Web Development

For Berlin, good sites come
from thinking beyond the site.

Sure, the user experience your web site provides is important, but what happens after that? Whether the goal is to close sales online via e-commerce, attract inquiries, or just let people know more about your business, your site is critical to building a lasting relationship with your target. That’s why companies turn to a marketing and promotions agency like Berlin. Effective web sites require careful strategy and critical thinking, not just design and programming.

That said, we are masters of design and technology. Berlin has created online experiences since the days when many homes didn’t even have Internet access. Remember the online service Prodigy? Berlin designed some of their early user interfaces.

Today, our programmers can handle practically any web challenge — from e-commerce, registration systems and content management systems (CMSs) to online instant-win games and sweepstakes with social media integration. We know web technology, and we always have. At the same time, we’re champions of responsible web development, so we don’t add bells and whistles just for the sake of adding them.

Berlin launches into discovery before we start to design or build. We look at your business and brand challenges you’re facing, as well as your objectives, then we develop a content and design strategy to address them. While other companies build web sites, Berlin builds relationships.

Case Studies

  1. CDPHP Annual Report

    People might curl up with a good book, but they’re not likely to curl up with a good annual report ...

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  2. Pragmatix

    Berlin redesigned the site from the top down, with a clean, crisp, contemporary look.

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  3. Intel’s 101 Reasons WiMAX Contest

    Berlin developed a microsite that invited consumers to share what they would do — and where — using Clear WiMAX technology.

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  4. The Blue Book

    In its 100-year history, The Blue Book Building & Construction Network has evolved from a print directory company to an information and technology company, but maintained its focus on bringing buyers and sellers together.

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