The redesign for Tutt Land Co was an exciting and challenging experience that allowed for us to dig into and explore the creative side of web development. The site was designed to allow high volumes of visitors to easily search land for sale in their area and contact agents through custom contact forms placed in the site.
Southeastern Strategy completely redesigned the Marengoacademy.org website, making it student and faculty friendly
This feature-rich website was redesigned for Alabama Black Belt Adventures to promote tourism here in the black belt region of Alabama
This was a real estate website designed for Barbara Bonds, a local residential real-estate agent from Montgomery Alabama. The site design was focused around each listing, where users can not only search by home location, but home type and number of beds/baths. Barbarabondsrealestate.com also has custom contact forms, and a page designed to detail information about the Montgomery community to visitors.
This website was designed for Montgomery Mayor Todd Strange’s 2011 re-election campaign.
Amos Snead, an Alabama native and principal at Story Partners DC, solicited our help to design the invitation and full-page ad for the Beltway fundraiser he organized to raise money for the victims of the April 27, 2011 tornados that ravished parts of Alabama. The fundraiser raised over $350,000 and featured a host list that included high power lobbyist and each of Alabama’s U.S. Senators and Congressmen.
This ad which was featured as a full page ad in the print versions of Politico and Roll call were designed as part of a public opinion campaign launched by the Portland Cement Association aimed at preventing the EPA from over regulating the cement industry. Southeastern Strategy also designed the interactive aspects of this campaign including a micro website and online ads for Politico.com, RollCall.com, NationalJournal.com, and Facebook ads targeted to Beltway Insiders.
This mail out was designed for Senator Dick Brewbaker’s 2010 Republican Primary Campaign. It was designed and printed in less than 24 hours and in the mailboxes of every likely primary in the district 36 hours after the long-time Senate District 25 incumbent Larry Dixon announced his plans no not seek re-election.