American Express Technology Recruitment landing page
American Express Technology identified young tech talent as a major hiring target. To inform candidates of the recent changes at American Express we created a fully responsive employment site to tell the story of the evolution of Technology at American Express. The site tells the story of their collaborative teams, the career benefits at American Express, and the innovative products they are making for the digital space.
Stephanie Buscema Studios
HarriganWorks worked closely with Stephanie to build a fully responsive portfolio site that leverages her Studio’s distinct visual direction and aesthetic. To minimize maintenance and help Stephanie focus on painting — HarriganWorks worked with the Dribbble API to pull in Stephanie’s recent uploads to her homepage. The responsive site is doubly important for sharing her portfolio at conventions and portfolio reviews where desktops and hi-speed wifi are rare.
American Express Tumblr
HarriganWorks had the opportunity to work on the first launch of the American Express Tumblr page. We designed the initial page’s overall layout and post creative direction. We also oversaw and led the development process.
The Law Office of Kristine A. Sova web design
Kristine was looking for a website that set her apart from other law firms — a site that uses the foremost technology HarriganWorks designed and coded a fully responsive site and blog for Kristine’s firm with a focus on optimized content and clean typography.
American Express Global Business Travel sitelet
The American Express GBT sitelet started out as a full sales lead generation app for American Express sales people. The response was so positive, we changed gears and launch a full sitelet optimized for iPads. Using HTML5 transitions we told the story of American Express’ history as a shipping company, and at the time, new three tiered business approach — Online, Offline, and On-the-go.