OK, so here's the real story. This website and the entire company of Amber Bean Coffee were created to demonstrate the power of Dialogs and our development process. We created the site for use as a demonstration "sandbox" for Dialogs, our web development framework. Of course, we also created it as a bit of entertainment to liven your holidays. Let us know what you think.
So how powerful is Dialogs? In about 60 days, we built this entire content-managed website complete with a home page slideshow, blog, press area, product database, and ecommerce. All content is search engine-friendly. Along the way, we also filed a DBA, registered the domain, got the toll free number, and developed a product line. We went through this exercise just to show you how flexible Dialogs can be. Websites, microsites, and customized landing pages can be cost-effective components to any marketing or advertising campaign.
AmberBeanCoffee.com was designed by a Dialogs agency partner called smplcreative. They designed a branded shell which we populated with copy and images. Their hard work and creativity are greatly appreciated. They even created a cool error page, which is linked here just so you can see it. For more information, or to hire smplcreative for your next design project, here is their contact info:
The site was coded by one of our developer partners, OffLead Productions. Again, outstanding work. For more information, or to hire OffLead Productions for your next web project, here is their contact info:
The product packaging is an ongoing project of the graphic design program at Texas A&M-Commerce, under the supervision of David Beck. We hope this can be a resource to help promote up-and-coming designers. If you see Amber Bean Coffee work in their portfolio, take it seriously. We are a picky client.
- Daily Grind and Buzz Kill packaging design was courtesy of Macy Freeman, design communications major at TAMU-C.