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MediCore Launches Healthy New Site

Monday, September 22, 2014

We recently launched a fresh new site for Tennessee based MediCore. MediCore offers its clients first-tier diabetic medical supplies for blood collection as well as monitoring.

Wanna see what a healthy webs looks like? Take a close look at MediCore.com

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A Healthy Resource Online

Friday, March 08, 2013

We just launched an incredible site for Renadyl, a biopharmaceutical developed for people suffering from chronic kidney disease. The folks at Kibow Biotech approached us with a request to reenergize their Renadyl website with a greater emphasis on "Hope." For those suffering from chronic kidney disease, the impact on day-to-day life and lifestyle is enormous and Renadyl can be there provide some relief from that. Find out more here:  Renadyl.com

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Better Safe

Monday, November 28, 2011

Smarter By Design, Inc. has just recently launched a site for a unique company that does one thing and one thing only... They are Safe-Tec Clinical Products, LLC and that one thing they do is collect blood. Okay, well, they don'y collect the blood themselves, but rather they create what most certainly is the world's "go-to" solution for collecting blood. Worldwide, physicians and clinicians and their patients rely on Safe-Tec, LLC's products for safe, reliable blood collection.

When you get a moment, we recommend that you click through to get a sample for yourself about just how focused they are

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My Mentor I Never Met

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

So, like many, many designer/mac-maniacs I, too, was greatly saddened by the passing of Steve Jobs. You see, Steve was the mentor that I never got to meet and I somehow feel I am not alone on this one.. as you can see here. For me it went beyond the coolness of Apple, Mac, iPod, iPads etc. It was simply watching how enthusiastic this man was about what he was doing. Focused on his vision and passion for design and simplicity and to always improve and go beyond expectation. He helped take us all to wonderful places we never knew we wanted to go. But Steve knew. I admired him, albeit from afar, as he redefined American innovation, drive and the way we all are able to access the world. He placed it squarely, comfortably in the palm of our hands. He helped those of us in the field of communications better understand how to communicate, how to present. How to emote that thing inside of us that motivates us to create and improve on the world around us. Steve was great to watch. To listen to. To admire. I, for one, will greatly miss him.

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