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Denver, CO (PRWEB) December 29, 2012
Denver digital agency Elevated Third reported a successful end to 2012, with a number of new clients, several new additions to the agency team, a new location and expanded services. The full-service digital agency continues to grow in size and workload, extending its web design services to an array of industries in both the US and internationally.
In 2012, Elevated Third executed an extensive number of digital projects, creating both customized and scalable digital platforms for companies and organizations in the commercial, education, government and nonprofit industries. Projects completed this year include but are not limited to: updated back-end functionality for the Denver Botanic Gardens website, a new site for the Leadership and Learning Center (a division of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt), a microsite for Action Marketing and Harley Davidson, an application portal for Boulders University of Colorado Graduate School, and dynamic information platforms for Denver Public Works, the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) and Colorado Creative Industries. Other work from the past year can be seen at http://www.elevatedthird.com/work.
Each digital project that the agency develops is built using Drupal, an open-source content management system (CMS) that continues to prove itself sustainable in hosting content and diverse data types. Thanks to the flexibility of Drupal, Elevated Third further advanced its experience in working with responsive and mobile web development, as well as its experience in producing highly-customized ecommerce solutions for companies of an array of sizes. The agency anticipates successful work in further evolving the digital strategies for each of its long-term clients in 2013.
In response to a growing workload over the past year, Elevated Third added to its team, nearly doubling in size since the beginning of 2012. New hires over the past year include: project managers Harrison Liss and Heather Smyth, copywriter Lara Lemley, business manager Kimberly Vu, designer Jenna Gann, and developers Peter Weber, Justin Davis, James Nettik, Ryan Mulligan, Joe Meersman and Tommy Cox. Having secured and extended resources in each of its departments (web development, creative and project management), the digital agency is prepared to take on even more advanced projects in 2013.
Elevated Third moved into a larger office in Lower Downtown Denver (Lodo). Now located in the historic Denver City Cable Railway Building at 18th and Lawrence, the company has grounded its roots as an agency integral to Denvers digital advertising and web design and development industries. Elevated Third is a leading Drupal web development agency in Denver, whose advanced development team continues to contribute modules, themes and information to the Drupal community as it continues to evolve.
The Denver agency this year announced the extension of its services to include content and social media strategy. Aligned with the information architecture and UX design phases of most projects, Elevated Thirds services for digital communication strategy have granted many of its clients the ability to fine-tune their messaging to better focus on specific user needs.
Founded in 2005, Elevated Third is a leading digital agency in Denver, Colorado. Through its unique combination of user-centered creative and open-source technology, Elevated Third is recognized for its digital marketing solutions that integrate intuitive user experience design using Drupal. The agency provides a variety of other award-winning services, including branding and usability and SEO consulting. For more information, visit elevatedthird.com, the company's Facebook page, or follow @elevatedthird.
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