A cheese equipment manufacturer's new string cheese machine revolutionized accuracy in sizing. We helped them illustrate the cost savings.
Case studies are great, but many of our sharpest ideas and favorite projects bubble up in the routine challenges we face everyday. Here's a few of the little things we love.
When your best customers are dominating the food processing industry using your equipment, it pays to show off a little – for the both of you.
As part of a complete website redesign, Astuteo built a slide-out navigation panel. After all, everyone in Wisconsin needs an impressive cheese drawer.
Selling equipment across the entire world demanded we develop a way to easily convert specifications from US/imperial to metric.
A flagship website redesign often leads to the creation of new visuals that need to be adapted to other marketing materials, like sales flyers and Powerpoint presentations.
Good photos of complex equipment or invisible processes are practically impossible to come by. But 3D rendered videos are a totally different story.
Forest Data Network needed a way to manage dozens of maps with custom highlighted regions. We built them some especially useful SVGs.
To build an audience from scratch, Forest Data Network engaged the forestry industry with niche journalism and a quarterly email newsletter.
With a new data product for those buying and selling timber, FDN wanted to showcase an example pricing report and gather important lead information.
Astuteo migrated the Primex website from ExpressionEngine to Craft CMS, redesigning it from top to bottom in the process.
Primex is in the business of synchronized time, so we turned a clocks photo on their homepage into an animation in sync with system time.
Mobile website visitors were not converting well for Primex. The problem was boiled down to navigation differences, with mobile lacking calls-to-action.
Primex needed to illustrate the hidden cost of manually logging refrigerator temperatures to healthcare facility managers.
A manufacturer needed a platform for its approved partners to browse products online, but moderating the incoming requests was a problem.
A medical device manufacturer wanted a better way for customers to request quotes for customized equipment purchases, not a generic contact form.
With a large site on Craft CMS and an even larger one on Salesforce Commerce Cloud, PJPS was wrestling with how to deliver a seamless experience.
With the client already managing a large number locations in Google, managing those same locations in Craft CMS was needlessly redundant.
TLX needed a more efficient way to manage and deploy its wealth of content. But to do that, we had to start from scratch.
When you build custom products like TLX, the solution isn't necessarily the case study. We helped them define each more clearly.
Thin line weights and an inseparable type and graphic lockup, made the TLX logo difficult to use. We helped evolve the brand for the better.