Created for CASCOM's Ordance Corp, Triple-I created a concept for their SharePoint site utilizing a fully branded style based on the Ordance Corp's established brand identity.
Sustainment Knowledge Network
For the Army's Sustainment Knowledge Network, Triple-I provided a new site design concept, encompassing web design best practices and branded to fully encompass the site in a clean, bold new look, while remaining flexible enough to support all of SKN's content needs.
Center for Animal Health Innovation
The Center for Animal Health Innovation is developing an Innovation Portal which is to serve as a technology catalyst, that enables the identification, evaluation, funding and commercialization of promising ideas and technologies; thereby accelerating speed to market and, shortening time to profit. The design encompasses site knowledge sharing, e-commerce, and social networking aspects all while maintaining a strong sense of brand.
Cessna Mobile Application
Triple-I was tasked with quickly developing a mobile application that would replace Cessna's hard-copy pocket booklet which was distributed to Cessna employees attending aviation conventions. The application had to allow dynamic updates of content including calendars, event information, image galleries, and contact information. The resulting design took full advantage of the capabilities offered by Sitefinity's CMS. The design was completed as a web application customized for mobile device access. Careful attention to Cessna's brand identity was combined with powerful back-end capability allowing Cessna administrators quick and easy access to a fully company-branded mobile application.
Boston Reed, the fusion of Boston Reed Company and Boston Reed College, was ready to undertake a massive website redesign. Triple-I's challenge was to provide the information architecture to combine their 3 separate, fully-populated Boston Reed sites and combine them into a single, coherent and readily navigable site and experience. After intense site analysis to determine information overlap and new site intent, Boston Reed was provided with a complete set of wireframes and sitemaps detailing their new site, which was then passed to design and development teams for implementation.
Triple-I's Creative Designers were involved in a complete website redesign project for BARBRI, an acclaimed nationwide bar exam preparation company. The challenge presented was for Triple-I to develop a new set of sitemaps and wireframes to establish a new site configuration based on user-focused and best-practice criteria. The new information architecture encompassed the realignment of all state-specific information as well as providing succinct course information targeted to the prime user groups. Once sitemaps and wireframes were completed, the information architecture was passed to the design and development teams.
CASCOM desired a mobile application which would provide a way for authorized users to post instructional/lessons learned videos, photos, and articles to a knowledge center where visitors the world-over could access, rate, comment, and utilize them from the convenience of their own smart device. The Creative Design team provided the User Interface design for “VisApp” which included all the subsequent parts and application-specific images. The UI included video-loading and file management screens along with menu button designs and page formats.
Kessinger-Hunter, Greater Kansas City's oldest commercial real estate company, was involved in a full site redesign, and tasked Triple-I to create the site's information architecture to fully realize the concept before considering development. The site contained real estate information on a number of property categories as well as critical principal and agent information, all of which needed to be reconfigured to provide maximum marketing exposure for properties as well as ease-of-use. Creative Design quickly developed the sitemap and wireframes, allowing Kessinger-Hunter to understand the full scope of their endeavors.
Florida Department of Health
The Florida Department of Health was utilizes a generated online Daptiv form for the taking of surveys. The form itself was purely functional but lacked any styling, and certainly no FDoH styling. The challenge was to take the functional aspects of the form code and apply a FDoH style to it, both to further solidify their brand value in the online realm, but also to create a more aesthetically pleasing form to make the survey process more enjoyable.
Triple-I provided Creative Design and Custom Software Development support for a venture capital group to create an intuitive user interface for the Oklahoma tribal casinos. The initial focus was for Vault transactions of multiple forms of revenue; cash, check, chips, etc. The need for an intuitive User Interface incorporated a subtle use of workflow given the user demographic. Additional emphasis was placed on capturing the tribal "look and feel" in order to resonate with the target audience.
The Missouri Comets
The Missouri Comets wanted a method by which they could gain further valuable insight from those individuals attending their games. They needed a digital form on which they could take down notes, answer survey questions and then submit them all at a single location, eliminating the need to transfer hand-written data into a digital format. Triple-I's Creative Design team created an online form which utilized a style variation of the Comets current brand identity. After Creative Design constructed the form in HTML, Triple-I’s development team was able to transfer the form to the Sitefinity CMS platform, through which the submitted forms could be collected as Excel files and exported directly to the Comets team.
National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA)
Being an integral part of redesigning their online presence with the core NAIA page along with Champions of Character, Triple-I provided thorough sitemaps along with detailed wireframes, outlining the framework for the entire site. New site capabilities were integrated into the schematic framework including dynamic rotating image displays, drop-down menus, social media feeds and video. The site is to elevate the athlete as the heart of NAIA’s endeavors.
CIO/CTO/CSO for Government University and Industry Learning and Development ( CCC GUILD )
The official site for the CCC GUILD, an ongoing, secure virtual conference for CIO, CTO, and CSOs for continuing discussion of emerging issues in government, industry and academia.
The official home page for Fort Lee, VA
Triple-I redesigned, developed, and implemented the new Garrison website for Fort Lee, VA. This official site for Fort Lee provides a rich resource of information about the home of the service members and civilians who "Feed You, Fuel You, and Supply You," from the Garrison to the Battlefield. Fort Lee’s daily population exceeds 45,000; with an additional 70,000 soldiers passing through its classrooms each year, making it the third largest training site in the Army. This site provides the most comprehensive information related to training, resources, and quality of life services soldiers, military families, retirees, and visitors. For this work, our team received the Commander’s Award for site design and functionality.
Maneuver Center of Excellence
Continuing to affect a unifying style across the Army's Centers of Excellence, the MCoE's Maneuver Knowledge Network site reflects our Army Knowledge Online "Silver Award" winning design features. Easy-to-use navigation, rich imagery, and MCoE-focused color palette provides an interactive, vibrant site for the MKN
The Army's successful Multi-Source Assessment and Feedback program is enabled by a highly-available, high-capacity, data-driven web application designed, built and supported by Triple-I. The application is a data centric web site with a stylish and modern user experience. The site enables military personnel across the Department of Defense to “anytime, anywhere” gather feedback from on leadership subordinates, peers, and superiors to create a 360 degree view of leadership characteristics. MSAF is currently used by over 143,000 members of the U.S. military.
Fires Knowledge Network
The Fires Center of Excellence (FCoE) Fires Knowledge Network (FKN) is a web based application providing virtual access to information that builds knowledge while supporting training and simulation products/services. Triple-I provided website support including governance, website/brand design, implementation of dynamic applications & widgets, SharePoint integration assessments, dashboard creation, and blog management. FCoE, supported by Triple-I, won two “Best of AKO” 2010 awards and the 2009 Army Knowledge Online "Silver Award for the design work.
Site is a controlled-access intranet
Kansas City Kansas Community College
Complete branding provides extensive custom styling for the Kansas City Kansas Community College campus-wide MyDotte collaboration site founded on Microsoft's standard SharePoint software. Custom imagery includes detailed "avatar characters", splash pictures, and category-based theming.
Site is a controlled-access intranet
ATI Nursing Website
ATI Nursing is a Stilwell, KS based company that helps nursing students pass high-stakes tests (Nursing Certification Exams). Like the proposed SOR site, atinursing.com serves several different user groups, contains significant amounts of information and requires an intuitive navigation structure for users of varying technical ability. This site meets those needs while maintaining the look/feel required by an industry market leader. The site was built upon a CMS, allowing the client to maintain the site going forward.
Sparta represents the collective application of Triple-I’s codified organizational knowledge that allows us to be innovative, more agile, respond to client needs faster, and communicate solutions better than our competition through the use of Wikis, Communities of Practice, data visualization, workflow, powerful search capabilities, and Corporate Intranet.
Site is a controlled-access intranet
The design concept for Triple-I's in-house client feedback and report management system, REFLEX, reveals a high-tech, exciting interactive display launched as a windows-based application, complete with 3-D charting, animated on-screen buttons, and a easy-to-use interface.
Triple-I's in-house online survey and assessment system integrates Triple-I's color palette and styling, extensive page-specific imagery, and the establishment of iconography and the Pulse logo.
United Missouri Bank
A concept offered to UMB, the landing page concept enforces simplicity in form and UMB brand-accurate color and styling.
Real-time Assignment Information Locator
RAIL, the Army's Real-time Assignment Information Locator, was re-conceptualized in a modern tech-based style, with dynamic mouse-over effects and the establishment of a RAIL logo and color scheme.