|A gourmet restaurant deserves a gourmet website|
Little did the Red Olive crew know that a new website-design project would send them all the way to Tuscany.
The Tuscany we're referring to here is one of Utah's top restaurants, inspired by the culture and cuisine of the famous region of Italy.
We designed and developed a website that matches the elegance of the restaurant and includes some unique flash development, a news/awards system, and a custom content-management system.
Perhaps our favorite feature is the image gallery that takes viewers on a photo tour of the restaurant's interior, grounds, wedding spots, and of course, gourmet food (which naturally, we needed to research for ourselves).
|McEwan Custom Homes gets a new custom website |
It makes sense that one of Utah's leading builders of distinctive homes would hire one of Utah's leading designers of distinctive websites.
Red Olive gave McEwan Custom Homes an extreme branding makeover by designing a new logo and business cards, and by developing a new website with a custom Flash image gallery and blog.
Never have the McEwan homes looked as good as they do in our online gallery. Well, maybe except for in person.
|The new Sidekix identity really rox|
Sidekix are two little toys in one. Starting out as cute stuffed animals, they can be folded into fluffy balls for kids to toss around.
And since Sidekix can be clipped onto a backpack, kids are free to take them everywhere they go. Hence, the reason for their name.
Although Sidekix are still in the beginning manufacturing stages, Red Olive has their new logo ready to go and is poised to build on that design and create more identity pieces.
|A site overhaul for Atkinson Electronics |
Atkinson Electronics specializes in building automation, critical environments, electronic interfaces, solar automation, and lots of other things that most of us don't know much about.
This is why Atkinson's new website needed to clearly explain their many fields of expertise and also engage viewers visually with a sweet flash carousel on the home page.
The Red Olive design and development team not only succeeded on both counts, they came up with a sleek new logo for Atkinson as well.