Our Work

Web Design

999 Peachtree Street

The websites for 999 Peachtree Street and Warehouse Row were designed to help redefine and revitalize destinations in downtown Atlanta and Chattanooga, Tennessee. In additional to integrating a content management system giving the client the ability to update the sites, WSITS incorporated Google-based maps to highlight the amenities in the surrounding communities. Read More

Academy Bus

Academy Bus is a major provider of commuter transportation in New Jersey and a major charter service provider in the mid-Atlantic and New England. However, its website was out-of-date and did not reflect its reach. WSITS redesigned and restructured the site to give it a modern look and provide easy access to purchasing commuter tickets, casino tickets and charter quotes. We also set up and manage a pay-per-click ad campaign focused on commuter services. The campaign presents customized ads to searchers within a 10-mile radius of each town along Academy’s commuter routes. Videos were produced for the site and repurposed as cable television buys. Read More

Bay Area Network

WSITS built a customized social network for alumni of Stevens Institute of Technology. The site allows registrants to establish profiles, communicate with one another, and keep abreast of technology developments and events relevant to their industry. Connectors to Facebook and LinkedIn allow users to create and access their BAN profile without inputting new credentials or information Read More

Blue Ocean Energy

Exxon Mobil wanted a website to educate the public and officials about a planned liquefied natural gas (LNG) platform off the coast of New Jersey. The site emphasized the benefits and the necessity of natural gas as well as the significant precautions the company was taking to protect both the environment and area residents. The project has since been dropped as Exxon focuses on other natural gas projects. Read More

Campaign for Disability Employment

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Campaign for Disability Employment wanted to expand its reach and engagement on social media. WSITS created an editorial calendar that highlighted dates important to the disability community - such as the anniversary of the ADA – and tracked relevant current events, then crafted content aimed at attracting fans and followers and getting them to participate in the conversation. WSITS also recommended organizations and individuals to connect with on the various social platforms. Short advertising flights on Facebook targeted toward users with an interest in disabilities -- indicated either by their self-identified interests or other pages they liked – also helped raise awareness of the campaign. After 10 months, the number of Likes on Facebook had increased 251 percent; the number of followers on Twitter had increased 927 percent and the members of the LinkedIn group had increased 55 percent. Most posts on Facebook are seen by 25 percent to 50 percent of the more than 16,000 users who have liked the page. Read More

Children's Aid and Family Services

Children’s Aid and Family Services needed an effective way to expand its audience of volunteers, donors and supporters. WSITS proposed e-newsletters to deliver targeted messages in a consistent and persuasive way to keep the agency on the minds of these audiences. The e-newsletters recycled positive news coverage, recruited attendees and volunteers for upcoming events, and told the stories of the agency’s volunteers and the children they help. WSITS also filmed a PSA featuring adoptee Darryl McDaniels (DMC of Run DMC) on the value of becoming foster parents and adoptive parents. Read More

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