Insights from Salted Stone

Websites

Creating a Lightning-fast Modern Website with the Spirit of an Established Brand

Enterprise translation provider SimulTrans needed a website that was up to Google’s new standards but didn’t want to change what they loved about their existing brand.
Ben Sack
HubSpot

Do You Really Need HubSpot Operations Hub?

Get our take on who really needs these new features, like two-way data syncing, programmable workflow automation, data quality automation, and datasets.
Michael Peach
HubSpot

5 Marketing Benefits of High-Quality CRM Data

Your CRM data quality may be the key to solving your marketing challenges. What is a data management strategy, and how can it impact your campaigns?
Pedro Loeza
Marketing Strategy

Pivoting Fast and Earning New Leads in a Complex, Niche Industry

A strategic program with Salted Stone helped N-SIDE reach new leads in the complex energy industry in Europe.
Sabrina Roussel
Brand identity and visual identity: What’s the difference?
Design

Brand Identity and Visual Identity: What’s the Difference?

Your company’s visual identity is a set of cohesive design elements and guidelines. Brand identity is a broader term that includes, but is not limited to, visuals.
Melissa De Guzman
Illustrator at work (source: Unsplash)
Design

4 Website Illustration Styles That Aren’t Corporate Memphis: Designer Explains

Line work, clean, textured, isometric. Here are four website illustration styles we love, and a process for choosing the one that suits your brand.
Sal Castrejon
set
Design

Salted Stone Moves Into CPG Package Design with Barlean’s Platinum Product Line

Salted Stone worked with Barlean's to establish a fresh look for their premium product line
Phil Dupertuis
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Design

Creative Redesign Pays Immediate Dividends for Med School Tutors

Med School Tutors knew it needed a redesign but wasn't sure where to start. Enter Salted Stone.
Jason Feller
restaurant
Design

Design With Purpose

Answering the question "what do you want your visitors to do?" can help you design your online presence with purpose.
Mike Skeehan