Samples and Case Studies

National Air Filter: National Air Filter is a U.S. leader in a field with a reach that few people appreciate. In addition to ensuring pristine air quality in cleanrooms (those labs you've seen, with the people in the white clothes and booties), NAF provides filtration products and services in areas such as medicine, fiber-optics, and auto manufacturing (no kidding). When they needed a website to complement their new marketing initiative, we did our best to provide a breath of fresh air.
Brownstone Management: A full-service real estate company based in Park Slope, Brooklyn. Each member of the team had prior website development experience. This meant that our essential role was to help guide the finalization of their excellent design concepts and content, and then implement it all in a way that makes the site a pleasure to manage... and visit.
Financial Sources: A firm dedicated to the financial well-being of its Lehigh Valley, PA, clients. FSI understands the role of technology relative to experience--servant, not master.
Restaurant Guys Chocolate: Mark Pascal and Francis Schott are the Restaurant Guys, hosts of the best food-talk radio show and podcast in the U.S. (but of course we're biased). In late 2008, they decided to turn their 'obsessive and decadent nature to the production of fine chocolate.' And not just any chocolate. This stuff is intense, dark, brooding, and textured. Their e-commerce site, on the other hand, is clean, clear, and easy to navigate (but of course we're biased).
The Restaurant Guys: Before there was Restaurant Guys Chocolate, naturally, there were the Restaurant Guys. Given the success of the Stage Left and Catherine Lombardi websites, it was no surprise that Francis and Mark tapped us for the care and feeding of the site for their new venture, a radio show called The Restaurant Guys. Podcasting quickly followed, and the rest is history...being made.
The Alert Executive: Josh Blackman, a successful self-described 'serial entrepreneur,' has been a client since 1998, on various print- and Web-based ventures. He saw the Alert Executive as a marriage of the two, and called on us to design and implement both components. The newsletter has since passed on, but the site and print design live on.
Catherine Lombardi Restaurant: After 12 years of co-owning and operating Stage Left Restaurant, one of the most highly-rated Contemporary American Restaurants in New Jersey, Mark Pascal and his partners opened Catherine Lombardi Restaurant as a culinary homage to Mark's grandma. About the food, they say 'We start with the best and we take no shortcuts. That's what sets us apart.' And that goes for the website, too.
Home Plus Contracting: After a number of years with static pages, Robert Marcano thought his site's bits, bytes, and pixels ought to better demonstrate the striking results of his handiwork with hammers, nails, and saws. We created a suite of Flash montages for him; one is on the home page; the others are under 'Galleries'.
New Brunswick Summer Nights: In the Summer of 2008, a group of businesses in New Brunswick NJ, came up with a plan to stimulate the local bon vivant economy. They knew who to call to get it done elegantly, quickly, and on budget.
Ogden Associates: An online identity and development project that came together really well. We helped Janet Murphy, Ogden's president, bring her great logo and color scheme onto the Web. A site that captures the character of a fine company.
Stage Left Restaurant: Like many of our clients, Stage Left had a website that just wasn't doing enough for them. In 2001, we revamped it on the back end to be as efficient as a six-armed sous chef, and manage it to this day.
Milford Management: We assisted this stalwart New York City firm in first taking its marketing message online, and, when the time came for an overhaul of the look and an upgrade in functionality, we were there to help.
Acorn Paralegal Services: Over time, we found that an increasing amount of our editorial work was tipping into the realm of the paralegal. So we launched this subsidiary as a unique brand, headed by Jane Heeckt.
Liberty View: This luxury building's existing website needed white-glove reconditioning and management, as well as a reliable site manager.
Bristol Plaza: One of Manhattan's finest addresses finds a new home on the Web. We upgraded Bristol's home-page images with a Flash montage, to better present the elegance within.
Legal Opt-In: LOI, serving marketers in the legal field, had a site that didn't match the company's goals and offline performance. We optimized the navigation, contact forms, and back-end data handling; we also manage the site.
Diabetes and Life Insurance: Michael Hitcho sensed a need in the financial market for an insurance broker tuned specifically to the needs of people with diabetes. He was happy with his existing design, but not with his designer or webmaster. We were happy to help him out.