We understand what it takes to build a website that converts for your business using advanced UX design concepts and SEO ranking techniques.
Our 20-year track record in an ever-shifting and evolving marketplace helps us recognize unforeseen business opportunities while simultaneously delivering unprecedented results. Because of that, we’ve been ranked as the #1 web designer in Denver by Clutch.
We take the time to understand our client’s needs at a higher level than our competition. This attention to detail is applied to massive, multi-million dollar, world wide companies all the way down to a celebrated local business.
Below is a list of some of the biggest clients we’ve worked with.
When Colorado School of Mines decided to develop a new online resource to connect journalists and the public with news, events, and resources on the university’s campus, they chose Newmedia to handle the job. We provided complete website design, web development, and website hosting for this Colorado institution.
Six Flags came all the way from Texas to work with Newmedia in Denver for a complete website redesign and Drupal development. They wanted a modern look and feel, a new strategy to present related content, a better way to add and edit content, and of course a better overall experience for mobile and desktop users. All of which needed be defined, designed and delivered within a very short timeline in order to have the new site up and running before their parks opened.
The new Delta Sky Club website portal, designed and developed from scratch by Newmedia, allows Delta passengers who go online in any of their Sky Club lounges across the U.S. to quickly get news, weather & stock market information, in addition to tracking flights on any airline (not just Delta!), searching directly in Google, and getting maps and driving directions to/from any address on Earth – all from one page, easily managed by Delta with the super-simple Drupal CMS administrative control panel.
Western Sugar chose Newmedia based upon our previous work with the Almond Board of California. They wanted to make some sort of interactive animation for their sugar beet process similar to the Almond Lifecycle as well as the responsive and scrolling animation used on the site.
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