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Deep Fried Creative Advertising launches new agency website

Published 2:29am Tuesday, July 8, 2014

From Deep Fried Creative Advertising

 

Deep Fried Creative Advertising, a full-service ad agency in Downtown Washington has launched another skillfully designed and highly interactive website…this time for the agency itself!

The new DeepFriedCreative.com is a more accurate representation of the caliber of work the agency has been known to produce for clients since the agency opened on the second floor of Historic Havens Wharf on Main Street in 2010.

“We’re excited to have this new site live to really be able to share our capabilities in a new way,” said CEO and Creative Director Adam Feldhousen. “Our diverse and comprehensive range of services we offer to our clients is something that no other company in this county can provide. This new site really represents what we have become.”

The Deep Fried team set out to create a responsive website that would showcase the variety of services offered by the agency, including dynamic design and development, corporate identity and print design and production, The site also highlights a wide range of work and a selection of testimonials from area clients.

“Our design philosophy is to not just create a design for an individual product or service, but to develop a brand,” said Account Manager Dustin Dixon. “When we create a new concept or develop a new campaign, it’s the first step in establishing an identity that people can easily connect with.”

Beginning with the end-user in mind, the team has created a website that is user-friendly, visually appealing and familiar — while reinforcing the agency brand.

Deep Fried Creative has created several highly engaging websites for clients recently, including wbcchamber.com, fraymoore.com, and chamberofwashingtoncounty.com — which all include innovative content management systems for easy management.

For more information on Deep Fried Creative Advertising, please visit www.deepfriedcreative.com or call 252-227-0093. You can also easily connect with the agency on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.

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