As Lisa Roberson slowly moved through the Art League’s gallery inside Old Town Alexandria’s Torpedo Factory, she considered each of 500-plus artworks. With the aid of an app on her phone, she rated the pieces, knowing that in just a few days, she and her husband would be going home with one of their favorite pieces of art found within these four walls. The couple, like hundreds of other people, were participating in the annual Patrons’ Show, which for over 50 years has been the largest fundraiser of the Art League, a charitable and educational nonprofit visual arts organization that serves the community through its gallery, fine art school, art supply store, and arts-outreach programs.Read More
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Working closely with the the Balducci's creative team and their other partners, Zurka just launched a totally rebranded website for the gourmet food retailer. The new website displays updated branding, bold images, and rich colors, along with pages that are responsive and engaging regardless of the device used to view them.Read More
We’re proud to announce the relaunch of the website for Kings Food Markets. Zurka built an entirely new website for Kings featuring their new brand, enhanced e-commerce functionality and delicious content. And it was all accomplished with the engagement of multiple stakeholders over a short schedule, roughly three months.Read More
Zurka is proud to have relaunched the RichardTiller.com website. Richard Tiller is a consultant, business coach and the author of several books. He brings a thoughtful and supportive view that enables teams and individuals to thrive.
The website features e-commerce for a paid video series where Mr. Tiller explains how to create a culture of positive influence. It’s a message that resonates with us so we are thrilled to be able to provide our expertise to further his mission. We designed the checkout process so that users can easily and securely access the videos and documents after purchase. The website also features a blog where Mr. Tiller shares additional insight into supporting inspired business cultures.Read More
In anticipation of the 35th Space Symposium, which took place in Colorado Springs, Colorado this April, Zurka worked closely with the communications team at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory to spotlight some of the exciting work of its scientists, engineers and researchers.
With a focus on the lab’s ongoing work to tackle the ever-growing problem of space debris, which may someday pose a threat to future space operations, Zurka’s new microsite takes advantage of the exciting imagery of a world-class institution to tell compelling stories and give visitors a glimpse at the lab’s exciting space research and development.Read More
When doing web application development, we’re often looking to provide users with context in a natural way to make it easy for them to understand and interact with an interface. Context tends to make everything easier to understand. For the latest version of our Art Thief app, we did just the opposite. We brought the interface to the context! What the heck does that mean? Let me explain. No, there is too much. Let me sum up.Read More
With the new year unfolding, Zurka has hit the ground running to increase our already-extensive repertoire of technical skills and now can proudly add augmented reality into the mix. We recently released version 3.0 of our Art Thief app for another one of The Art League's Patrons' Show. Version 3 of this popular iOS app is particularly exciting because it now includes new augmented reality (AR) features. These give users the ability to visualize any event artwork on the walls in their own homes.Read More
This past week, we implemented and launched Build a Gift, a new custom website feature for our client, Balducci’s Food Lover’s Market. Balducci’s was looking to enhance their customers' experience by offering a new product option where they can create their own gift baskets. Instead of only offering prearranged gift baskets, Balducci’s wanted to grant creative liberty to their customers and allow them to arrange their own gift baskets, including selecting the type of vessel and the products themselves.Read More