A couple of months ago, the Georgia Black Expo reached out to the Syl Wilson Marketing team for help. They were launching the NEW Black Expo for Georgia and wanted to get the word out quickly to the community since the event is coming up in just a few short months.
The Syl Wilson Marketing team delivered on time and under budget! Take a look at their new online home!
Recently, Syl Wilson Marketing was chosen as the prime website design firm for Family Development Services (FDS) in Indiana. The former website had a clunky back-end making images slow to render. The main menu was very hard to navigate to find the core items needed. We re-designed the site with a mobile friendly version, new and improved navigation and also provided content development services. We are proud to say “Welcome to your new online home, FDS!”
This was a fun project from the start to the finish. We were able to interview current employees and staff to get to the core values of the company. FDS is a head start program, they are doing amazing things for the community and we are PROUD to have been a part of this amazing journey. We look forward to partnering on future projects.
Recently Washington University in St.Louis commissioned Syl Wilson Marketing to design a website for the “Safe Return to Schools” for children across the country with disabilities.
The website summarizes the recommended best practices for returning safely to school, based on information from the Washington University Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Research Center working with staff at the Special School District of St. Louis County, Missouri through the COMPASS-T project.
It has been an honor to have been a part of such an important and vital project during these unprecedented times.
How many of you are in business and want to know how you can reach more of your prospects using technology that already is out there? In the past as marketers, we’d buy a list, mail to that list, and possibly follow up with a closing item to those who were Continue reading →
What if you could take all of your old ticket stubs from your past and create an online scrap book of them? What would that be worth to you? Imagine a place to put all your photo’s from concerts of your past with your friends to put in one place to keep the memories together…Well, now there is an app for that!
Stage Page was released earlier last week for the ipad and from everything I’ve seen it’s fully FUN and has all the makeups of the biggest thing to hit the internet since…well…maybe Pinterest! It’s free and you can download it today. Why are so many downloading it? Check out the features:
Upload a picture of your ticket stub and crop to ticket shape
Upload concert pics
Upload video from the show
Edit photos and videos
Document who was there
Add the concert set list
Add commentary/observations from the show
Pick a background for your StagePage from multiple choices
Return to your scrolling list of StagePages at any time
StagePage uses the amazing photo editing software, Aviary. With this you can edit pictures and videos by improving the image quality automatically, adding effects, and more.
Of course, after you have created your StagePage, you must share it with all of your friends. StagePage is setup to share via Facebook, Twitter, and email!
StagePage is going to allow you to FINALLY clean out your junk drawer & toss all of those old school photo albums.