Solid & clean
The odds are that you won’t trust an expert service unless it has a convincing and up-to-date website. We set out on a mission to ensure that Hintsa delivers all of their promises online. This meant cleaning up and solidifying the site while also focusing on a more visually pleasant user experience. The new site gives a professional and positive vibe of Hintsa’s expertise.
The website uses our modular Everblox tool on WordPress, which makes editing content and site management simple. The blocks provide great tools for creating engaging content and for presenting Hintsa’s services neatly organized.
Users were activated to test how well they score in the different areas of health and wellbeing. The survey was integrated with HubSpot to automate the process and send users their personal reports based on their answers.
They almost never call us
Every now and then, we wonder if we make things too easy for our clients. We certainly made ourselves almost useless to Hintsa Performance by providing them the tools for effortless site management. We take that as a sign of a job well done, though, and the site’s performance figures agree.
We are trusted by some of the most demanding clients in the world – from F1 to Fortune 500. This means that also our website needs to reflect our premium brand and perform well.
Evermade helped us renew our site and gave us the tools needed to constantly improve it for the better. Our metrics are up and feedback has been very positive.
These people made it happen.
I mainly design websites, but can handle almost everything. I have some front-end development experience, so I also understand websites. I think that, it’s just not about how websites look like, but the whole experience and function.
I have been cruising around Western Finland. Born in Käläviä and moved to Tornio to study fine arts. After graduated from fine arts program I moved to Turku. After 3 -years in Turku I moved to Helsinki. And here I am.
I spend my spare time in the woods, either with my dog or my bike. Every once in awhile I go climbing out/indoors. I also have to admit that I’m a Jokerit fan. See you in the games 😉
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Developer, Designer, Co-Founder
Developer, Designer, Co-Founder
I started as a Flash designer/animator until Mr. Steve said Flash is not the future. I moved on and now I’m a designer/developer hybrid who likes to do some teaching.
My big dream was to start a company and so one day I decided to move my computer to my mom’s basement and thats how Evermade got started. Nowadays I try to push the quality of our end products higher. I want to be able to achieve projects goals while keeping the world class visual and technical quality.
Every winter I take a long vacation to go backcountry snowboarding with my friends. I also like to document the company & snowboarding with photography.
I am a restless creative mind and I get excited really easily. I laugh a lot and loud — even during client meetings and workshops. I like workshopping with clients.
When diving into new project I want to wrap my head around the whole thing and understand the client. I want to really solve problems and not just do some sugar coated layouts.
Within all this web stuff I also have experience in illustrating, all the print stuff and creating visual identities for companies and events.
I try to get off-line as much as possible. The best ideas are more likely to hit me while reading a book instead of surfing through those so-called inspirational sites. In my off-line life I also enjoy graffiti, Finnish archipelago and spending my money dining in restaurants.
I used to be a designer, but then I
took an arrow to the knee was sat down in front of Sublime Text and was told to make code happen. Since then, I’ve spent the last 4 years at Evermade working at various roles and projects, but have more or less settled on code: front-end wizardry with a touch of esoteric back-end languages and tools.
I love trying out new things, especially if those new things bend my mind a bit. I’m transparent and open, I challenge the defaults, and I ask the question “why?” a lot. I strongly believe that shared understanding is critically important for successful collaboration, and that openness and insistence on clear communication are a great way to get there.
Things I enjoy outside of my professional life include (but are not limited to) good coffee, video games and nature (especially when hiking there).
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