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written by Cortney Webb on Jul, 03 2012
We are happy to announce the launch of Pace Contracting Co.'s new website. We were responsible for the strategy, design and development of the site, which showcases Pace Contracting’s diverse construction abilities including commercial, hospitality, education, institutional, public works and federal projects. The website uses Drupal 7 as its...
written by Cortney Webb on Jun, 22 2012
We received Best in Web & Digital Design at the Reno-Tahoe AMA Ace Awards on June 21. We won the award for our newly redesigned website — the one you're looking at now. Our new site uses Drupal as its content management system (CMS) and was built using HMTL5, CSS3 and JQuery. The site includes improved navigation and organization as well as a...
written by Cortney Webb on Mar, 12 2012
We're thrilled to announce we received multiple ADDY awards from the AAF Reno, the local chapter of the American Advertising Federation, including a Gold ADDY in the Mobile Website category for our creation of the City of Sparks mobile website (cityofsparks.us), which will now compete in the District ADDY competition. We were also honored with the...
written by Rob Gaedtke on Nov, 23 2010
The Law Offices of Freeman and Riggs LLP, a criminal defense law firm serving Nevada and California, officially launched its new website, FreemanAndRiggs.com, developed and designed by KPS3 Marketing. The site was created to showcase the firm's extensive experience in criminal defense law and provide more useful information for persons charged...
written by admin on Sep, 17 2010
A website, irefill.org, being designed and produced by KPS3 with the Washoe County Health District and Truckee Meadows Water Authority will provide more information on what you can do to eliminate or cut back your use of plastic bottles. It will allow you to take a pledge and get your own reusable water bottle.  
written by admin on Aug, 23 2010
Moana Nursery has launched its new website designed by KPS3. It is designed to better serve Moana’s clients and further expand the garden center’s brand and experience. The website offers site visitors a wealth of information regarding timely tips, high desert gardening and landscaping. Moana Nursery worked with KPS3 Marketing to develop and...
written by Mike McDowell on Aug, 09 2010
The City of Sparks has selected KPS3 Marketing to design the city's new website. KPS3 will re-engineer the structure of the website for a better online experience while incorporating the City's new brand look and feel. The site will make it easier for residents, visitors and the business community to find information, resources and events within...
written by Mike McDowell on May, 10 2010
KPS3 worked with the NPHF to create and launch a new website for the organization designed to further public health information in Nevada, as well as expand NPHF's brand, history, knowledge and expertise.To create the new website, KPS3 worked with NPHF to determine and define audiences, usability functions, navigation needs, administration needs,...
written by admin on Feb, 22 2010
KPS3 worked with the David Morris Group to create and launch a new Website for the real estate firm designed to further expand their brand as well as the group's experience, knowledge of the Reno, Sparks and Lake Tahoe home market. The site also became more of a useful tool to buyers and sellers.To create the new website, KPS3 worked with David...
written by admin on Nov, 23 2009
KPS3 just finished design and creation of a new microsite for Renown Health with information for women facing gynecologic cancer surgeries or general gynecologic surgeries. The microsite highlights the advantages of da Vinci® Robotic Surgery found at Renown Health. Women being treated for gynecologic cancers and undergoing general gynecologic...

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