A brand-new logo and a fresh, modern design better reflect the progressive outlook of Historic Columbia, an organization that works to preserve our city's historic places. We consolidated disparate microsites for historic properties to unify the brand, and created a task-focused navigation that lets users easily donate, volunteer, join the organization, or rent a venue. Self-guided, interactive neighborhood tours—incorporating video, old photographs, and personal anecdotes—are accessible via phone or tablet, allowing Columbians to connect with their hometown's history in a 21st century way.
Cyberwoven joined forces with the United Way of the Midlands in their mission “to unite people and resources to improve the quality of life in the Midlands.” Through a simplified navigation, streamlined giving process, social media integration, and responsive design, Cyberwoven transformed the United Way's web presence from informational to engaging—boosting online giving, recruiting new volunteers, renewing existing supporters' commitment and increasing awareness of the myriad ways they're making life better for everyone.
As part of a broad-based rebranding effort, Midlands Technical College engaged Cyberwoven to rebuild their 15-year-old website. In just nine months, we completely overhauled the MTC site, starting with web infrastructure. We developed a more intuitive navigation for the site, changing labels to reflect common language found on other college websites, instead of in internal MTC departments. A modular, responsive design allows the flexibility to connect related pieces of content. Syndicating content throughout the site in sidebar panels providing users with multiple opportunities to find content they're looking for and stumble upon surprises they aren't. Throughout the site, success stories showcase the achievements of real MTC students and alumni, while photography of real MTC students brings the MTC brand to life. A prominent Career Guide allows students to see various paths to different careers on the new and improved MTC website.
Colonial Life improved client education with new, company-branded microsites managed by Sitecore. Employees can now educate themselves about Colonial Life’s products and learn more about their employer-provided benefits in one place. In addition, a quick survey enables employees to get specific product recommendations based on their age and lifestyle. All of this leads to more informed and focused one-on-one counseling sessions.
In partnership with Demandware, Cyberwoven developed responsive designs for a series of websites that let outdoor enthusiasts quickly purchase gear from any device. The sites incorporate broad e-commerce functionality, including preview panes, multiple views, comparison tools, and social sharing options.