Do you have any statistics or metrics to track improvement from the project?
As a result of the page, Safir Interactive got more business. As a result of Jason’s design work and publicity, the film played at more than 70 festivals internationally, and we won more than 25 awards with it. To a certain extent, Jason’s work played some role in that. Anecdotally, I could say he got more work out of it, and people across the board said they liked the site very much.
Is there anything unique about Jason Safir Interactive that really makes them stand out, compared to other companies?
There are a few very strong points about Jason Safir Interactive. One is client dedication and loyalty. Some people very much want the business and are in it strictly for the business. On the other hand, Jason is passionate about projects. He is clearly doing it as a business, but he brings his passion to the table and it shows. It translates into a lot of hours and a lot of freebies, which is very valuable when you are a small business. You don’t want to work with a designer that is going to charge you an hourly rate, plus additional hourly charges every time you ask for a little change or tweak. Jason is very accommodating in that regard, and he is driven by his passion.
Also, Jason has a very good skill set overall as well as a lot of good assets. Above and beyond being a Web designer, he has a multimedia studio at his facility. He is able to shoot things, navigate a lot of different special effects as well as a lot of different software suites that are tied to media production. That can come in handy when it comes to Web design as well, especially as the Web becomes more video centric. The fact that I can get that all through Jason is very valuable to me.
Looking back on the work so far, is there any area that you think they could improve upon or that you might do differently?