strove for a reinvigorated but recognizable representation of PBS’s established branding. We accomplished this by choosing clean, distinct colors – just bold enough, but not too loud. The client was delighted, and we’re thrilled to congratulate them on an exceptional piece of work.

See it for yourself here!

Client Feature: VEDC wins award of distinction for annual report brochure

Client Feature: VEDC wins award of distinction for annual report brochure

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Client Feature: VEDC wins award of distinction for annual report brochure

Annual reports are sometimes dismissed as something you only look at if you have to. Does it have to be this way? Not when Counterintuity’s on your team! For us (and VEDC), an annual report means another Communicator Award – specifically, an Award of Distinction for an Annual Report in the Non-Profit category.

Our goal with this project was to graphically convey the client’s mission: to provide funding solutions for small business owners. We focused on the people VEDC helps by spotlighting them and their businesses in the report, adding a human element to which readers could relate.

In terms of design, VEDC didn’t want to come across as a traditional financial institution. They market to all types of businesses and hoped to express that versatility with a more urban, hipster vibe. Through our use of vibrant colors, we achieved the modern look they envisioned.

“Working with Counterintuity on this project was a pleasure,” stated Lisa Winkle, VEDC Director of Marketing & Communications. “Their attention to detail, creative design and original concept made the annual report experience seem effortless. I look forward to working with them on many more.”