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Starz
Starz

Starz sought help from Crowd Favorite to build starz.com, a consumer-facing, javascript-powered media site, thereby freeing up their in-house team to focus on other areas of development.

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Salal Credit Union
Salal Credit Union

Salal Credit Union, one of the largest credit unions in Washington State, engaged us to redesign their site to provide a more organized and intuitive user experience, and to align with their recent rebranding effort.

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ColourPop
ColourPop

ColourPop, an up-and-coming cosmetics company with a cult-like following, engaged Crowd Favorite to scale their site in anticipation of record high Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales.

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Lexus
Lexus

Lexus engaged Crowd Favorite to create a site that would overhaul their existing quality control management system, streamlining and accelerating the process for greater customer safety and satisfaction.

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Vixxo branding

Vixxo branding

Following the merger of two major facilities maintenance companies, the new company engaged Crowd Favorite to develop a brand that would reposition and unify the new company for internal and external audiences.

LemonFish

LemonFish

LemonFish, a powerful cybersecurity and data analytics software company, sought help from Crowd Favorite’s design experts to refine their messaging and establish a commanding online presence.

Simpson College

Simpson College

One of the first mobile-friendly education websites, Crowd Favorite helped unify Simpson College’s online presence. We extended WordPress to create an easy-to-manage system with per-department content permissions and an auto-updating staff roster.

80sTees.com

80sTees.com

80sTees, a nostalgic and nerdy t-shirt company, turned to Crowd Favorite to help evolve their business from “just another t-shirt shop” to a community of 80s geeks, fans and followers.

Brammo

Brammo

Brammo, a motorcycle company, approached Crowd Favorite for integrative firmware and responsive social website.

Thomson Reuters

Thomson Reuters

Thomson Reuters needed a custom WordPress plugin that would help with their efforts to parse, interpret, and tag content automatically.

RedMonk Analytics

RedMonk Analytics

RedMonk is a custom web application that visualizes data trends, charts, and reports pulled from different data sources, including the RedMonk WordPress blogs.

Phish

Phish

Phish engaged Crowd Favorite to build a new WordPress site supporting rich media content (including photos and videos, merchandise, and tour information), easy-to-use administrative tools, and mobile-responsive layouts.

IfbyPhone

IfbyPhone

Ifbyphone, the global leader in call analytics and automation, sought Crowd Favorite’s expertise to completely rebuild and redesign their site, using clean, custom code to create a truly modern web experience.

Insperity

Insperity

Insperity is a multi-service HR site that required custom plug-ins, advanced content migration and custom built forums.

Jacob Bromwell

Jacob Bromwell

Inspired by the personal story of the company founder, we developed a brand experience based on the man himself, whose hard-working, inventive, and cheerful nature is still embodied by the company almost two centuries later.

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