Getting S.M.A.R.T.E.R. – Setting Goals for Websites
When we create websites, we often know what we want the ultimate outcome to be. For some site owners, this goal may be “To outperform our competitors”, or “To have a great website”, or even “To give visitors a great experience.” The best website design firms focus on creating SMARTER websites that are functional, attractive, […]
Solutions to Employee Burnout and Disengagement
In an article published by the Baton Rouge Business Report, Brian discusses how he keeps his team from feeling burnt out and disengaged. To read the original article, click here. The breaking point – Employee burnout and disengagement are on the rise.
Gatorworks Hired to Redesign RonaldReagan.com
Gatorworks, the award-winning web design team from Baton Rouge, recently redesigned the website for former President Ronald Reagan: www.RonaldReagan.com. The website will be used to help promote the 2011 Republican Leadership Conference and Reagan Centennial Celebration to be held in New Orleans later this year.
Big Presence for Gatorworks at Southern Republican Leadership Conference
Our team has been working tirelessly over the last several months for one of our largest clients of the year: The Southern Republican Leadership Conference (SRLC). We had the pleasure of handling all the design work for the conference including (but not limited to) the conference logo, printed program design (80 pages), various direct mail pieces, apparel design, poster design, press backdrop design, directional signage, and of course an interactive website.
Happy Mardi Gras from Gatorworks
Last week I had the pleasure of attending Mele Printing’s 7th Annual “Krewe of Kookies and Kakes” where I had the opportunity to make my very own king cake! The day started off with a quick meet and greet with the 20 or so other business professionals participating in the king cake class.
2010 Here We Come!
I wanted to take the opportunity to thank all our clients and strategic partners for a great year. We were fortunate to work with a number of really wonderful people and highly successful companies. We look forward to an exciting 2010!
LIVE Blog: BarCamp NOLA 2009
11:20AM I’m here at day 2 of BarCamp NOLA 2009 in the LaunchPad building. We’re in concept meetings to discuss a system that would recruit and mobilize volunteers for the Greater New Orleans public schools. We think we want a system that will showcase current volunteer efforts as well as help communicate how prospective volunteers can get involved.
Gatorworks Creative Director to Speak at WordCamp Conference
Gatorworks Creative Director to Speak at Conference
Baton Rouge Twestival to be Hosted by Gatorworks
Gatorworks’ very own David Link is organizing the first ever Baton Rouge Twestival. We’re in the middle of lining up a venue for the event scheduled for February 12, 2009. This event will act as both February’s #brtweetup (Baton Rouge Tweetup) as well as an opportunity to raise money for charity: water.
Baton Rouge Area Chamber Holiday Party
Where can you see Mayor-President Kip Holden dressed like Santa Clause and singing like Louie Armstrong? There’s only one place: The Baton Rouge Area Chamber Holiday Celebration. Gatorworks President Brian Rodriguez and I (both chamber members) attended the function held at Perkins Rowe in Baton Rouge.
Design Process: Pre-Production is King
Today I attended a meeting of the AAF Baton Rouge chapter, and I had a fairly eye-opening experience. I realized though I may work at a Graphic Design firm, I didn’t have any idea about any of the competition in the area. I really had no information from what I’ll call the “outside world”- meaning any company other than Gatorworks.