We’ve been solving marketing and business problems since 2004. Through the years, there’s one common thread that keeps us ahead of the curve:
The specifics of what each Clickfarmer gives a big damn about varies. Separately, we value things like client relationships, design details, server performance or conversion rates. Collaboratively, we use the lenses of our passions and expertise to create Damn Good Digital as solutions to the problems you give the biggest damn about.
None of this enthusiasm, expertise or appetite for challenges would exist if we didn't give a big damn about furthering the success of our clients and the state of the web.
We've got a unique chemistry that gives us an edge. But we also firmly believe in the old trope, “High tides raise all ships”. That's why we write about how we feel our industry as a whole can make better work. That's why we speak at leading interactive conferences to spread the word of Damn Good Digital.
As responsive design and progressive enhancement become mainstream design practices, the decades old approach of using Adobe Photoshop to comp up page designs for clients is becoming increasingly irrelevant.
This presentation looks at some "post-Photoshop" design practices and how they might fit into a designer's workflow. Additionally, Jeremy will share how a new design workflow has worked for his team at Clickfarm and how clients have received this new way of looking at their projects.
Clickfarm Interactive, a digital strategy, design and development agency announced today a new partnership with Harvesters-The Community Food Network, the regional Feeding America food bank. Clickfarm will support the not-for-profit brand’s digital channels, including the build of a new website, virtual food drive application and some social media specific applications – all with the intent of bringing more visibility and giving to the organization.
The University of Kansas has named Clickfarm Interactive Inc. as its agency of record related to a five-year, $24.5 million dollar grant project. The project is to roll out a new School-Wide Integrated Framework for Transformation, or SWIFT, program. The Kansas City-based digital marketing firm will lead SWIFT’s marketing and brand identity strategy and be charged with developing SwiftSchools.org and other communication avenues during the five years.
16 million American kids live in households that struggle to put food on the table - that’s 1 in 5! In fact, nearly 50% of SNAP (food stamps) recipents are kids. As part of the Farm Bill in 2013, the House of Representatives proposed cutting $40 billion in cuts to the program. If the bill passes, 4–6 million individuals would lose their SNAP benefits entirely and 210,000 would lose free school meals.
Clickfarm stepped in to create SNAPWorks.org - a fully responsive website to help drive awareness around the issue, facilitate the conversation on social media and provide an outlet for every day Americans to share their perspective with their Congressmen.
We don't want to go on all day telling you about ourselves. We want to hear about you.
How can we help you use digital to create the results you give a big damn about?
Get in touch with us today.
Let's see if we can give a big damn together.