Strategic WordPress Partnerships for Marketing Professionals
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Catapult is the merger of two HR entities, thus required a complete rebrand. Partnering with Engine, we built a new website integrating both organizations. The project involved managing dense and broad content, integrating with Salesforce (including SSO), and providing member-only features. Despite an extremely tight schedule of just five months, our rapid prototyping process and Low-Code/No-Code tools enabled us to successfully launch the newly formed entity on time.

Hamilton Hill is a high-end custom jewelry store in Durham, NC. The website provides an elegant experience matching it's sophisticated product offering. The website integrates with their in-store point-of-purchase system via a custom API.

Fiduciary financial advisors require a high level of trust with their clients and prospects. Erickson needed a strong custom brand to immediately differentiate themselves from other advisories that settle for cheap and easy stock themes and stock photography.

The Latino Credit Union provides robust content for credit union members including detailed rate tables and ATM locations. Each banking product page offers the ability add multiple related content items. The website is fully translated into Spanish using Translate Press.

Durham Public Schools had the daunting mandate to reassign schools in its five main districts. The website needed to calm potential parent fears by providing clear guidance and information on the process. We build a friendly website that walks parents through the new assignments as well as new options available to their students.

Duke Social Science Research Institute required an engaging branded website that matches the engaging studies run by both student and faculty researchers. The website features a robust project database and a search and filter faculty listing. HOLTER Strategic also set up a custom API to integrate with Duke's central event calendar system.

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