RPS worked with HubCast to brand customer sites, create infographics and presentations, and to update their corporate web site.
The Haynes Group (Haynes) is a full service commercial and residential construction company with multiple business units and a “green” orientation. They specialize in commercial construction and Tenant Improvements or “TI” (new office space build outs).
In early 2011 it was determined that Haynes was not satisfied with their current web site and recently completed a 2-day strategic planning engagement with Bill Bean of Green Planning & Coaching. This planning effort included a refinement of the Haynes vision, mission and value proposition and it was decided that someone with a clear understanding of this strategy should be include in the development of a new site. As a result, it was determined that Bill would work with Bob Lodi to provide a site redesign that would incorporate the compelling new business strategy for greater market differentiation and positioning.
The early Haynes website did not convincingly differentiate the company in the marketplace. To fit the site to the new marketing needs, the site was redesigned in 2011 to include the content, focus and value propositions developed in the new strategic plan. This allowed the site to become an important marketing tool as Haynes grows their business going forward.
In 2014, the site was updated and moved to WordPress, maintaining much of the original design, but allowing Haynes to make their own updates, and feature a more robust and searchable project portfolio.
Bob created several designs, and developed the original “new” site, and updated the site, the SEO, and the Project area, and moved it to to WordPress in 2014. Bob also took many of the project photos for Roland St, Liberty Hotel, Durand Chevrolet, and other Haynes projects.
Dan has worked on a large variety of business websites over the years, ranging in many different industries, including banking, publishing, e-commerce, big data, non-profit, social networking, music, trade shows and events, telecommunications, marketing and communications, consumer electronics, software and retail. This portfolio page shows some of Dan’s older “Web 1.0” designs.
Wall Street Source, Inc. is a financial technology company that provides news and research for professionals in the financial services, media, and corporate markets. The company delivers a broad range of news and financial information via a single, integrated, web-based platform.
Dan and his San Francisco-based boutique agency, Sp3d, designed and built Wall Street Source’s website and product interface, focused on streaming, realtime financial data in multiple HTML frames. Dan also designed many different promotional campaigns for use on the mar-com website as well as in print.
Technology Credit Union is a Bay Area-based credit union that serves the high tech workforce and its ecosystem in Silicon Valley, with more than $1.7 billion in assets.
Dan and his San Francisco-based boutique agency, Sp3d, designed and built TechCU’s website, focused on customer support and ease-of-use. Dan also designed many different promotional campaigns for use on the website as well as in print.
Kid Scoop enables children to express their basic desire to know about, and become active participants in their local community. Kid Scoop enlists the active use of the community newspaper in the classroom to accomplish its mission. The program features an in-paper section for and by children, as well as a unique team approach that involves newspapers, schools, and community supporters.
Dan and his San Francisco-based boutique agency, Sp3d, redesigned KidScoop’s website so that it more seamlessly dovetailed with the brand’s newspaper-based publications.