Cross Bar X Youth Ranch, located in Durango, CO, is a Christian-based ministry that focuses on providing summer camps for children from socially and economically disadvantaged homes. They commissioned Artifact to create a new logo and updated brand that had greater iconography. Given their long history with their previous logo and brand, it was important … Continue reading Cross Bar X Youth Ranch
Target wanted a simple web app developed that was accessible from any device for their employees to use to better understand their benefits. The scope of the app was to educate users and then enable them to check their understanding with short quizzes. Instead of implementing user sessions, which was a potentially high-resistance risk feature … Continue reading Target Benefits Educational App
Kirby Bates Associates is an award winning recruiting firm that has specialized in finding and placing top level healthcare leaders for over 30 years. They commissioned a website redesign to modernize their exposure, improve its navigation, update their brand, generate leads, and more easily enable them to manage their applicants. One of the primary complaints … Continue reading Kirby Bates Associates Website
This client offers a different kind of coding bootcamp targeting a lower income demographic in cities where bootcamps are not typically hosted. By implementing innovative cost-cutting measures, nucamp is able to offer high quality and comprehensive coding bootcamps at fractions of the cost of other bootcamps. The client commissioned Artifact to redesign their web experience … Continue reading Website & Copywriting for Coding Bootcamps
801 Airsoft Arena is an indoor arena that facilitates close-quarters combat game sessions. In addition they periodically host larger outdoor events in the Salt Lake City area (801 is the area code). Artifact was commissioned to design and build an eCommerce bookings website that allowed individuals or small groups to book time slots in their … Continue reading 801 Airsoft Arena Website
Photoshop Warrior: A web designer that primarily uses Photoshop to design websites and/or web apps. Despite the fact that we use open source design software, which I discussed in our previous post, Photoshop is still a powerful and useful piece of software. This post is not a knock against Photoshop, but how it’s used for … Continue reading 6 Reasons Not To Hire A Photoshop Warrior
Cascadecon is a newly formed board game playing convention that will be hosted in Bellingham, WA in Jaunary of 2018. We created their logo, brand, facebook banners, a responsive website, and we deployed a robust registration system that allows users to register for the event as well as an optional tournament.
Agile Health offers a product that allows users to manage their behavioral health through text messaging. They already had a great logo and solid brand, but their web presence was very outdated and it did not effectively communicate the value of their products. We started with their branding guidelines and created an interactive web experience … Continue reading Agile Health Website
AxisPoint Health commissioned a sales collateral infographic that would showcase the value of their products. We created an 8.5 x 22 inch tri-fold brochure with extensive graphics and direct messaging. We also created a digital HTML version that could be packaged on a thumb drive and locally deployed to demonstrate on-screen. The digital version included … Continue reading AxisPoint Health Infographic
Lean commissioned us to revamp their entire brand and web experience. In addition to a new logo, brand, and graphics, we also setup their site on our secure host, implemented daily backups, and installed protections to prevent internet attacks. We also deployed a lead generator that allows users to fill out a form in order … Continue reading LEAN Search Engine Marketing
AxisPoint Health commissioned an entirely new user experience for patients that are managed by their team. They requested a web and mobile app experience for users with chronic conditions to better manage their health with their support circle and their care manager. These screen shots are from the native app designs.
AxisPoint Health commissioned an entirely new user experience for patients that are managed by their team. They requested a web and mobile app experience for users with chronic conditions to better manage their health with their support circle and their care manager. These screen shots are from the desktop app which includes mobile responsive implementation.
Microsoft commissioned a new learning program that was going to attract thousands of users and then the results were to be showcased at an event. We created a very mobile-centric learning path as well as a standings page that would be displayed on TV screens at the event.
AxisPoint Health requested a design refresh for their care managers to more easily manage patient calls and interactions. Their current system was extremely dated and they wanted a more robust experience.
The Microsoft Digital Seller Learning Path includes a standard configuration of categories and missions, as well as a custom landing page with extra meta data based on users’ consumption.
Learning paths are the primary driver of training for Microsoft employees. Various dashboards have been created for individual users and their managers to keep track of which programs have been completed as well as which badges have been earned.
Warner Pacific requested that a series of insurance documents be cleaned up and branded in such a way that they could offer their broker clients branded colors of every one of their 25-30 documents. We then designed the portal for brokers to use which allowed them to select specific documents, upload their own logo, select … Continue reading Warner Pacific
Desktop-First Cloud App, Consol, Wants to Declutter Users’ Mishmash of Productivity Apps FORT COLLINS, CO — February 16, 2016 — Consol is for users who spend their work days on a computer and find themselves having to switch between multiple apps. By combining key productivity elements into a single experience, Consol aims to remove the … Continue reading Consol
The Infopedia Media group within Microsoft started developing a new product in 2014 called Learning Paths. Learning paths are groups of content, whether videos, courses, documents, decks, etc., that are grouped together, assigned points, and a chronology to enable a user to learn about a specific topic. They have grown to be very successful programs. … Continue reading Microsoft Modern Marketing University
The Infopedia Media group within Microsoft started developing a new product in 2014 called Learning Paths. Learning paths are groups of content, whether videos, courses, documents, decks, etc., that are grouped together, assigned points, and a chronology to enable a user to learn about a specific topic. They have grown to be very successful programs. … Continue reading Microsoft Global Onboarding
The Infopedia Media group within Microsoft started developing a new product in 2014 called Learning Paths. Learning paths are groups of content, whether videos, courses, documents, decks, etc., that are grouped together, assigned points, and a chronology to enable a user to learn about a specific topic. They have grown to be very successful programs. … Continue reading Microsoft DXNext
O.Shane Balloun, Esquire, commissioned us to create his brand and initial website several years ago when he was starting his practice. Then in 2016, we refreshed his website and strengthened his brand.
Success Weight Loss is a weight loss center specializing in the Idea Protein weight loss method. Formerly known as Samudra Weight Loss, they rebranded in 2015 and commissioned a new logo, marketing materials, and a modern responsive website to engage customers. They also needed the ability to integrate with their existing Vagaro calendar system to … Continue reading Success Weight Loss
The Nemesis Project was an innovative learning program that was aimed to be a highly engaging video training series inspired by the art style of Frank Miller coupled with a James-Bond-like story. The comic book characters were created by a separate organization, but we created all the web properties, badges, and additional graphics. The Nemesis … Continue reading Microsoft The Nemesis Project
Infopedia Media is Microsoft’s internal video sharing platform. It is video for enterprise (like YouTube for the enterprise) and it is one of the top five most trafficked internal websites within Microsoft. In late 2014, the Academy group was reorganized under Infopedia media and needed to be rebranded to match Infopedia media. We took this … Continue reading Microsoft Infopedia Media
2014 marked the the year Academy began its gamification effort to encourage learning within Microsoft. In order for content managers to offer gamified incentives, an administrative experience needed to be created that enabled managers to create gamified experiences.
HealthMine creates healthcare technology and their customers are plan sponsors and their members. Their Personal Clinical Engagement platform automatically collects clinical data, identifies risk for chronic disease, and provides personalized health goals, actions and incentives.
Choice City Church was a new church plant in 2014 in Fort Collins Colorado. Like any startup, they required a brand, identity, and modern web presence.
The Infopedia Media team within Microsoft wanted to crowd source ideas from Microsoft employees in order discover what kind of content should be published to Infopedia Media. We designed a platform that allowed users to upvote content ideas and contribute to the discussion around those ideas.
Alessence is a successful massage and skin care atelier in Wyoming. Alessence commissioned a refresh of their logo and wanted to create a modern responsive website and have the landing page be fun, interactive, and hand-drawn. We hand drew an architect’s rendition of their office space using Autodesk Sketchbook Pro and a Wacom Bamboo tablet, … Continue reading Alessence