Website Redesign - Gaber Marketing

Website Redesign SpinCar

SpinCar

Developing the Brand

Developing the Brand

Our first steps on this project were to develop a brand strategy, including a brand framework and benefits pyramid. After interviewing SpinCar about their processes and culture we were able to develop a new target audience and a brand message to appeals to their audience on an emotional level. This strategy gave us the blueprint for the website design.

The Responsive Website

The Responsive Website

A mobile friendly responsive website was built to keep up with the new devices and screen resolutions.  Because the website was built within a responsive framework, SpinCar can easily be viewed from a mobile phone, tablet, computer or even an HDTV. As the cost of HD televisions are continuing to go down, a lot more visitors are surfing the web through their TV sets.

The Concept

The Concept

The new SpinCar website concept was to create an environment that highlighted the values of a relationship while focusing on video and virtual reality presentations to highlight . The goal of the site was to create an easy way for the visitor to sign up for a free demo.  We are proud of the direction of this project. This was the first of a series of projects we developed for SpinCar to complete their complete marketing solution.

“In an industry full of terms that can seem like a foreign language, Devin Sardano of Gaber Marketing Studios is articulate and easy to communicate with — and that’s refreshing! I’ve worked with Devin, he’s a smart, creative energy with good ideas backed up by talent.”

-Anne Sabach, Sabach Design

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-Terrence Collins, Properties By Providence, LLC

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