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Interactive Strategy, Design, and Development

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1997 -- that’s when UltraCart began solving the digital Rubik's Cube that is ecommerce. This ridiculously robust platform personifies their unheard of experience by integrating with over 170 gateways, shipping & fulfillment providers, call centers, and everything in-between. Over our multi-year partnership L2D has been tasked with numerous critical design and development efforts: from overhauling the brand and forward facing website to working directly with their engineering team to construct a revolutionary new merchant platform called StoreFronts.

Creative Discovery Museum

One of the preeminent hands-on education museums in the country, the Creative Discovery Museum is committed to the education and development of children through creative and unique channels. Over the course of our partnership we have worked closely with their stakeholders to develop both physical and web-based projects for both the museum and their biofuels education initiative. Among other elements these projects included responsive websites, a digital education platform, print work, and exhibit design.

Lee University

Being consistently ranked in the 'Top Tier' in the South by U.S. News & World Report, the Tennessee-based Christian liberal arts school Lee University has emerged as a Southeastern leader in higher education. When faced with the need, Lee turned to L2D for help in both strategizing and designing their new website and bringing consistent messaging to their burgeoning online-education program.

American Bicycle Group

The American Bicycle Group (ABG) has a long history of firsts in the worlds of cycling and triathlon. ABG’s company Quintana Roo engineered everything from the first triathlon wetsuit to the first modern triathlon bikes. Their other company, Litespeed, led technology innovation for lighter, faster bicycles by being the authority on titanium bikes before any of their competitors began working with the alloy. In fact, they were such clear leaders in the titanium fabrication industry that they were later contracted by NASA to assist in the development of the Mars Land Rover.

Clients we've worked with

  • Creative Discovery Museum
  • Department of Energy
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation
  • First Things
  • Gracie Academy
  • Huhtamaki
  • Lee University
  • Lipscomb University
  • Litespeed
  • Mueller Company
  • Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • Perkins
  • Quintanaroo
  • Southern Adventist University
  • Trex
  • UltraCart