Working with the ROC Group, tWrite designed the new
look of the McDonald's corporate web site. The design
is based on the the "McDonalds.com" web template and
the directive to "focus on the food."
Filled with beautiful
food photography, this site will certainly make you hungry!
Working closely with the executive director and staff,
tWrite revised the Riverside County Philharmonic
web site with a fresh new look for the 2011-12 season.
Perris Centennial Refresh
100 years is quite an achievement for a city
in Southern California. tWrite worked with the city to
refresh the site with a special Centennial logo and
images from the City's past. The centennial makeover
also extended to the City's Twitter page.
Postcard Humor Gets the Job Done: IBU
Working with snappy copy from Mercer, tWrite designed
a series of humorous postcards and newsletters for the
IBU union members. The postcard copy drives union
members to their online and phone-based health resources.
Independent tracking has shown that the postcards
are succesful in getting more union members to use
the nurseline and other services provided by their
Done with Westbound Communications.
This site won a 2009 OCPRSA Protos Award for website development. And earned a perfect score for the "2010 Best of Show" at the California Inland Empire PRSA awards:
"The Best of Show award was selected based on a points system - the entry must have received more than 95 points but this recipient received a perfect score! This entry re-launched the ReadyOC campaign with a new website serving as Orange County's public-facing online portal for emergency preparedness."
Saint Joseph Health System 2009 Annual Report
Working with Westbound Communications, tWrite designed and built the online 2009 & 2010 Annual Report web sites for Saint Joseph Health System (SJHS),
an integrated healthcare delivery system sponsored by the St. Joseph Health Ministry. SJHS has 14 hospitals in California, New Mexico, and Texas.
The 2009 site won an Award of Excellence, an OC/PRSA PROTOS Awards and a Golden Advocate “Gold Award" (the highest level) from HPRMA. It also won a California Inland Empire PRSA Polaris award (the highest level).
Visit the SJHS 2009 online annual report...