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Smartphones are “such a pervasive and insistent part of daily life that the proverbial visitor from Mars might conclude they were an important feature of human anatomy.” — Chief Justice John Roberts, Riley v. California
Indeed, we’ve become a smartphone-dependent society. Nearly two-thirds of Americans are smartphone owners — according to an October 2014 Pew Research Center study — and for many of them, their phone is their only access to the outside Internet world.
As the landscape of Internet accessibility has changed, so has KSD in the way we design websites for our clients. All new websites built in the last two years are mobile friendly, and KSD’s most recent sites are responsive, meaning they can reflow, reprioritize and even present different content depending on the screen size.
KSD just launched a new website and rebrand for FACTOR (formerly Visual Risk Technologies) a software engineering and consulting company that focuses on risk management in the transportation, energy, chemical, insurance and public sectors. EssentialFactor.com
Conveying the Essential Factors
As part of a complete rebranding project, KSD designed a new website for this software engineering and consulting company. FACTOR solves challenging risk management problems in the transportation, energy, chemical, insurance and public sectors. EssentialFactor.com
Growing a Website for a Green Product — SEO for National Recycling Trailers
Rising in search results can take months or years for new companies. Search engines consider reputation among hundreds of factors, many of them proprietary, to best deliver pertinent results. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) involves applying the latest data on these factors during website development to help outperform competitors who don’t take SEO into account.
A Website as Elegant as the Artwork Itself
Chris Ramsey had been making beautiful turned wood hats and bowls for many years when he came to us looking for a new website. Like all artists, Chris’ focus is on creating, honing his skills and innovating new techniques.
It was our job to bring his art to life on the Internet. After talking with Chris about his needs, the process began with filling the KSD studio with a bounty of stunning bowls and hats for us to photograph. The goal was to capture and emphasize the simplicity and elegance of Chris’ work.
Social Media Slam Dunk for Holiday Hoops
Lake Cumberland Holiday Holiday Hoops Classic organizers first came to us for a logo and marketing materials to kick off their new high school basketball tournament. After a successful first year, they came back to KSD for a tourney website.