Posted in InHaus Media on August 05, 2011 by Bill Smith
New Website Showcases Growing Portfolio of Companies and Real Estate Development Projects
– InHaus Media is pleased to announce the launch of the newly redesigned R.J. Finlay & Co. website, RJFinlayCo.com
The website was designed to highlight R.J. Finlay & Co.’s large portfolio of real estate, construction and building materials companies, as well as showcase its extensive portfolio of real estate development projects. The redesigned site embodies the company’s forward-thinking vision and commitment to excellence by using clean and sophisticated design elements, a robust content management system, a filterable catalog of real estate projects, streamlined project search and intuitive navigation.
RJFinlayCo.com marks the fifth website InHaus Media has designed for the R.J.Finlay & Co. family of companies in the past year. The previous four R.J. Finlay & Co. websites include ConcentricRE (concentricre.com
), A.B. Lloyd Construction (ablloyd.com
), American Housing Initiatives (ahinit.com
) and the June 2011 launch of TCAM’s new website (tcamre.com
Posted in InHaus Media on June 22, 2011 by Bill Smith
InHaus Media designed a website for our friend and movie star, William Sanderson, a while back (www.williamsanderson.net). If you're not familiar with William Sanderson by name, you'll surely recognize him in the many movie and television roles he's played over the years, from Larry (my brother Darryl, my other brother Darryl) to Blade Runner, HBO's True Blood & Deadwood, and most recently the groundbreaking Bar Karma.
Recently I was rummaging through some pics on my computer and came across a picture of myself with William Sanderson and Kris Kristofferson on location in Vermont during the filming of "Disappearances". My stream-of-consciousness mind lead me to Google William on images.google and see if our site pops up. To my surprise we made the "32 Gorgeous Celebrity Websites" list. Okay so it was from 2009, but hey it was still a fun discovery.
Posted in InHaus Media on May 17, 2011 by Bill Smith
InHaus Media is proud to announce two new clients - RSI of Kansas City, MO and TCAM Asset Management of Boston, MA. Projects include redesigning their existing websites, development of new CMS (Content Management System) websites - and redeveloping existing site content for one client to make it more SEO friendly. We're very excited about these new clients - projects are underway so check back soon to see the new and improved websites.
Even though we're a New Hampshire Web Design company, we're always very excited to get new clients from all across the nation!
Posted in InHaus Media on May 16, 2011 by Bill Smith
We're getting excited about this year's VT/NH Marketing Group's 21st Annual Conference. In my exciting session, Website Redesign - Is it Time For a New View on June 3rd, I'll explore the reasons why many companies decide to redesign their websites, and why a redesign might actually be the wrong choice for the success of your website, as well as the strategy behind determining if your website really does qualify for a design overhaul and to what extent. I’ll look at the process of implementing a redesign to an existing site and examine the before-and-after of several website redesign projects to see what the benefits and downfalls have proven to be.
To register for this exciting event, click here. Bill Smith is a VT/NH Marketing Group Board Member.
Posted in InHaus Media on July 12, 2010 by Kristina
Whew, it's been quite the eCommerce summer here at InHaus Media. We just finished launching 2 exciting new eCommerce websites, Inkubus Haberdashery and Rainbow's End Quilt Shoppe. The technology behind these eCommerce sites is amazingly powerful and will give our clients increased control over every facet of their stores; from merchandising to promotions and more. Some of the powerful tools include one page checkout, multiple images per product, product zoom, Google Site Map, meta-information for product categories, flexible coupons and promotional pricing, A/B and multivariate testing, detailed customer accounts, order management, and so much more. Today's consumers want it all and they want it yesterday -and they don't have the time or patience to shop stores that aren't super fast, convenient and consumer-centric.