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2015 Year in Review

As we enter into the new year, we are taking a moment to look back at major milestones for Clearly Innovative. This list is in no particular order.

15 Highlights from 2015

15.) New Clearly Innovative Address

Clearly Innovative Office: 1100 H St NW

Our headquarters is now located in the City Center neighborhood at 1100 H Street NW Washington, D.C.

14.) 47th NAACP Image Awards: Another Mobile App and Bigger Expectations for 2016

Our first major push of 2015 was the 46th NAACP Image Awards mobile app.

In 2015, we partnered with the NAACP Image Awards for a second time to build their Image Awards show mobile app. Our continued success with the Image Awards app lead to further digital strategy talks so for the 47th NAACP Image Awards, we’ve designed and built a brand new member-based nominee and voting website as well as a promotional website, and the 47th NAACP Image Awards mobile app for their February 5th show that will be available soon.

13.) CRVIII: An Inclusive Digital Space for Incubating Tech Creativity and Innovation

Web and mobile platforms allowing more underserved communities to collaborate on tech & startup ideas

CRVIII Inc. came to us with the goal of creating a web and mobile presence that targets underserved communities to collaborate on tech & startup ideas in a digital space. This past summer, we helped CRVIII achieve this goal with an easy to navigate content rich website featuring articles on the latest in tech and entrepreneurship. We also developed an accompanying mobile app built with Ionic Framework available for iOS & Android phones.

12.) American Red Cross ( An Easier Online Shopping Experience

The American Red Cross Mobile Friendly Online Store

The American Red Cross online store that provides customers with mobile accessibility and provides Red Cross with analytics for better consumer behavior insight.

Read our reecent blog post on how we collaborated with to re-design and optimize the American Red Cross e-commerce store for mobile browsers.

11.) Queens Public Library: Continued Mobile & Tablet Support for One of the Largest Library Systems in the World