RED, Inc. Communication - Credibility


Today, a professionally designed and written on-line marketing or informational source is imperative to the success or expansion of any business or program. At RED, Inc. we build custom sites with a team of writers, graphic designers and programmers working together to build a site that fits the needs of our customers rather than the needs of a one size fits all template website.  Our designers and writers create a cyber site portraying your business as a leader in technology and innovation for all to see on the front-end, while our web development staff empowers our customers with a user friendly content management system (CMS) on the back-end to ensure their site is always up-to-date and fresh. Each site we design and build is programmed using responsive design to ensure your site views correctly on any device and web browser. For our government customers, we ensure full 508 compliance with all sites we develop. Whether it is a static site or complex site driven by a CMS, RED, Inc. can help you express your business and marketing strategy in a variety of ways, specifically directed at your core target audience or to the general web-surfing population. RED, Inc. can be your link, today, to tomorrow's on-line marketing future.

2019 Communicator Award of Distinction 
(National Center for PTSD)

Website development has rapidly evolved since the early 2000s, and RED, Inc. staff has been there for each milestone — Whether it was fixed versus fluid, static versus dynamic or mobile vs responsive.

RED, Inc. designers start with a site map to gain an understanding of the functionality goals for the website. From there, the designer will create wireframes and consult with content management programmers to develop a website that meets the client's maintenance requirements.

The RED, Inc. staff is skilled in Section 508 compliance requirements, CSS, Javascript and HTML coding as well as developing custom-built content management systems.

Example Image of PTSD Website Design

2018 Redesign of National Center for PTSD Website

Department of Veterans Affairs