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Alexandria Academy of Fine Arts and Science, a supplemental school for young children, needed an online presence to promote their current curriculum and summer camps. Snapp worked closely with company representatives and developed an easy-to-navigate website featuring artwork and photos of children at the school.

Sexton Security, a new Snapp customer, wanted to add more punch to their website. Snapp reorganized and rewrote their entire website. Working within the site host’s online web builder application, Snapp changed the existing template to two-columns for better legibility, added graphics to make the site seem less text-heavy, and added numerous internal links for easy navigation.

videoNEXT, a charter Snapp customer, is perfectly positioned to capitalize on the government’s current push for greater security with their IP-based surveillance system. Faced with an onslaught of new prospects, customers, and resellers, videoNEXT needed a simple “big picture” explanation of their innovative solution. Based on selling points gathered during a meeting with the sales force, Snapp wrote and produced a 4-page, 4-color brochure that coordinates with existing marketing materials.

AmeriSys, Inc. needed a brochure to promote their newest GSA Schedule. Snapp wrote and produced a 4-page, 4-color brochure for less than $1,000. Ganging the printing with other jobs saved almost $500, so the final delivered cost (including production and printing) for 5,000 4/4 brochures on 100# gloss text was less than $2,500!

Corporate Learning Solutions recently became a Charter Member of NCMA’s Contract Management Learning Center, giving them access to nearly 20,000 addresses on NCMA’s mailing list. Snapp updated the CLS website and produced a coordinated postcard to drive traffic to the online course listings. Two-color printing using metallic ink maximized impact with minimum cost.

Fulfillment House, Inc., a new Snapp customer, needed to update their previous brochure, but had no budget for printing or artwork. Snapp wrote and produced a trifold brochure using photos and artwork provided by the client. The client planned to color Doucutech the brochures themselves instead of spending $500-$1,000 to offset print them, so the new brochure was designed without heavy coverage or bleeds. The job was delivered as Acrobat PDF files, both a high-resoution version for printing and a smaller low-res file for emailing.

Mid Atlantic Consulting, an IT support firm, needed a concise, attractive introduction for their services. A Snapp associate, Insite, designed this trifold brochure; Snapp wrote the copy.




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