MartinHomeSlide
MartinHomeSlide

C. F. Martin. It's a company with a reputation that borders on legend. When we laid the groundwork for the music icon's interactive marketing strategy and martinguitar.com redesign, it was with an intense commitment to rock the latest technology while thoughtfully preserving the essense and tradition of the brand.

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BillsKhakisHomeSlide
BillsKhakisHomeSlide

Cut, quality, consistency, authenticity. The folks at Bills Khakis believe that a pair of khakis is only as good as how well it fits you. We feel the same about websites, and gave BillsKhakis.com a dramatic makeover, transforming the site from clunky and ineffective to sleek and modern allowing visitors to shop 'till they drop.

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MackHomeSlide
MackHomeSlide

For more than a hundred years, the Bulldog brand has commanded the respect of its customers – and competitors around the globe. That's why we went into overdrive to rebuild the company's 2,000+ page website and deliver the right tools for the task.

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In a world of unlimited interactive options and technology that changes faster than you can refresh a screen, you need resources. Veterans of interactive, trending experts who'll relentlessly maintain your industry edge, and people who know how to talk to your team, whether they're tech-savvy or not. We’ve been the creative and strategic partner for some of the country's most iconic brands, delivering digital experiences that entice, engage, evoke action...

...and make every aspect of the customer experience better.

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It's simple, we do outstanding work because we are a company made up of outstanding people. If you have the special skills and qualities that mesh with ours, we want to know more about you.

When to Say "Cut" in Video

The current craze in video is the shorter is better. Audiences want short bites of information, and begin to lose interest when videos drag on. So what's the right length for your video?