Saltwater Software

After working with “Destinations, Districts and Associations” for over a decade, The Ocean Group has developed an all-in-one website platform to help these marketers manage and maintain their customer and visitor data. Allowing for greater visibility, enhanced productivity and more informed marketing decisions. The goal being, provide these marketers the tools to become the “got-to […]

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Hollywood & Highland

Hollywood & Highland is more than a mall – it’s an entertainment destination. From LA’s best theaters to Hollywood’s hottest nightclubs, from live concerts to major movie premieres and the Academy Awards, and from the world-famous Walk of Fame to stunning views of the Hollywood sign… Hollywood & Highland is the epicenter of Hollywood. Even

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The LA Fashion District

If anyone understands the deep need for reinvention, it’s the LA Fashion District. As Downtown Los Angeles enjoys its revitalization, the Fashion District also recognized the need to expand and enhance their image as well. Hungry to show their diverse retailers, vibrant neighborhoods, and artistic forces, the Fashion District needed a website that could deliver

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Peak Stock Car Dream Challenge

Life in the fast lane is a good description of what we did for Peak Stock Car Dreams. This contest and sweepstakes included “gamified” content to encourage participation, and the results were so successful that we met our interaction goals only halfway through the project. We integrated the Youtube API for video upload and delivery

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2014: A year of change for web design

The only thing you can count on is change. That’s doubly true of web design. We ran across some interesting and smart observations from Envato founder and CEO, Collis Ta’eed. He purports exciting times ahead for web design and he does this by understanding the larger picture, accurately noticing what’s working and, more importantly, what’s

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