Since its inception three years ago, the annual iDiscovery Safari career fair has gained in both popularity and attendance. Sponsored by the Education to Employment (E2E) Partners of the Coastal Bend, the event is billed as a fun way for visitors to learn about different career paths through games and interactive sessions with real working professionals in a variety of fields.
When production began on a brand new website for the Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi Islander Alumni Association, our team was faced with several unique challenges. The first was to produce a site that would increase engagement and heighten awareness of the organization’s mission to foster a continued relationship with alumni both new and old.
Having a working relationship with the City of Kingsville’s Visitor’s Center and KingsvilleNow, Hi-Res Creative was active in the planning and execution of the city’s annual Ranch Hand Festival celebration.
As one of Hi-Res Creative’s most high profile projects, the Alliance of Hispanic Serving Institution Educators (AHSIE) website design was unique in that the main purpose of the website was to not only serve as the organization’s main hub of information, but to also allow members to pay and register for attending AHSIE’s annual national conference.
Our mobile website project for the City of Kingsville came about when city leaders had difficulty accessing the city site on their iPads. The existing website, which was designed by another firm, was not responsive for accessing on tablets and mobile devices.
As a small town located in the heart of the Wild Horse Desert, Kingsville’s Tourism Department had several important needs that our team sought to tackle. The project called for using a variety of our services across three distinct marketing avenues to increase the city’s profile as a tourist destination.