Here are just a handful of the organizations that have benefited from our services.
The McGraw-Hill Companies
For over 10 years, Cybergraphix has provided a multitude of services including graphic design, document creation, document conversion, file optimization, as well as full-scale development and production of high-end commercial products such as TeacherWorks and StudentWorks.
Timmy's Town Center
Timmy's Town Center (TTC) is a private, not-for-profit organization formed to create a children's museum. Over time and through relevant interactive, hands-on and minds-on changing exhibits and programs, TTC helps young visitors, their families and their caregivers discover what it means to live in, care for and sustain a healthy community. It was our privledge to produce a 30 spot commercial for them, seen on the Animation Page.
GIANT Food Stores
Nutritionists at Giant Food Stores wanted a Web-based resource that educates kids ages 6 to 10 about nutritious eating and healthy lifestyles. Cybergraphix provided our Character Design, Video, and Animation Services to produce this well-received product.
Cybergraphix worked with Rockwell to convert all of their technical product documentation to a new authoring system without missing any deadlines or having any downtime while waiting on manuals to be converted.
The process involved tens of thousands of pages for numerous authors.
Visit our document conversion page to learn more.
West Virginia Symphony Orchestra
We developed a couple of musical education products that include a full animated story complete with a musical score composed by the West Virginia Symphony. Children could both learn about music as well as be entertained by the story. We also included educational games designed to help children learn more about musical notes, instruments, and key sequences from each story. Visit our Flash Development page to learn more.
Metso/Best was spending a lot of money on printing and mailing promotional materials to all of its resellers. With constant product updates, many of those pieces became obsolete. So we came up with a solution to convert all of their literature to an electronic format and created an interactive CD-ROM that could be mailed or used at trade shows, as well as a corresponding web site that contained the same information. The result was less printing and mailing costs and a quicker update cycle using our short-run disc printing capabilities.
From pre-press to conversion from legacy applications to capturing data from old printed publications, Cybergraphix has produced numerous children’s educational publications for School Specialty. Quickly and cost-effectively. Visit our traditional publishing and document conversion pages to learn more.
When MTD needed to capture warranty claim data from its multi-state dealer network, they turned to Cybergraphix to handle over 10,000 forms per week, gathering product information, part numbers, quantities and pricing to ensure that their dealers were reimbursed in a timely manner.
Cybergraphix worked to create multimedia E-blasts to raise awareness in alumni activities and pledge support. The use of Flash technology allowed the audience to experience much more online than what was used in the past, including snail-mail forms and letters. OU’s alumni members could interact with the multimedia, watch short films of their alma mater, and contribute pledges with a click of a button online. View an example of our work for OU on the Interactive Media page.