What a busy year here at NPG! While all of our projects are spectacular (really, we mean it!), we wanted to highlight a few new additions to our portfolio from 2013. It was a great year, and we're all looking forward to even more in 2014!
LASIK.com: This year, NPG assisted TLC in designing and developing LASIK.com as a destination site, driven by content about the life changing procedure. This site features a fully responsive design - meaning it works on mobile, tablet and PC all with native experiences. And, it is completely integrated with their custom content management system.
TLCVision Mobile: TLC needed a mobile solution for their corporate website. Since the previous website was developed in late 2012, they opted for a mobile template. NPG was brought on to handle the design and development of this mobile experience. Optimized for all mobile devices, this design raised the bar for mobile corporate websites in the healthcare space. The site is integrated into their proprietary content management system, already managed by NPG.
LynnBan.com: Lynn Ban designs and distributes luxury jewelry. In conjunction with their design agency, NPG developed this fully responsive website including an HTML5 introductory page that features a complex animation. Very cool!
Adroit Digital: NPG worked with Adroit Digital to first design their new website in early 2013, and then convert it into a responsive format later in the year. This site exemplifies website design trends of 2013 with a clean, functional layout that works across the plethora of available devices.
MarketProphit: MarketProphit uses proprietary technology to assess the "sentiment" of security traders on Twitter. NPG worked with MarketProphit to create their front-end website, integrate to their database of tweets to visualize data and tie it into a sophisticated cloud-based infrastructure. Expect great things from Market Prophit in 2014!
NPGroup.net: How could we forget our own site? We're super proud of it. The site is fully responsive, completely custom built and runs on the NPGroup CMS. Hope you like it too!