Barnes Buchanan Conference Website

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Barnes Buchanan is a conference set up between Barnes Associates and Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney that specifically targets the security alarm industry. This conference allows the investment community to meet with, and learn from, the industry’s leaders and drive further partnership. This site, originally designed for Adobe’s Business Catalyst platform, was rebuilt from the ground up using the popular DIVI …


HTML5 Web Ads

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A series of HTML5 banner ads produced for Buchanan within various online business journals. The concept of a countdown timer was used in the print ad and we wanted to have a dynamic ad that would update every time the page loaded. There were 3 types of the ad, a “super leaderboard” for the heading of the page, a “mobile …


Buchanan: Know Greater Partnership

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The “Know Greater Partnership” micro-site is largely used as a recruitment tool for new and lateral campaigns. Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney uses what is known as the “10 Best Kept Secrets of a valued legal partner” to explain how to fully understand what great partnership is all about. Interestingly, the concepts are very universal and apply to many more industries outside …


Buchanan Blogs

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One of the first projects I worked on with Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney was to create a blog/resource center for their newly acquired Immigration practice. The old site used a proprietary CMS and we wanted to standardize all future blogs with WordPress. In the end we had a very useful product that was fully responsive and featured not just blog posts, but an ever expanding …


5 Star Frac Website

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The goal of this project was to give 5 Star Frac (a local company and sister of WGM Gas Company) a new website to promote themselves. The previous one had been built using a standard WYSIWYG editor by an employee. This website is a simple HTML site that is updated on an as-needed basis. No CMS was required. Aspects of this design were later used to revise the company’s branded …