Fitness trainer and Hardbodies Bootcamp founder, Emil Paolucci came to intox Productions this summer looking to revamp his company website with a high-end, edgy design that complimented his boot-camp training regimen. We worked with a modern layout and bold colors to create a presence that screams Hardbodies. The website features photography acquired from training sessions as well as a host of the companies services, class schedules, testimonials, staff bios and more. Launching Fall 2013
In August intox Productions launched one its most complex ecommerce projects to date. “This build was unique in many ways and pushed the limits of our knowledge-base,” said intox founder and creative director, Chris Miale. “The design had to be unique and organic, not edgy and modern. We restructured the workflow and shopping experience adding many customized features, some requiring hand coding. My team also developed a responsive platform and custom mobile theme to ensure everything was streamlined and uniform. Finally was the integration of an app module allowing the mobile website to function like an app from any smartphone.” Other features include a cron manager that can automatically open and close the store, customized delivery by zip code range and product up-selling tools.” The design and build took approximately 5 months and is a tribute to talents of Chris and his team.
Last month intox Productions began producing an ecommerce website for BluSand, as part of a multi-level re-branding campaign. The development strategy required a responsive format allowing the website to work seamlessly across all platforms; desktop, tablet and mobile. “The design aesthetic is modern and muted, and we’re focusing on the organization of products and categories and the functionally of the shopping experience,” said intox founder and creative director, Chris Miale. Look for more Fall 2013.
This April intox Productions celebrated 15 years in business. “Its been an amazing journey and we’ve come along way as a company, so much has changed over the years in terms of the technology and the services we offer. We started primarily doing design and print work, and now we offer so much more including brand design, mobile web and commercial spot production” said founder Chris Miale. “We want to thank all of our clients who made this possible, some have been with us from the very beginning. Look for our new website this fall along with our ever expanding services.”
“With mobile and tablet use growing, in the past year alone many of our clients have come to us seeking a mobile friendly website rebuild, and the timing is right as we’ll begin to see a shift or transition to a much wider user base in the near future” said Chris Miale. Our partner firm Spot On was one of the first on board. “Basically we took the existing style from the flash website we created and modified the platform for mobile and tablet compatibility” said Chris Miale.
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Recently George Jathas, founder of Card Processing Systems, came to us for website redevelopment. As a client for almost 10 years George’s trust in our skill set allows us to flex our creative style. Our approach includes an updated design, widescreen layout, advanced web features and a mobile and tablet friendly structure. The new build will incorporate many of CPS’s new services along with more elaborate details on products and the staff. Look for more this Winter.
This month intox completed an html based SEO friendly website for NYC Hearing Associates, the website being the final design component of a multi-level brand campaign includeding logo creation, printed marketing materials and general marketing strategies. Our creative concept, along with some direction from Dr. Shelley Borgia, was to maintain the professional aesthetic of a medical practice, while encompassing a trendy, NYC boutique feel.
After completing the brand identity, marketing strategy and front end website, JB Family Jewelers owners Benny and Joe Chiazzese decided it was time to move to a functional e-commerce website. “We created a beautiful overall presence for the business and started an online ad campaign, after talking with Benny we concluded it made more sense to give his customers the ability to make purchases online, and maximize his advertising dollars” said Chris Miale. Look for the new website summer 2012 with a wide selection of jewelry, watches, bridal pieces and more.