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Coming soon: more detailed information on our Website portfolio. In the meantime, here is a partial list of sites we have done:
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Client: WordStuff Communications
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WordStuff Communications is a full-service communications firm that handles design, layout, and content for newsletters, flyers, brochures, reports, and the World Wide Web. (Its logo was created by us based on the graphic designer's inside joke that publications using too many fonts resemble a "ransom note".)
Kuru developed this site from scratch and produced all the content in conjunction with WordStuff. We also created a business card and stationery.
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Client: Ancestral Art
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Ancestral Art develops and sells decorative metal sculpture inspired by primitive art, such as petroglyphs, pictographs, and ceramics. This site is quite large, having approximately 75 separate pages.
The Ancestral Art site relies extensively on JavaScript to make each link active -- move the mouse onto a link and a box pops up telling you what the link is and what content can be found by following it. When the mouse is moved off the link the pop-up box vanishes. The pop-ups eliminate a lot of the guesswork involved in navigating a site this large and complex.
Kuru developed this site from scratch, produced all the content, and created stationary and two business cards.
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Client: East Coast Unimog
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East Coast Unimog (ECU) imports and sells military surplus four-wheel drive vehicles manufactured by Mercedes-Benz for NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization).
ECU wanted a site that would allow customers to learn more about the admittedly unusual vehicles, its unique pre-sales inspection and tune-up work, and the parts and accessories for sale, but at the same time would not break its piggybank. This meant we concentrated on writing instead of fancy graphics.
[Note: Work on this site has been temporarily halted at the client's request. The client temporarily lacks the time to collaborate with us on further development, but is quite pleased with the site so far and we expect to complete it soon.]
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Client: AMB Deer Processing
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AMB Deer Processing specializes in converting hunters' legally taken deer into food for the table -- steaks, chops, ground meat, smoked meat products, etc. Its skill and reputation have made it one of the largest professional deer processors in New Jersey.
Like any vendor, AMB Deer wanted a way to allow customers to find out more about its services without relying on the telephone. AMB Deer did not have a great deal of money to spend, so we created a Website based on textual content. Kuru developed this site from scratch and produced all the content, and also created a business card and logo.
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This Site Last Updated: Sunday, January 27, 2002
This Page Last Updated: Sunday January 20, 2002
Kuru Heavy Industries
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