Plainfield's traditional and fruitful public business exhibition has been carefully and dynamically updates in 2015 to include all new features such as a current exhibit hall map, rotating sponsorship banner, and custom forms for collecting sponsor and registrant date. Anttix remains a sponsor of this event to both shows community support and keeps the site up to date to positively represent this valuable community event.
This brochure-style website was custom-designed for a local small business specializing in residential and commercial landscaping. Particular attention was paid to designing a color scheme and carefully choosing images to create a user interface which inspires viewers to imagine beautiful landscape possibilities and not only assert but demonstrate Duke's expertise in the field.
Given the nature of the funeral service industry, the Damar Funeral Home website had to be friendly, inviting, and comforting. Autumnal images and a lighter design visually create a warm online environment, much like their funeral home creates a comfortable physical environment for family and friends. Among the premium features of the site is a client-updatable obituary section which allows users to pay public tribute to decedents or offer private condolences directly to loved ones.
About our performance in developing this project, a Damar representative said, "I truly found your desire to understand my industry and tailor the needs of our website to meet our client base refreshing. Patience and understanding of clients needs made this an effortless process. No cookie cutter approach was used and it truly shows who we are. I have received many compliments from our families."
Recently you may have heard the term "Infographic" thrown around a lot in business. Some of you may have heard of it and even implemented your own for your company. Others may have never heard of them at all. This article aims to cover all the bases, from what Infographics are, why to use them, and how to get them as soon as possible.
How to get InfographicsAn Infographic is simply a marketing piece that explains how something works or illustrates a complicated process with graphic images and minimal text. They may be a one-sheet print or a long, scrolling website image. They are not just graphs or charts either; they can illustrate large portions of business almost the way a newspaper cartoon tells most of its story with art. See the sample Infographic attached to this article for example.
Infographics allow us to explain very complicated systems without having to explain confusing charts and figures. They aim to break down a process into its simplest form, which lets others relate to it a lot faster. In turn, they force us to think of our business systems in a more straightforward fashion which can increase sales awareness and viability of a product or service.
In addition to the valuable purpose of an Infographic, they are incredibly searchable and shareable. Useful Infographics can be viable for years, being passed from user to the user who feels it may be helpful to others. Just like words on a page, Infographics are searchable and indexable for lasting marketing power. Never underestimate the sustainability of your info in the graphic form, it may outlast all of the text-based content you can muster year to year.
The simplest answer is to contact a marketing firm or graphic design/web design company, such as Anttix. Start by outlining the purpose of your Infographic. What do you want to explain and who do you want to reach? Working with talented and dedicated professionals who are familiar with Infographics will allow you to set objectives clearly and attain the type of Infographic your company needs. Infographics may be more complicated to design and build than your standard one-sheet or logo, but their benefit will last and last.