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DBS: Phase 2
Edwards Communications designed DBS’s original website (and complete corporate ID campaign) around 2002 or so. Like most small to mid-size business sites of that day, it was basically an online brochure – lacking today’s database-driven, interactivity.
Fast forward to 2011:
DBS needed a site that they could easily maintain themselves and upload tutorial videos and PDFs for client use. Edcom happily obliged and converted their site accordingly within three weeks.
“Edwards Communications created our logo, stationery and web site about five years ago. We get compliments on our “look” almost daily. Barry Edwards always delivers highly creative and professional marketing materials. I’d recommend Edwards Communications to anyone looking to improve their brand identity in their market.”
JT Krohe, VP of Sales, DBS Communications
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