It’s been a busy year over here at USM Interactive, so busy in fact that I’m doing a year-end round up almost 4 months into the new year. Whoops! We’ve been hard-at-work finding creative solutions to complex problems – and having a ton of fun at the same time! So … what have we been up to?
Wow. We were honored to even be considered for this project, and when we won the bid… even more wow! Healthy Living is a VT and NY market who’s aim is to promote healthy, joyful living and to energize everyone we meet. They came to us with multiple platforms, a non-responsive environment, and a need for a design that spoke to their mission. We gave them a site that perfectly aligns with the experience of shopping in the store, and engaging in the HL community. This website includes WooCommerce, a custom Recipe widget, and a customized events feed.
I challenge you to find me a more “Vermont” website! Cameron and the rest of the crew from Sugarman were an absolute pleasure to work with – and I think it really shows in the website we developed for them. Sugarman is responsible for providing the rest of the world with awesome Vermont maple-products and they needed a site that was simple, modern, and would give them a platform to show off new products to wholesalers everywhere.
YAY! CAMP! Camp Runoia is a girls camp located in Maine. Pam and her team wanted to have a better tool to reach parents and show off their amazing activities, but most importantly, modernize to accommodate for responsive design. Our designers came up with a beautiful site that allows Runoia to share video, and content simply. This site also works with Camp Minder.
We got to work with a few amazing camp clients this year, and Camp Betsey Cox was one of them! Fellow, VT’ers, CBC is a rustic, farm camp located in the heart of the Green Mountains. It’s an absolutely stunning location, that wasn’t properly reflected on their old site. Our custom design was indicative of the fun culture of CBC, but also allowed us to simplify the nav structure so their Director’s could really drive a focused message.
More to come!