Revolution Retail System
Summary of work done for Revolution Retail Systems.
- WordPress website design and development
- WordPress maintenance
- Corporate photography
- Print and trade show design
- Maintenance videos
WordPress Website Design & Development
We’ve worked with Revolution for many years and in 2013 they came to us with the need for a new website. As we usually do with web development, we presented three visual concepts; Revolution selected one; and we built a robust WordPress site from there.
This WordPress site includes:
- An interactive home page product banner
- Press release and trade show lists updatable by the client
- Multi-tabbed product pages
Revolution has five primary product series; with several configurations for each series. We shot all the individual components on-site and edited them together in Adobe Photoshop to build high-resolution images of all the configurations. The photos are used on the website and in PDF and print brochures and spec sheets.
We also helped Revolution decorate their new demo room by shooting and printing large format canvas photos. We traveled to a number of client locations to shoot the Revolution devices in real-time use, as well as exterior shots of their well-known clients’ stores.
Print & Trade Show Booth Design
Revolution Retail Systems’ cash machines handle large quantities of coins and bills at some of the nation’s largest retailers. Revolution has the need to communicate the sophistication of the devices while also showing the technical specs. We created brochures that are used as PDF downloads from their website, as well as print handouts at trade shows.
Speaking of trade shows, we also designed the most recent trade show booth for Revolution. Revolution needed a dynamic booth design that quickly communicated, with as few words as possible, what they do and the state-of-the-art nature of their automated cash management systems. We designed the graphics to fit the custom panel sizes of the booth, built the high-resolution print files, and oversaw production of the graphic panels.