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More on the Web to Love: PALO Creative Launches Three New Sites

In Uncategorized on December 22, 2011 by PALO creative

PALO Creative is excited to announce the launch of its most recent web design work. The full-service advertising and web design agency has released new websites for The Youngstown Foundation, Warren-based Color3 and Canfield-based Trailex.

“Each one of our websites are custom made for our clients and these three are no exception,” said PALO Interactive Director, Nick Miller. “We took three very different companies with three very different target audiences and built web ‘experiences’ around their individual goals.”

The Youngstown Foundation site takes into consideration the demographics of possible donors while also showcasing the foundation’s longstanding history in the community. PALO donated a portion of the development costs back to the foundation. To view the site, visit http://www.youngstownfoundation.org/

The Color3 website was all about visuals. Color3 is an embroidery service provider with clients nationwide. In order to truly convey the quality of their talents, the website had to use color, fabric and patterns as stimulants. To view the site, visit http://www.color3.com/

Trailex’s LED site was developed as a Content Management Solution site. It allows Trailex’s management team to have complete control over the content and be able to update and change things on the fly. The company needed to be able to quickly change their product specifications and add multimedia to make sure potential customers had the most up to date information possible. To view the site, visit http://www.trailexled.com/

 

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