June 2017—It’s been a busy start to the summer, with several major projects completing this month. Among our biggest web launches was a new website for The Sharing Foundation, a non-profit organization based in Massachusetts that founded and operates an orphanage and school in Cambodia. The site relies heavily on design and photography to depict the beauty of the children and supportive surroundings they enjoy. Besides the orphanage, The Sharing Foundation does a great deal of other work in the area, including providing medical attention to local villages and operating local farms.
Charles Bagnashchi, a board member and our chief contact with the website redesign, had this to say about Radar’s work: “On behalf of the Sharing Foundation and myself, I want to thank the Radar team for your excellent work and attention to our needs. We have received good reviews from our members, friends, and founder, and I’m confident that it will help tell our story and assist us in our ongoing work to fund our projects in Cambodia. I look forward to our continued collaboration.”
January 2017—After three months of design and development, Radar’s latest client – NextBridge Consulting — launched both its new name and new website this month. Formerly named Factor In Talent, the company consults with fast growth, fast change clients in industries such as high tech, life sciences and education. The new site showcases NextBridge’s new logo and approach, which is symbolized by a bridge spanning new sections and ever-new horizons.
Jim Harvey, NextBridge principal, had this to say about Radar’s design and development work: “Radar was the right partner to have by our side as we re-launched and refocused our company and brand. Well done!”
June 2016—New Radar client ETA Travel, based near Philadelphia, launched this month. ETA’s new site caters to the company’s corporate clientele, who value the high level of customized service they get from ETA. The site presents visitors with a range of service options, including the ability for those traveling overseas using mobile devices to contact the company in the event of an emergency.
Under development for two months, the site allows ETA Travel to showcase its expertise to clients and the travel press alike. As a result, journalists working on travel stories frequently call ETA’s founder for quotes as travel-related stories occur worldwide.
March 2016—We are pleased to announce the launch this month of our newest client website, Cool Tropics. Based in the Boston area, Cool Tropics pioneered, produces and distributes a line of healthy snack products for schools. We designed the site to appeal to three audiences — school administrators, parents and guardians as well as students themselves, who relish the products as tasty treats. Cool Tropics is best known for its frozen slush desserts, made from fruit juice and all natural ingredients, but has since launched a line of baked, healthy “french fries” with more to come.
Under development for several months, the site contains a great deal of web functionality, some of which is only available to authorized, logged in schools and dealers. For example, we created an entire e-commerce environment where schools can order and customize a large number of promotional options, such as school posters and flyers, that schools use to promote those days when Cool Tropics products are available.
January 2016—We started the year strong with the launch of a new site for Corsica Partners. A strategic executive search and consulting services company in the Boston area, Corsica is growing quickly and has been responsible for senior executive placement at such top companies as Keurig and iRobot. Built on a responsive framework for ideal display on desktop, smartphone and tablet devices, the site is found here: http://corsicateam.com/.
Given the strength and importance of Corsica’s impressive client portfolio, we worked hard to make that section especially attractive and interactive. Touch or roll over the portfolio company icons to learn more about what industries Corsica serves, as well as flip cards that summarize Corsica’s core messaging.
June 2015—Among the many projects we completed this month was the launch of a new website for FreshPath Consulting, a long-time Radar client and IT consulting firm in the Boston area. In addition to the design and development of the site itself, the project included the latest logo we designed for the company and a new template along with refreshed content for FreshPath’s primary “call to action” on the site. This is a white paper called “Can You Afford Not to Have a Software Road Map?”
Both homepage and inside sidebars encourage visitors to download the free white paper. And because the topic directly addresses what it takes to achieve ROI and success on IT projects–always a concern for management–it’s proving to be a popular download.