Branding Matters

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Amy Pye, art director, author, and award-winning brand designer continues to impress at REW.com

Vancouver Island, June 10, 2021, Real Estate Webmasters Inc (REW) today announced the appointment of their new Head Of Agency as their business continues its dramatic expansion after the release of the new Renaissance platform.

“Amy has absolutely excelled in her role as art director and it was clear that she was ready to take on a bigger role. The timing is perfect! This quarter we’re beta testing our new branding, print and social media software and I can’t think of anyone better to lead us into this new era of processional services and branding.” Said Morgan Carey, CEO of REW.  

“We have worked on some REALLY exciting projects this far including the

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It' not very often you get a chance to work with a legendary company like RISMedia. 

This past year we have had the great fortune of working with John Featherston and his whole team at RISMedia on their rebrand and website redesign and it has truly been a career-defining project. 

John and the team were kind enough to share these words. 

 

 

Here is the full press release: 

Vancouver, Canada. March 1, 2021 -- RISMedia the leading information and news provider to the residential real estate industry, today unveiled their new, modern brand and tagline “Integrity In Real Estate” as well as a comprehensive overhaul of their entire website and technology platform. 

The Rebrand which is showcased at the website

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Last month, I was putting together the final touches on the perfect page. Everything looked fantastic, and I sent it to one of the developers I had been working with, for a final technical review of the content.

"The image is blurry."cinque terre low res on ipad

Pardon? I know my way around an image or two and was confident he made a mistake. I triple-checked for the second time, and confirmed it wasn't blurry in any of my desktop's browsers.

Satisfied, I shared my conclusion with the developer. His response?

"Use your iPad."

...And there it was. A perfectly optimized, strategically placed, undeniably blurry image.

What happened?

High resolution screens, that's what. We've been so caught up in speed optimizing our real estate websites that developers are only

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