We felt our site was designed well and a good visual representation of our brand. But we wanted to add all of the social media platforms we’ve implemented and include other tools that can help create conversations between New Albany staff and those that we serve. We also needed to address the ease to which we update our website, especially since staff performs all the updates. I’m very happy to be able to share this new site with our residents. With technology changing so quickly, finding a partner who can cost-effectively help New Albany staff maintain high levels of interaction with the public was very important. I think we’ve found that with Buckeye Interactive.

Scott McAfee, New Albany Public Information Officer

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    Preferred Benefits

    the goal Preferred Benefits needed a digital partner to redesign and develop its existing website using WordPress to customize a responsive theme on all viewing devices. the project Designed 5 custom responsive themes and a refined homepage concept Installed and configured WordPress Designed a branded email template and implemented into MailChimp Set up Google Analytics… [Read more]

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    Highlights for Children

    the goal Highlights for Children sought a digital partner to create two responsive and easy-to-use Drupal blogs — Highlights Aha! and Highlights of the Week. the project Installed and configured Drupal for both new blogs Created responsive templates from designs provided by Highlights Ensured compatibility across all major browsers Integrated both blogs with Highlights’ single… [Read more]

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    The Campen Group

    the goal The Campen Group sought a fresh responsive web design and an easy-to-use website with a content management system (CMS). the project Designed five theme concepts and a custom homepage Implemented and configured WordPress Ensured compatibility across all major browsers Formatted and published content Set up Google Analytics to measure site performance Provided training… [Read more]

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    the goal AcademyOne Childcare and Preschool sought a digital partner to design its brand and build a solution to easily manage and update content on its website, including duplicate websites for each location. the project Designed five logo concepts and a website theme to match Installed and configured WordPress for an easy-to-use content management system… [Read more]

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    Ohio CASA

    “Our website is just what we had hoped for and, more importantly, just what we needed. With its fresh look and use of the latest technology, it is already becoming a valuable tool for our overall communication plan. We have already found your design to be very user friendly and easy for us to navigate. Without their skills, this would not have been the success that it is. We are very pleased and appreciative.”

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    Anderson Companies

    “We strive to be the best at what we do, and with our new customizable and easy-to-use website, Buckeye Interactive helped us tell our story to the world.”

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    Pathways Financial Credit Union

    Pathways Financial Credit Union wanted a digital partner to redesign and develop a new website built on a user-friendly CMS. Building on the existing brand identity, Buckeye Interactive worked closely with the Pathways team to build a custom WordPress theme that is responsive to all viewing devices.

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    T-Pro Solutions

    “Buckeye Interactive provided incredible service and quality in building our website and the result was outstanding.”

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    I-Corps@Ohio sought a digital partner to build its brand identity, design its website, and build a web application portal for submissions and management of executive summaries and business plans.

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    Columbus Academy

    The Columbus Academy newspaper staff hired our team to overhaul its existing WordPress website. The students sought a modern, responsive newspaper layout to showcase their writers and content.

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