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We can help outline and finetune the concept, build a communication strategy and make things happen.
As the off- and online worlds are intertwining into one reality, it’s more important than ever to have a strategic, strong online representation.
Just putting a website online and waiting for miracles to happen is not sufficient and will give your competitor the advantage.
We create strategies and build communication and marketing tools, tailored to your business and audience.
As a test, and yes, pretty much for fun, we created Facts Of Belgium, a website with awesome, remarkable or strange facts about Belgium.
The website is responsive, speed and SEO optimized (caching, compression, lazy loading, and more fancy tricks).
The Artevelde Hogeschool currently has a problem reaching new students for 2 specific trajectories, although they are so-called ‘problem professions’.
People graduating are almost certain of a job in a professional environment for which they studied.
Working with the faculty staff and students, Fastronaut is constructing a Social Media strategy in order to reach these potential new students:
Fastronaut will be delivering the new website of video production house Boss’Em.
A still very young company, they’ve gained acclaim with two short movies ‘Daijobu’ and ‘Dead Passion’ featuring some big local names as Louis Talpe, Maaike Cafmeyer, Gene Bervoets, Jan Van Looveren and others.
Just launched: http://www.tsob.be, a new website for The Sound of Belgium, a documentary on Belgian dance music.
We’re excited to be working on an initial communication & marketing plan for collection management platform Colibreo.
We’re proud to announce the launch of http://penelo.pe, website of illustrator Penelope Deltour.
The website was designed and built to her specifications, and is fully responsive.
Don’t you just love that domain name? We sure do.
Hover the logo for an animated surprise.
Fastronaut has just started as a full-time business in March of 2012, previous projects are at the discretion of the agencies and companies I was employed at.