Custom business overview illustration for OneNeck

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The Client
OneNeck IT Services is a premier outsourcing solutions provider specializing in managing information systems for mid-size enterprises. The company provides a wide variety of IT solutions, including outsourcing, implementation and integration, as well as specialized services tailored specifically to the private equity market.

The Challenge
OneNeck has a very complex business model and wanted to have a way to easily and quickly explain their capabilities to decision makers. They had lots of confusing and boring charts that explained their business and there was no way to easily grasp what they can do.

The Solution
We worked with the OneNeck management team to clearly understand what their business does and how they work with their customers. Using this information, we sketched preliminary concept sketches and worked with them to refine and improve the way we told their story.

The final illustrations significantly improved understanding among OneNeck customers.

Arizona Highways launches new web site with design from Tornado

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SCOTTSDALE, AZ — August 14, 2003 — Few states have a greater single voice of marketing than does Arizona. No one can ignore the power a simple magazine has on shaping opinion about the state. For over 75 years the magazine has been “the” state publication telling the world about the beautiful deserts and mountains in Arizona.

arizona-highways-magazine-webHomepage design for the Arizona Highways web site, launched in 2003.

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South by Southwest (SXSW) Interactive Finalist: Website for The 35th Infantry Division in WWII

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SCOTTSDALE, AZ — March 11, 2003 — The web site we produced for the 35th Infantry Division Association is a finalist in the 2003 SXSW Interactive competition!

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The home page features a simple muted color palette.

When asked for his reaction, Chris Tingom, Principal, said “we’re excited about the opportunity to see our work recognized among so many other great sites, and we expect the value of our work to be seen by the fine people at the Smithsonian Institution, PBS, National Geographic, and some of the other big names in interactive education. Sites that make knowledge accessible are our favorite kind to create.” Read More