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Beyond Web Design: Why Digital Marketing Matters

  Studies show the average person touches his or her smartphone 2,617 times per day, and Americans spend more than 10 hours a day in front of a screen. That means not only does your company have to be online, but you need to have a strong digital presence. The first step to a robust digital presence is having a well-designed and user-friendly website. At S2N, we understand how important your website is, and we build custom, engaging sites for clients of all sizes. However, when it comes to driving business for your company, it doesn’t end there. Equally as important is having a strategic digital marketing plan. Digital Marketing While your website will provide your customers with an experience, digital marketing is the avenue to drive people to get there. Think of your website as the hub for all of your value-added content, and digital marketing is what drives... Read More »

New Website Design for Nobody Lower

Memphis-based S2N Design recently launched a new website design for Nobody Lower. The process began with designing a logo for the online retailer who currently specializes in selling primarily kitchen items. After attempting to use an online logo generation company, Nobody Lower decided enlist the help of S2N Design because of our focus on long-term branding. We also use a three-step process of looking at the mark, typeface and lastly colors in order to develop a logo. Wanting to capitalize on their affordable prices, we incorporated an arrow to indicate their bottom line price tags and used shades of blue, green and grey. From there, we began designing their website design. The site is built on a BigCommerce platform, which is robust with analytics. It also has metrics for what people are buying and how often as well as marketing tools such as sending abandoned cart emails to customers. With hundreds... Read More »

S2N Brings Home a 2017 Memphis Addy Award

The S2N team proudly brought home a Silver Medal at the 2017 American Advertising Federation Memphis ADDY Awards held February 25, 2017 at Propceller in the Broad Avenue Arts District in Memphis. The Silver Medal award was earned for S2N’s PR kit designed for client Tru-D SmartUVC. “We are proud to be recognized for this unique PR kit that proved to be a useful and critical piece for our clients to use in their national media relations efforts,” said Michael Nunn, President of S2N. “While S2N is traditionally known for our web design capabilities, this demonstrates our ability to think outside the box on any type of creative project and deliver beyond expectations.”   A spinoff of Tru-D’s whiteboard video, the kit promoted a newly-published, CDC-funded randomized clinical trial on the UV disinfection robot company based in Memphis. Sent to the top 30 media outlets throughout the U.S., the kit... Read More »

Memphis Web Design: A New Tune for Resource Entertainment Group

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Memphis Web Design: New Huey’s Site is a Ton of Fun

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Memphis Web Design: Launch of New Shannon Waterman Website

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Memphis Web Design Reveal: Humane Society of Memphis and Shelby County

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Memphis Web Design Alert: Southaven Chamber of Commerce

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Today’s big S2N Design website launch is a redesign that proves simple and streamlined is the way to go, even–and especially–when your website is content heavy. The Southaven Chamber of Commerce’s previous site was cluttered and dated, filled with paragraphs of text that few of their users had the time or inclination to read. They came to the web design team here at S2N to help them update the look of their site and increase its usefulness for both chamber members and the community alike. ...Read More

Web / Design News Round Up: January 11th-15th

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Web / Design News Round Up is back! This week we have a typography must read, some inspiring paper art, 2016 design predictions, and some new tech we are not so sure about yet.