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This project for the Muskogee Area Chamber of Commerce involved design and development of an easy to navigate, informational site that presents a great first impression and that performs well in search engines. The site includes various promotional aspects as well as a community calendar with user-submitted events.
Nashville Interactive originally designed the State Fair of West Virginia’s website nearly five years ago and performed a facelift between then and now. When the time came to fully redesign the site, Rockhouse Partners (and etix) reached out once again. Honored to take on the task, Nashville Interactive provided design and development for the new site.
This website for comedian Jim Breuer allows users to create accounts, upload videos to the site that are then automatically added to a YouTube channel for review. Admins can then publish ‘winning’ videos to the website. Nashville Interactive handled full website development based on designs provided by the client.
Nashville Interactive was contracted to handle both design and development of the official blog and news site for the Penn Program on Regulation. The site features highly structured post organization featured posts, dozens of active authors and social media integrations along with many other custom enhancements.
This project involved design & development of the official website for the African Methodist Episcopal Church. The website is a hub for information regarding information, events and news.
Aeropost handles shipping logistics for major retailers who need access to South America and beyond. This B2B site is targeted at C-level personnel interested in a high-level overview of what Aeropost has to offer. The site is built with mobile in mind using responsive techniques for controlling layout on smaller screens.
this site for Altus UC features a unique layout to present information to users in a memorable way. Content is structured to give a high-level overview and to allow users to dig deeper if they’d like.
Anytakers provides custom event and sports travel packages to help clients knock out their bucket list. The site has a very photo-centric, visual layout and features responsive design for maximum usability on mobile devices.
Nashville Interactive is proud to have been a part of GuardYourBuddy.com. The website is dedicated to helping our troops in the TN National Guard cope with the huge life changes that accompany their service. The primary goal of the website is suicide prevention while also providing resources to help manage the various aspects of life that can quickly become overwhelming these days. Nashville Interactive handled the website design, logo design and initial mobile app design.
This project for Kelly Clarkson of American Idol fame, involved the design of the website and other supporting materials. This design is from earlier in Kelly’s career when the audience skewed younger and female which dictated the playful brighter pink and purple color scheme.
SETEL UC provides business communication solutions. The site provides prospective clients details about the SETEL offering as well as access to tech support information and documentation.
Country music star Jason Aldean needed an updated website design that reflected the evolution of his career. The design achieved this via a cleaner more organized architecture. This project included site design and design and development of supporting elements such as html email templates and html-based landing pages. While Jason’s website has evolved from the original design, this version of jasonaldean.com is still worth a spot in the portfolio.
Nashville Interactive provided wireframes, design and front-end development for Belmont University’s Massey Graduate School of Business.
Once again, Justin McBride’s team contacted Nashville Interactive for a fresh online presence. The result reflects the growth in Justin’s career via more in-depth content promotion, self-hosted ecommerce store front, self-hosted fan club. We also provide on-going marketing and content management services to keep the fan base engaged.
This website for Christian Musician CeCe Winans represents her music and “brand” through its clean and classy layout. Large promotional photography serves as a focal point against the largely black and white design. Website development was part of the project and the site was built using an open source content management system to allow the client to fully control their site and make updates with ease. The site includes a Flash jukebox, user commenting and message boards to give fans a more interactive experience.
Colbie Caillat wanted an environmental site design themed around a “Colbie’s Room” concept. In order to achieve a stylized look, the site was designed and built using over 30 composited stock images acquired from varying sources. Unfortunately this design was replaced after over two years on the web. All good things must come to an end.
Nashville Interactive was contracted to design country music star Gretchen Wilson’s website. The new site sports a contemporary look with large background images and a classy, dark feel.
Creative use of negative space and line weights give this logo for bipolarbear.life a discreet conceptual aspect alluding to the nature of bipolar disorder.
DIDDYBLOG.com is the online home for stories of inspiration, triumph and positivity sponsored by Mr. Sean “Puffy/Diddy/Puff Daddy/etc.” Combs. A design was developed that allows the visual imagery and videos to tell the stories with little interference from unnecessary design elements. In order to keep the design clean, the site’s main navigation is located under a super-dropdown “MORE” menu. Nashville Interactive was contracted to help out with the site and played a large role in the design and development.
Sam Noelle is an up and coming artist with a younger target audience. The light feel of the site reflects her musical style and fun feel for teh brand. For the most part, this is a one-page scrolling site with most key information presented on the homepage, including social media feeds, audio player, bio, etc.
“The McCollough Family Global Explorers” says it all. This is a family of well-versed world travelers. Their latest adventure is into the realm of selling products online via an e-commerce enabled website. This website also provides tools such as individual blogs, photo galleries, videos and explorer resources.
Amanda Nagurney needed a website that reflected her maturing career and that could be updated easily. The solution was a self-hosted, open-source content management system. This means that Amanda controls her own website and doesn’t have to worry about being locked-in to proprietary software which often involve fairly hefty fees for hosting, ongoing maintenance and licensing.
She also wowed judges on the popular TV show “America’s Got Talent”. Alice went from the subway to the big stage and needed a website to reflect the progression of her career. The website design draws inspiration from her days of singing in the subways, using fonts and design elements from the NY subway system signage but also reflects the new heights she’s reached as well. The project included design and development of a full site built on a content management system for easy updates.
Joebros, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization that provides a “Fundraiser in a box” offering. They take care of everything a ministry may need to put on a fundraising event from the music to the food. In the interest of moving the organization forward, Joebros enlisted the services of Nashville Interactive to create a professional, easy-to-update website that would allow them to put their best foot forward. The site features jukeboxes, artist profiles, photo and video galleries and more.
Logo and Identity design for a commercial cleaning service. The buildings allude to the commercial aspect of the business while the spray bottle and “streak” through the logo represent the core business services.
Work Media is an internet marketing company with a light-hearted and hip brand. This logo is based on abstracted pixels that represent the digital aspect of the company as well as its friendly nature.
This design was launched by Nashville Interactive in 2009. Krysta has since enlisted our services for a complete redesign to match her new image and branding for her most recent album.
Interactive Investments is a global asset management firm in need of a visual brand that represents stability and strength. The project entailed website as well as logo design. A clean layout with large serene photographs and a professional and calming blue color help achieve the goal.
Promotional email design targeted at VIP ticket holders for Formula 1 US Grand Prix at Circuit of The Americas.
Nashville Celtics is a non-profit organization that teaches young men about life through basketball. The sports website’s design inspiration was drawn from global sporting brands. A clean sleek look with design elements derived from the game provide a contemporary look for this great organization. The site was developed using open source content management software and included custom user management to allow the twelve+ coaches to control their respective team page’s content including news, player profiles and event calendars.
Musicians and artists have constantly evolving brands that reflect the progress of their careers. Justin McBride needed a fresh take on his existing “JM” bullhorn logo for his new album and website design. The solution was inspired by his bull riding championship belt buckle.
Canadian country music artist Krysta Scoggins, needed a fresh website design to reflect her new image and to support her new album. Nashville Interactive had designed and developed Krysta’s previous website and we were happy to work with Krysta again. The site includes social media integrations, photo and video galleries, event calendar and third party ecommerce functionality.
This design represents version 1 of the Flavor! Napa Valley website from 2011. Nashville Interactive has since “reskinned” the FNV website for subsequent events. The redesign process keeps the same structure and functionality while utilizing new background imagery, colors and fonts in order to keep costs down.
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