We’ve worked on sites and applications for a wide range of clients over the years, and although each project has had its own personality and list of requirements, they've all boiled down to one thing—a seamless end-product that grabs attention. This is a simple concept at heart, but understanding different audiences, styles, and needs is something that only comes with experience. We have the know-how to help you create a modern, standards-driven, custom design that will fit your niche.
But the look of a design is only one piece of the puzzle—your website also has to work. Frustrated users will just move on to another site, and once they're gone, they're probably not coming back. Our design and technical teams work together from the start for that very reason. We'll make sure that your users' experiences are intuitive, engaging, and easy.
And, when it comes to development projects, our philosophy is simple: use the right tool for the right job. We’re not going to suggest a language, framework, or interface simply because we’d like to add something new to our portfolio or because it’s the latest technical fad. Don’t take that to mean that we just ignore all of the latest and greatest trends in development, though—sometimes the greatest techniques really are the latest! But, before we recommend any solutions to you, you can be sure that we've carefully researched and tested them ourselves first.
Yayasan Jembatan Masa Depan (JMD)
JMD was created in 2005 to help Indonesians affected by the 2004 tsunami, and field15 was asked to design a new website that would appeal more to Indonesian visitors. One of the most important hurdles that had to be overcome was a language barrier, so we worked with JMD, a PR company, and a translation company to have all the pages translated from English to Bahasa Indonesian. From there, we wrote a tool that detects which language the visitor is most likely to want to see the site in and then displays that version of the site. This website needed to be accessible to all users as quickly as possible, and this was a great way to accomplish that.
field15 provided: Website design, Donation setup, Custom development, Website maintenance
Winter Growth, Inc.
Winter Growth was started in 1979 to help provide adult day services to senior and disabled adults in the Washington, DC, area. Over the years, Winter Growth has expanded to three Centers, and field15 was asked to develop a WordPress-based site to help the organization reach a wider group of potential participants. One of the key goals of the project was to create an easy-to-use WordPress admin section that would allow staff members to make simple site updates themselves. We recognized, though, that a CMS can be confusing for a lot of users, so we simplified the steps they'd need to take to update the navigation bar, page images, text, and other basic WordPress tasks.
field15 provided: Website design, WordPress customization, Content development, Site organization
League of American Orchestras
Founded in 1942 and chartered by Congress in 1962, the League is the premier American organization dedicated to advancing the orchestral experience. Along with its national conference, fellowship programs, and award winning magazine, the League produces significant research related to its 850+ member orchestras. The Orchestra Statistical Report (OSR), an online survey of over 1600+ data points, lies at the heart of that research. field15 worked with the League to re-design and develop a modern and secure version of the survey that was intuitive for the orchestras to complete and easy for the League to update and maintain.
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