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Explorer, world traveler, author, and speaker, Kevin DeVries is a one-of-a-kind guy who helps men reinterpret the pain that they have experienced in life so that they can see the destiny and the glory that they were born for. The C.F.E. design team had the great privilege to create a new, powerful brand for Kevin’s non-profit organization called Grace Explorations.
The brand, like the stories Kevin tells in his talks, needed to call the audience out into the unknown, into adventure. Once the brand was created, we reorganized the content from his previous site, and laid it out with imagery to match the brand and Kevin’s goals. It turned out beautifully! We continue to maintain the site for Kevin so that he can focus on doing what he loves.
Superior Asset Recovery
Superior Asset Recovery is a growing company that sold primarily on just one e-commerce channel. To test the waters in working with us, they engaged us for an SEO project to help drive leads to their business.
We went to work building a site for them, and within about 8 months, their phone was ringing and the email leads were coming in. We’ve helped them score a couple of huge deals, and they love us for it.
In fact, they liked working with us so much that they came back and asked us to not only rebuild their ecommerce site (in progress), but to help them put together a multi-channel fulfillment system to help them take their sales to the next level while helping them streamline their business.
From tinting windows to decals to stereo systems and remote starters, Design Rides is easily the best auto accessories shop within a 50+ mile radius. They were in need of a new website to match the level of work that they do in and out of their shop… and that’s what Scepter provided.
Owner Art Theusch speaks around the country on Building Information Modeling (BIM) which is essentially 3D model for large-scale construction projects. His company, Collaborative CG, is on the cutting edge of this technology and therefore needed to take their branding to the next level.
We worked with them to craft a brand and capture their voice and then translated that brand to a website to showcase their ongoing work with hospitals, universities, and large commercial building projects.
With their goods being mostly sold on 3rd party marketplaces like Amazon.com, Isle Revive wanted to add some legitimacy to their brand by having a professional, functional website. Unfortunately, their previous website was simply not getting the job done, and so they awarded Scepter the project.
Not only did we create a simple yet beautiful website for Isle Revive, we also integrated it with their Fulfillment center, Authorize.net, and SellerCloud to make their processes streamlined and efficient.
An advanced project relying heavily on machine learning through Amazon Web Service’s Lambda framework, Faceshield seeks to protect our identities in the age of facial recognition software. The online app is an Instagram-like filter you can apply to your photos that blocks face detection online. It adds noise to specific regions of your face such as eyes, nose or jaw line to ‘fool’ a face detector into thinking there is no face in the photo.
Faceshield has been featured in Science Daily, The Economic Times, Venture Beat, and more. We are ecstatic to have had to opportunity to bring this exiting new technology to the world through working directly with the founders of Faceshield.
Before they started working with us, Diamond Emotions had a custom-coded site that was state-of-the-art when it was done. Unfortunately for them, several years had elapsed, and their site had become quite outdated.
Our team went to work building them a new site on WordPress making it much easier for them to manage their inventory. We took it a few steps further by partnering with them to build sites for some of their retail customers and built a mechanism to sync 1000+ products from the Diamond Emotions site to their customers’ sites to help them sell more product.
Crappy Childhood Fairy
Crappy Childhood Fairy (http://crappychildhoodfairy.com) Successful entrepreneur Anna Runkle, wanted to start a side project to help people who suffered through terrible childhoods. She created a video course and needed a website set up around it to take payments, manage memberships and course access, and make sure the entire launch of her passion project went off without a hitch. And we made that happen for her.