Over the years we have developed everything from banner ads and simple static sites with only a few pages, to full database-driven solutions with web-based management tools and social media marketing campaigns. Here are a few samples of our work.
GRA designed the interface for the new, responsive TrailWest Bank website. → View Website
GRAI redesigned Sterling Landscape’s website to be responsive with a focus on mobile. Because their site includes several photo galleries and their Houzz page is a primary touchpoint, we implemented a strategy to integrate the two. This consolidates maintenance and results in faster load speed for mobile devices. → View Website
The Idaho Wheat Commission tasked GRAI with creating a custom-designed, responsive template for their e-newletter. At our recommendation, they changed the name of the monthly publication and also implemented changes to their workflow, which made the entire process more streamlined.
Responsive web page to promote Ken Robison’s book Defending Idaho’s Natural Heritage. GRA set up the shopping capability so that visitors can purchase the book online. → View Website
Toni Rome designed this fun and easy-to-navigate site for Idaho Public Television’s Science Trek integrated Web and broadcast project. View Website
Idaho Commission for Libraries: Targeted social media campaign promoting the Learning Express Library (LEL) resources at lili.org. Media strategy included Facebook ads, Google Adwords and Google Remarketing ads. Ad click-through took users to a unique landing page for each of the seven concepts in the campaign.
Idaho Commission for Libraries: Campaign targeting teachers in need of Praxis Test preparation.
Idaho Commission for Libraries: Campaign and online quest for pre-teen kids to promote the resources available to them at lili.org. Through the use of Facebook and banner ads, we pushed traffic to the quest where kids followed clues to various resources in order to answer a series of questions. We also designed and produced table tents that were placed in Idaho libraries targeting the tween audience.