More NewsExecs & Accounts for July 22, 2005

Execs & Accounts for July 22, 2005

Red Door, Rare Method complete Web development projects for clients; DigitalDay makes hires in creative and account management.

Red Door Interactive created two redesigned sites for Garden Fresh Restaurant Corp. The sites are for the company’s Souplantation and Sweet Tomatoes restaurants.

Rare Method launched a site and online experience on the history of the Blackfoot people for the Glenbow Museum. The site lets people learn about the lives and traditions of the Native American tribe.

Ohio creative shop DigitalDay hired numerous creative and account management pros. Craig Israel joins as Web copywriter; Nadine Immel, Melissa Diglio, and Brad Colbow as digital designers; and Sarah McArthur as account manager.

Specialized Bicycles will use WebTrends’ analytics platform to analyze and optimize traffic on its site. The company said it’s ramped up the Web presence to handle historically high traffic during July, and especially during the Tour de France.

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