Having just lost their marketing personnel, MTI came to us for help in carrying out their marketing operations. We served in the roles of writer, designer, and marketing director, establishing their brand and managing over 300 projects.View Case Study >
Shelly came to us with an outdated brand, including an archaic website whose lead generation fell considerably shortView Case Study >
of their goals. We set out to transform their website into a lead-generation tool, asking ourselves how we could create
a more effective conversion funnel and help Shelly offer a better website user experience.
The Governor’s Office of Economic Development for the state of Utah sought an agency that could revitalize theirView Case Study >
aging website and simplify its backend capabilities. They wanted an attractive new site that could be easily updated
without extensive technical knowledge.
MityLite came to pivot their brand into an entirely new and lucrative market. Having established the enduring natureView Case Study >
of their product, they also wanted to appeal to a more trend-conscious crowd. MityLite wanted to keep their reputation as a company that produced durable products, but they also wanted to be perceived as young, contemporary, and hip, while growing their company and seeing a steady increase of sales revenue and lead generation.
In January 2012, Fluid was a small creative boutique with fewer than 10 employees. We saw an opportunity to grow and fill a wider variety of customer needs by expanding our service offerings and bringing on top creative and digital talent.View Case Study >
ED Kenley Ford had never worked with an agency, but they wanted to become the dominant Ford dealership in theView Case Study >
northern Utah. In addition to selling trucks, Ed Kenley also wanted to sell their powertrain warranty.
The goal of Community Action Partnership Utah (CAP Utah) helps strengthen family financial stability throughView Case Study >
earned income tax credit (EITC) and volunteer income tax assistance (VITA). CAP UT had a budget of only $30,000
to promote free tax filing at their 80 VITA sites or online filing systems from January to April 2015. CAP Utah had
seen an increase of a mere 3% over the past five years, and they would lose their grant money if they didn’t increase
their tax filings by 20%.
The Utah College of Applied technology faced a dilemma. Though people throughout Utah recognized the presence of local campuses (like Davis Applied Technology College and Dixie Applied Technology College) they failed to recognize the statewide UCAT brand. UCAT also desired to be seen as a viable alternative to a traditional four-year degree.View Case Study >