We’re thrilled to announce that John “Boots” Highland has joined our growing development team. Boots specializes in the bass guitar, but ain’t too bad at front-end development and content management system integration either. He’ll be rocking out of our Dallas office. :metal:
A very warm welcome to Covington Doan and Chris Rowe. Covington will be working out of our Dallas office while Chris joins us from a quaint little village outside of Nottingham, England. One can shoot an apple off your head with a longbow and his eyes closed. The other drives a DeLorean like an angel. They’ll fit in just fine! As for their website making abilities, they’re pretty good at that,… Read More »
Together with our long time partner Endsleigh Insurance, the UK’s leading student insurance company, we created a digital timeline to showcase milestones, quotes and media from the archives of their 50 years of history. :tada: Though we were up against quite the deadline, the project was a blast to work on — weighing in at just… Read More »
We worked with Letter Jacket Envelopes to redesign and develop the core of their business, the envelope customization app. What we came up with was a clean and easy to use interface backed by real user data. :chart_with_upwards_trend: Screenshots of the redesigned envelope customization app The original application was slightly awkward to navigate, and customers… Read More »
We’re excited to announce that we’ve been shortlisted in the 2015 Net Awards for “new agency of the year”. Thank you so much to all of our clients and peers — it’s a real honor and we wouldn’t have made the list without you. If you dig our work, please spread the word and vote for us. You have until July 13th to cast your votes.
The magic bullet to a successful digital project is readable content, usable forms and intelligent website structure. Nail these basics and you’ve nailed your digital project, whatever it is. People won’t be able to put their finger on what they love about the site or app, but they’ll love it. They’ll love it because they can quickly consume content, find what they’re looking… Read More »
We recently partnered with Switch Creative and The Weekday School at UPUMC to make an easy-to-use, mobile-friendly registration and enrollment system for the 2015–2016 school year. :100: Not to choose favorites, but this might be my favorite Good Work project so far. It falls right in line with the type work we excel at, and was our first meaty Dallas… Read More »
1 year ago today I sat down at my home office in Houston, Texas for day 1 of Good Work. The few months before were spent hunting down digital projects outside of a full time job, with the first to start on March 3rd, the first Monday of March in 2014. :birthday: It’s been a wild ride to say the least. 18 new project launches, 10 others improved, a move to Dallas, a new… Read More »