Here's Four Easy Ways to Improve your Branding...

A brand is a collection of images and ideas which represent a company or business. It refers to the concrete symbols of an entity such as the name, logo, slogan, and/or design scheme. Brand recognition, in consequence, is the reaction created by the viewer's accumulation of experiences with the specific product or service.
As such it should be treasured, revered and built to represent the company. The following suite of products will improve a company's branding by heightening the viewer's experience when visiting a website:

Simple Flash Header 

A simple flash header is a professional animation that is displayed at the top of each page of the website. Providing interest and excitement on each page, a simple flash header can take a standard website to the next level of professionalism.
Please note: limitations apply. Altitude Communications standard pricing for a simple flash header includes five pictures and some simple transitions.

Flash Introduction 

A flash introduction is a quick 10 - 40 second animation that can include sound. They are used when the client wants to create an impact each time someone enters the site. 
In the past, flash introductions have dramatically reduced the effectiveness of site optimisation. Our smart programming means that an Altitude Communications-designed sites can be specially programmed so that when a web crawler comes to search and index the flash page, it is automatically directed to the homepage of the site and will never actually see the flash page.
Example of a Flash Introduction: www.fpsqld.net.au

Testimonial Manager 

Our Altitude Communications testimonial manager software is a website plug-in that allows the owner of the website to easily add new testimonials.
These testimonials are then randomly displayed on each page of the site in the overall design. A page will also be added to the site that will list each formatted testimonial.

Case Studies Manager 

Our case studies tool allows the website owner to easily organise case studies of a particular nature. Case studies are listed on the page with an image, short description, and a link so that users can click to 'read more'. Once viewing the individual case study, the user can see a heading, description, and web link, and they can read more and view an image.
Additionally, the client can add a list of other links from that particular case study to any other page within the website. For example, the list of links could be the list of services that the link relates to.

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