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San Francisco-based digital agency, Marker Seven, has launched a complete redesign of Accuray.com, Accuray Incorporated’s primary corporate website. Accuray asked Marker Seven to develop a site that was cleaner and easier to use, both by website visitors and administrators.
“The new site does an excellent job of portraying Accuray as a high-tech company providing leading-edge solutions to our clients,” says Jim Caratozzolo, Senior Web Developer at Accuray. “The design and findability of information reflects the high standards of quality of the products we provide.” Accuray sees their Web presence as a key tool for reaching their high-level goals of growing their radiation therapy and radiosurgery business, driving adoption of their flagship...
Founded by actress Connie Nielsen and leading green builder David Warner, HNP's mission is to create game-changing infrastructures called 'Town Centers' in poverty-stricken areas of the world, beginning in Kibera, Kenya. The Town Centers will provide fresh water, electricity, healthy food, education, Internet, and access to micro-credit using methods that are both ecologically and economically sustainable. It's a revolutionary idea we are convinced will better the lives of those who need it most.
Recently we attended a gathering of more than 60 HNP contributors from all over the world to celebrate the Kibera groundbreaking. The event was hosted at the Berkeley home of tech legend and HNP team member, John Gage. Attendees included architects, economists,...
Marker Seven, a San Francisco-based premier provider of online solutions, has created a newly redesigned company website for FSE Energy. The redesign was required to support the energy solutions company’s rebranding efforts and expansion into both domestic and international markets, especially Latin America.
“The intention of the project was twofold,” says Kirby Burke, Director of Marketing FSE Energy. “First, we needed to showcase the depth and breadth of our equipment and services to help prospects better understand our existing capabilities. Second, we needed a vehicle to promote our new heater lines to new marketplaces.”
The design team at Marker Seven created a photo immersive site to reveal the...
Marker Seven recently enjoyed an educational and fun-filled day of paintball, hiking, fireside grilling and team building on a 1500-acre ranch in the beautiful hills of Marin County. As an added bonus, a biologist working on the property talked with us about efforts to protect endangered local species such as the red-legged frog, the steelhead trout and the many rare plant types that inhabit the area. The day included a “state of the business” presentation to align our goals for the coming year and to talk about Marker Seven’s vision for the future. This off-site adventure was a great way for our team to connect with one of the many pro bono projects we are involved...
Welcome to our two newest additions: Project Manager Maggie Fok, and Web Designer Marcus Duvoisin.
Maggie joins Marker Seven as one of its newest Project Managers. Maggie brings over 12 years of experience in the digital field with a diverse background in production management and web development. She has a unique mixture of design, technical architecture, and digital strategy experience. Prior to Marker Seven, Maggie was General Manager for start-up boutique development firm in her home-town of Brisbane, Australia. She's worked as a Project Manager and Front-end Developer for clients ranging from large multi-national corporations to small/medium businesses in the UK, South East Asia, and Oceanic regions spanning banking, finance, retail, communications, and entertainment...
Marker Seven has recently launched a pro bono site redesign for the St. Helena Tennis Association.
We were thrilled to be working alongside an organization that promotes healthy living and active lifestyles, and our team looks forward to designing future websites pro bono for non-profit organizations that provide a positive impact to our communities.
The St. Helena Tennis Association is focused on providing excellent, affordable instruction, fun recreational opportunities, competitive team play, social events and community-wide tournaments.
The new website can be viewed here: http://www.sthelenatennis.com/
Marker Seven CEO, John Clauss will join Chicago Radio Talk Show Host, Holly Campbell tomorrow for a live radio interview to share his story of how Marker Seven survived the Dot com crash of the early 2000's, and will be providing business tips for entrepreneurs struggling today. Should your business use social media? How important is digital technology in this day and age? Make sure to tune in tomorrow to station W4WN - Chicago @ 9am (CST) to find out!
We are proud to announce that our talented team has completed a site redesign for Echopass Corporation, a company which aims to provide continued education around cloud-based contact centers.
The new site not only conveys the company’s innovative approach to unite the foremost leaders in the areas of customer experience, contact center infrastructure, communication services, but also to unite individuals in consulting and support.
With their newly revised website, Echopass can easily provide enterprise clients with the best solutions from partners who work together to better serve the client’s customers and better serve the client (EchoPlace), as well as to continue to build a large partner focus.
The Marker Seven team is excited to have played such...
John Clauss, CEO and Co-Founder of Marker Seven was recently featured on MO.com where he discusses in a full-length interview what influenced his decision to break away from the corporate world and start a business in the web design industry.
“Owning a web design business for over a decade has taught me that creating a successful website involves an excellent understanding of business strategy, user experience, visual design and development," he quotes.
Clauss goes on to discuss the process it takes to design websites and discusses Drupal, the platform the Marker Seven team uses to build sites.
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