Reviews

Web Platform Development for Chamber of Commerce 5.0

Feedback:
The website already has 120 job postings, several applicants, and praise from HR professionals. BrandHoot’s team gets things done with their problem-solving approach, and feel more like a partner rather than a one-off vendor.

Description:
After a round of wireframing, BrandHoot developed a website for joining employers and people looking for jobs. It has job posting features, filters options, and is integrated with the chamber’s database.

Client Info

Location: United States

Budget: $50k to $199k

Source:
Website Development for Electricity Company 5.0

Feedback:
They’re responsive and offer a personable approach. Working towards a specific vision, Brandhoot makes compromises when necessary but proactively engages in the creative process. Despite some miscommunication and an initially overzealous scope, they delivered a website that exceeded expectations.

Description:
BrandHoot redesigned a website on Squarespace and provided UX improvements to ease customer access and interaction. Further prioritizing accessibility, they also custom built security-based design aspects.

Client Info

Location: Rochester,  United States

Source:
Web Development for Public Relations Company 5.0

Feedback:
The client is happy with BrandHoot's changes to their website, especially the custom interactive map feature. Their team's redesign unified the interests of 2 different audiences seamlessly. BrandHoot's culture allows for open communication: They're approachable, transparent, and easy to work with.

Description:
BrandHoot implemented changes to a website, creating custom features including interactive maps, tabs, and quizzes. They also support the backend and implement quarterly interactive web features.

Client Info

Location: Minneapolis,  United States

Source:
Website Development for Regional Hospice 5.0

Feedback:
After BrandHoot’s work was complete, online donations increased by 126% and dollars raised increased by 397%. Online requests for information and counseling increased as well. With their strong understanding of the organization being represented, the team effectively conveys their mission.

Carolyn Piepho

Description:
BrandHoot redesigned an old, non-functioning website and developed a new Squarespace site with a new experience. New features include a functional donations page and forms for information or referrals.

Carolyn Piepho

Client Info

Location: Rochester,  United States

Budget: $10k to $49k

Source:
Rochester Convention and Visitors Bureau Social Media Campaign 5.0

Feedback:
Although the project did not entirely meet its ambitious objective, it still produced healthy levels of engagement. BrandHoot distinguished themselves with their transparency, professionalism, and effective communication. They successfully aligned the strategy with brand values and goals.

Keeley Hruska

Description:
BrandHoot revitalized a Facebook page promoting local business. Their objectives were to boost user engagment, train staff on social media best practices, and give strategic analysis of the campaign. 

Keeley Hruska

Client Info

Location: Rochester,  United States

Source:
Multiple Websites and Marketing Strategy for Catering, Restaurant, and Event Company 5.0

Feedback:
Customers and clients love the sites' gorgeous designs and intuitive, functional layouts. BrandHoot continually amazes with their creative approach and extensive knowledge of media trends. The team is extremely thorough and forward-thinking, keeping the brand's potential and reputation in mind.

Joe Powers

Description:
BrandHoot originally refreshed and updated restaurant's website.Their role later expanded to analytics consultation and social media management across several platforms. 

Joe Powers

Client Info

Location: Rochester,  United States

Budget: $50k to $199k

Source:
Premier Institution 5.0

Feedback:
The client is very satisfied with BrandHoot's work so far. They describe BrandHoot as responsive, accommodating, and collaborative with their staff. The only issue the client had was that BrandHoot sometimes suggested adding features that were beyond the scope of the client's needs. This did not have a negative effect on the project overall.

Description:
The company is a large medical practice and research facility. The client wanted to update their website because it was about 10 years old. They wanted greater control to edit the website themselves and greater functionality on the site. The client chose BrandHoot because they wanted a local partner that was relatively affordable. BrandHoot provided content migration to a custom CMS and training and support services. 

Client Info

Location: Midwest City,  United States

Source: