Carlsbad, CA, December 04, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- San Diego-based Studio 2055, an industry-leading graphic design, branding and marketing firm founded in 1984 by artist and designer Nanette Newbry, recently transformed its website by applying the very same principles and methods it offers to other businesses in need of rejuvenation, sustainability and viability.
Studio 2055 has built a reputation based on their ability to strategize in partnership with their clients to optimize performance in the marketplace. Not only has Studio 2055 helped dozens of businesses survive, but the firm has also enabled them to thrive in a hostile business climate.
The designers, writers and marketers on staff at Studio 2055 are sensitive to the unforgiving scrutiny websites receive from individual users and search engines. The new Studio 2055 website, http://www.studio2055.com, is a model for their prospective clients. It features a carefully crafted graphic design and user interface that responds to the need for both visual sophistication and search engine optimization, which are the linchpins of successful Internet marketing.
“Our ultimate goal is to increase the visibility of our clients’ businesses and brands, to improve their customer relations and to boost their revenue,” said Newbry. “Creating our own new website was a perfect opportunity for us to enhance our knowledge and understanding of emerging technologies and applications. This is priceless expertise that we can now offer to our clients.”
The new Studio 2055 website showcases the wide-ranging variety for different companies through the use of compelling graphic design and friendly design features like B.E.V., a character that personifies the Studio’s proprietary “Brand Equity Value” process.
Studio 2055 offers brand-strategy development across all media platforms, integrated with award-winning design and copywriting. The synergistic blend of disciplines continues to reap big dividends for their clients.
“Our intent is to partner with our clients and plan sustainable marketing strategies that ultimately attract and inform their target audience. It is imperative that we look beyond what is current to give our clients the latest options and opportunities,” said Newbry. “The process we went through in creating our new website has positioned us to better help our clients produce sustainable marketing components, mindful of budgets, usability and forward-thinking design.”
To view the new website, visit http://www.studio2055.com.