Back40 Design is in the creative business. And business is booming. This month we doubled our web business, produced a promotional video, and hired on two staff members. The Edmond Outlook just celebrated its third birthday. We love The Outlook and we’re grateful to the advertisers that made this happen.
The secret behind the increase in web business is our improved development process. We’ve worked over a year putting together and finalizing our new content management system, Javelin. The system allows clients to maintain every aspect of their web sites, and increases our production efficiency. The more efficient our process is, the more value we can offer our clients for their money. Clients can also take advantage of our other services – custom art, content development, copywriting and video production.
Welcome, Reyna and Amy!
No longer is the web department a Batcave for dudebros. Enter Reyna (pronounced Renee – despite the spelling) Wilcox. Reyna manages projects and customer service in the web department. Reyna comes to us with years of hands-on web and customer service experience. Amy Novak brings us her awesome creative skills as a web designer. In addition to an incredible eye for design, she has significant client service experience and prides herself on her collaborative style.
Farewell to Jaimi Aycock
Jaimi Aycock is leaving the grand state of Oklahoma to move to Portland, Oregon. We really enjoyed Jaimi and all the wonderful work that she did at Back40. Jaimi headed up our publications and print department. You couldn’t ask for a nicer person to work with. Plus, she’s a super talent. I’ve warned her numerous times that there are some serious flaws in her plan to move to Portland (like parking, “real” winters and wolves). Turns out she drives a Mini Cooper, which solves the parking problems. She likes the winters here, but wishes they were harsher. And, surprisingly enough, she says wolves raised her. So I give up and wish her well in her future plans. Thanks, Jaimi.