Our Work

We love all of our clients equally, but here is a smattering of favorite projects that we feel captures our range.

Exhibit A

The SoCal School District

When COVID-19 hit, it forced school closures across the nation.

We had already won recognition for helping a large district in Southern California rebrand its digital properties, so we stayed on and continued the flow of instructional materials through a custom-built distance learning website.

Before summer break, we had visitors coming from 46 states to check out the site’s resources.

Exhibit B

The Oilfield Company

This $600MM Houston-based oilfield company was punched in the gut when the price-per-barrel nosedived in early 2020.

We beat the next-lowest bid by 37% and helped them pivot to a digital-first strategy, earning a 3000% ROI—and the fear of their competitors.

This project also marked the first time that we had a competitor literally beg us to stop running ads.

Exhibit C

The Gifted Association

We have a heart for education—particularly when it concerns students with special needs. So when the California Association for the Gifted (CAG) came calling, we couldn’t wait to pick up the phone.

We refreshed the design of their website and made it mobile-friendly. We also launched an integrated membership portal, which CAG used to host its first-ever virtual institute.

We also saved them $200/month over their previous web developers.

Exhibit D

The Million-Dollar Pitch

This was a rare four-party collaboration between (i) the nation’s leading dental services provider, (ii) a large tech startup, (iii) Arizona State University’s Center for Games and Impact, and (iv) yours truly.

We helped ASU and the tech startup secure a $1.2MM contract by designing the UI/UX for an app that gamifies dentist training, building a pitch deck—and delivering the pitch ourselves.

Exhibit E

The Suicide Prevention Hotline

Working with the Director of Policy and Plans for the Pentagon’s Defense Suicide Prevention Office, we built a series of data dashboards in Tableau to help communicate a sense of meaningful progress within crisis workers and volunteers at a suicide prevention call center.

We then recorded the process for building the dashboards so their team could take over ownership going forward.

6 months after delivering the dashboards, the organization secured a contract as an overflow provider for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline—more than doubling their monthly call volume.

Exhibit F

The Ag Platform

Not everything that we build is high-stakes or huge in scope.

This Colorado agriculture company wanted to improve its product pages for the seeds it was trying to sell online.

It might not have been the most glamorous gig, but we were happy to pitch in with some graphic design and SEO.