Despite what Caddyshack told us, being the best golfer you can be doesn’t start and end with simply being the ball. And unless you are in fact the real life Ty Webb, no amount of na na na na-ing will get you the game you want. But there’s good news. Working with Ryan Hassinger will help you do just that.
Ryan is the man behind Ry Nine Fitness, a company that focuses on helping golfers increase strength and mobility as it relates to their golf swing. The idea here is that a more fit golfer is a better golfer. As you get stronger and more flexible, your swing gets better. Then in no time you’re hitting greens from 220 and sending your friends home whimpering with lighter wallets than they came with. Plus you get to say “BOOYAH!” a lot, which is nice.
So needless to say, we were pretty pumped to help Ryan completely overhaul the digital presence for his brand. His schedule and offerings are constantly changing, so like many of our clients, we built his site on a dynamic WordPress platform that allows him to change things up on the fly, whenever he wants and wherever he goes.
Have a look at his new digs over here.
It’s that time of year again. The cold, eggnog soaked, snow-in-the-pants holiday season that reminds us, hey, spring is only four more miserable months away. But it’s also the time to remind ourselves just how blessed we are to do what we love and work with clients we admire and care about. So this year, we wanted to thank all the fine folks in the Projekt, Inc. universe with a holiday love note and a peppermint treat from Williams-Sonoma. Here’s a link to view the finished product. And here’s the card in all its delicious, paragraph form.
From your friends at Projekt, Inc.
Season’s greetings to a most wonderful client*
*Disclaimer: This seasonal greeting comes in the form of delicious peppermint bark and is not to be confused with tree bark, a dog’s bark, or Bark Tomlinson, a fictitious 17th century basket weaver with two left arms. This tasty treat should not be eaten while hanging upside down, cage fighting, riding bulls, sharpening swords, base jumping, or immediately after being eaten by a large blue whale somewhere in the South Pacific. Side effects may include joy, merriment, or a sudden feeling of unbridled contentment. If your good mood lasts more than four hours, call a Projekt, Inc. representative at 215-699-4052. This is the end of the disclaimer. Now please, dig in.
Well looky here. The good people at Design Work Life (one of our favorite industry sites) did a feature on our new work for Martin Treu, author/designer/architect and all-around awesome client of ours. We built and designed him a brand new interactive home and our long-time buddy and collaborator Scotty Reifsnyder put his magic illustrative touch on the metaphorical storefront. We couldn’t be happier with how it turned out and we’re stoked for the awesome feature.
Seriously, they’re everywhere. But nowhere else are they as beautifully and artfully present than in our buddy/client Martin Treu’s new book Signs, Streets, and Streetscapes. Part celebration of historic American “main streets” and part road map to what he hopes will be a resurgence in classic city planning, the book is fantastic, folks. Trust us on this.
So when he came to us to help him launch a new website promoting his work, we jumped at the opportunity. He’s got all the bells and whistles an author needs to keep readers up to date with appearances, book signings, lectures, and reviews or press clippings. And of course, since he’s a writer, not only did we build everything on an infinitely-editable WordPress foundation, we crafted him one heck of a technical blog so he can update at will and create on the fly. Which his readers are going to love.
Speaking of love, how about that homepage illustration? Sweet, right? And if you said, “Wow, that looks like the handywork of master illustrator Scotty Reifsnyder,” well, then you’d be exactly right. It is the handywork of our great friend and collaborator Scotty Reifsnyder (we linked to his site twice because his work is that rad).
Head on over to our work section to check out Martin’s site.
It’s launching season, everybody. As in business launching. As in we here at Projekt, Inc. are pressing the big green GO button on a new business venture we’ve been developing with a few other partners. We couldn’t be more excited. It’s called Eat At My Desk.
What Eat At My Desk does is pairs corporations large and small with surrounding restaurants to create a kind of virtual food court situation for their employees. Basically, when someone gets hungry, they can place an order of any size with one of our partnering eateries and it will magically arrive at their desk shortly thereafter. Presto! That’s Eat At My Desk in a nutshell. A deliciously simple nutshell.
Being partners in this new venture and all, Projekt, Inc. has been responsible for soup to nuts branding, design, interactive experience and general aesthetic pleasantness. As inspiration, we took cues from old, iconic roadside diners, their bold typography, and the classic look and feel that made them so warm and inviting. We’re drooling for greasy bacon and maple syrup just thinking about it. You can feast your eyes on the logo and website or head on over to the Eat At My Desk headquarters to dig around a little further.