We work with organizations of all kinds, from mom-and-pop operations to global brands. We treat them all with equal attention, because at the end of the day, we are working with people who have goals to accomplish. No project is too small for consideration.
Our work illustrates our understanding of our client's goals and our best foot forward on helping to achieve them. Ultimately, our work represents the relationships we have developed with our clients, many of whom become repeat customers with additional projects.
The examples below show a small sampling of the work we've completed over the years. We'd love to add your project to our portfolio, so be sure to get in touch after you've had a chance to peruse our work.
Dovetail Consulting Group provides compliance program strategy and development for life sciences corporations. To stand out from their competitors Dovetail turned to Edgeworks Creative to develop their smart, modern brand. We designed all of Dovetail Consulting Group’s branded materials including their website, conference booth, promotional giveaways, and their printed and digital corporate collateral.
Dovetail Consulting Group worked with Edgeworks Creative to design a website that was modern and clean. They wanted to employ some design elements that expressed modernity such as parallax scrolling effects. The end result is a website that lets them stand out from their competitors and help drive new business.
Michelin Tire provides training on their premium tires around the world for staff, sales associates, and technicians. Edgeworks Creative developed an app-based digital training system for Michelin for on-boarding new employees and for students who attend one of Michelin’s instructor-led classroom courses or driving experiences. The system includes a custom eLearning tablet training system and website, MSTConline.com. All components of the training system are offered in both English and French.
Vermont-NEA is Vermont’s largest union. They worked with Edgeworks Creative to craft an information and content strategy including information design, custom website design, refreshed logo, brand collateral design, and marketing pieces. Vermont-NEA has been a repeat customer with two websites over eight years, which speaks volumes about the ease of use of the Edgeworks CMS and how we have been able to meet their brand and marketing needs over the years.
Alexion Pharmaceuticals worked with Edgeworks Creative for an update to their overall look for thier compliance training materials. While still conforming to the company’s branding standard, we developed three compliance guides with a fresh new design aesthetic. In addition, we created a variety of companion materials to accompany the guides including several brochures. To reach Alexion’s global audience, all pieces were produced in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Turkish, and Japanese.
BFGoodrich Tires utilized our tablet training system and a customized app for their Are You Driver Enough? Tour, a driving experience delivered in 25 cities across the US and Canada from a branded 18-wheel semi truck. The training system included a website for an invite-only experience, an on-site eLearning tablet network, a custom mobile app that included gamification, and beacon-aware content to make the student experience fun and engaging. All training components were available in both French and English.
Edgeworks Creative has extensive experience in providing websites and branding for education institutions and the Edgeworks CMS for Schools has been well-received. If you are considering a new website for your school please do reach out and talk with us about your project.
We worked with the Lamoille South Supervisory Union (LSSU) to craft identity and brand assets for LSSU that included a brand standard now employed in all of their communications. Each school in the union has its own identity, but there is consistency across schools that makes it clear they are part of a larger whole. The district and union logos feature the well-known buildings they are housed in.
The Lamoille South Supervisory Union encompasses two school districts, seven schools and an early childhood education program. LSSU chose to work with Edgeworks Creative to create a three-site webring that provides at-the-ready information across all the schools in the districts for parents, students, teachers and community members and it allows the Supervisory Union to publish across the districts and schools.
Waterbury is undergoing two significant transportation and infrastructure projects—the Route 100 Repaving Project and the Main Street Reconstruction Project. Both affect local businesses over the course of two -year projects. Revitalizing Waterbury approached Edgeworks Creative to develop a new website to provide project updates, support, and information to area residents, businesses, and visitors. We developed a fresh, upbeat brand and a bright informative website to highlight resources available for area businesses during the construction.
Revitalizing Waterbury (RW) is a local non-profit with a mission to preserve, promote and enhance the economic, historic and social vitality of Waterbury, Vermont for residents, businesses and visitors alike. They have chosen to work with Edgeworks Creative to design and develop multiple website properties, event marketing materials and advertisements. We have been fortunate to work with such a great organization that has meaningful impacts in our local community and we volunteer time in support of the good work they do.
We have been working with Swedish Institute for almost 20 years now, providing graphic design services including logo design, catalog design and production, promotional brochures, student text books, forms, direct mail campaigns, program flyers, email newsletters, and environmental graphics.
Discover Waterbury is a site geared toward visitors of Waterbury, VT. It provides a map-centric business locator, a calendar of events for the community, itineraries for adventurous travelers and more. In addition to the website Edgeworks Creative also designed the Discover Waterbury Guide, an annual printed guide with distribution across the state. Orignially the Discover Waterbury website and guide were under the direction of what was then the Waterbury Tourism Council (WTC). In 2016 Revitalizing Waterbury (RW) took over the responsibilities of the WTC and with the release of a new wesbite for RW, the administration of both websites is now managed in a single place, streamlining the process of sharing information across sites.
New England Culinary Institute (NECI) worked with Edgeworks Creative to craft a new website and a content strategy that included information design, responsive website design, and search engine marketing. The website we developed for NECI is representative of the dynamic responsive sites Edgeworks Creative builds for our clients. The success of the search engine marketing campaigns has led to increased student interest and applications for the school.
The Guest Relations Association (GRA) consists of companies and corporations across all industries who host customers and visitors through some type of unique experience in the form of a tour of their museum, factory or visitor center.
Member companies include household brands such as Coca-Cola, Nike, Honda, Toyota, Ben & Jerry's, BMW and many more.
When the GRA decided to create a new website for their members they chose to work with Edgeworks Creative. The website involves an administrative back-end that includes automated invoicing and payments processing, allowing the GRA to manage memberships to the organization and the annual conference.
I was at the annual conference a couple of weeks ago and everybody loved the new site and how much easier it was to navigate and how professional it looked.