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The Rabbit Round Up: March

Cara Ogar March 30, 2012 Rabbit Round-up 1 Comment

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March has been an exciting month at Jackrabbit, filled with newness. We’ve welcomed a new intern, Rebecca, who is a great addition to the team. Our web designer, Jason, welcomed his first daughter, Scarlett, and allowed all of us to gush at photos of her. Of course, we’ve also started a few new relationships and projects, giving our clients something new to work with. Read on to learn about some of the latest happenings.

Rabbit Round-Up:

Going GreenStreamline

Industry: Social Commerce

My favorite projects at Jackrabbit are the ones that are impacted by the whole team. GreenStreamline is definitely one of those projects, and everyone at Jackrabbit is thrilled to see the site enter beta testing starting next week. GreenStreamline.com is a social commerce website that focuses on the Green community. Jackrabbit has been incredibly excited about the project from the beginning, because of everything it has to offer – it was a chance to really flex our user experience and design skills, and push the development boundaries. The site is extremely robust in functionality and incredibly clean and simple in design – not an easy feat.

The Journey to the Future State

Industry: IT

We could not be more excited about the new relationship we have with one of the biggest brands in information technology, the CIO Executive Council. We’ve recently begun working with the Council in various roles, such as rethinking their overall marketing strategy and messaging, and developing the collateral that comes along with that. We are anxious to start showcasing some of the changes that we’ve been collaborating on, and I’ll be sure to keep everyone in the loop during the coming months.

An Investment Management Firm and it’s Fund

Industry: Financial

Jackrabbit launched the new Corbyn Investment Management and Greenspring Fund websites just last week. They are really two different sites – one for the firm itself, and another for the fund it is known for, the Greenspring Fund. The design of the site is really interesting – it needed to be professional and classic, but we wanted to make it stand out from other sites in their industry. The colors, photography and general user experience all work together to accomplish this.

Next month we are looking forward to…

  • Getting feedback from all of the GreenStreamline beta users
  • Seeing the Mayflower Brewing website evolve to incorporate e-commerce
  • Heading down to Marco Island for the annual CIO Executive Council Leadership Event

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