COX Automotive, formerly AutoTrader Group, needed an experienced team to help develop MakeMyDeal, an online automotive negotiation product. Through prototyping, research and custom development we helped MakeMyDeal build the way you’ll buy your next car.
In just 6 weeks, we built a complex responsive website for Cummins Engines, one of the largest engine makers in the world. Backed by iterative digital marketing, we helped acquire new customers and improve user satisfaction.
YouCaring sought to create a crowdfunding platform that gave 100% of donations to people in need – truly free online fundraising. Iterative development and powerful social media sharing helped YouCaring grow to impact millions of people every day.
We partnered with startup Social News Desk to build the first social media management tool specifically designed for newsrooms. This SaaS platform with user-driven features and a rich user experience helped SND grow from startup to market leader.
MyLumper wanted to build a custom payment platform to bridge a multi-billion dollar gap in the shipping and cargo industry. In just 90 days, 352 built MyLumper a new brand and a feature-rich mobile application to acquire early customers and gain critical investment to grow the startup.
The Chick-fil-a Peach Bowl offers a college football tradition like no other. It wanted a family of websites that fully captured the Peach Bowl fan experience and brand, from an unparalleled game atmosphere to its unmatched charity.
The Rollins Center for Language & Literacy made a promise to significantly increase childhood literacy rates throughout Georgia. We designed a brand and built a dynamic education portal to empower educators with the tools to change a generation.
Morris Group International needed a new family of complex websites, and they needed them quickly. We built a powerful, adaptable codebase that let us design and launch more than a dozen feature-rich websites in less than a year.
Microsoft and West Coast Customs wanted to rethink the muscle car, so we added some brains to go with the brawn under the hood. We designed an interactive dashboard, an intelligent heads-up display and a web app that made this muscle car purr.
Tampa Bay Times needed a new website that matched its Pulitzer-winning content. Through user testing, responsive web design and agile web development, we transformed the Times into a digital-first newspaper to meet the needs of its readers.