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WHY
To bring out our clients' brightest colors. We believe in doing what we LOVE and working with people that value what we do.

HOW
Genesis Marketing takes your colors and brightens them. We have the ability to analyze your color palette and showcase your brightest colors.

WHAT
We adapt to your colors and inspire consumers to fall in love with your brightest colors.



Things We Do

WEB DESIGN

We splash your colors worldwide.

We bring together our customers' passion for their product and services, brand connections, social and media connections, with a relentless dedication to helping our customers be sustainable and grow.

A good website is easy to spot! You know it's GREAT when you see it. With every new site project Genesis Marketing takes on, we aim to help our clients make an impactful first impression.
What is it that makes a Genesis Marketing website so darn good?
Genesis Marketing unifies the experience
We work to bring your brand to life visually! Web design must showcase your brand identity and tell its story. By unifying your brand design practices across all contact points, a web design becomes part of a cohesive and distinctive user experience for your customers, whether they're online, experiencing your product/service or visiting you in person.

As an example, the Beck's Harvest House website does a fantastic job of unifying their design from web, to retail, to the product.

Discover Cle Elum successfully translates their local history and unique visitor experience on their website.


Our websites emphasize content
Modern web design is all about facilitating and emphasizing your content. Our websites are built around the principles of simple, clean and non-intrusive frameworks, which surface as better design output than clunky alternatives.
A custom user experience
The age of the ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach has long ended. Simple practices include personalizing account settings that allow users to set favorite pages, changing color schemes, controlling customer information, retaining individual preferences and changing dynamically in response to different customers. Great design is about giving each user exactly what they want.

CentralWashingtonColor.com is a classic example of a website that delivers personalized web experiences to its customers (such as personal recommendations, wish lists and more.)
Sites that are flexible
With innumerable screen devices, browsers and operating systems available, web and app design can no longer be created along rigid and static dimensions.

The effectiveness of web design is now judged on how well it adapts to the devices and platform its target customers use. Allow us to create web experiences that adapt to the technology and platform your users are utilizing.
Streamlining the process
In design terms, we call this ‘usability’. Our websites consider the many different paths customers might take to achieve their goals on your website. By removing friction along these paths, users have a better experience and ultimately convert more often. At Genesis Marketing, our websites anticipate what users need and provide an experience to match.
Integrating social functionality
The importance of social media in your current and future digital presence is undeniable. To become truly social, websites and content have to be designed in a way that fit for social consumption digitally.
Web Design Guidelines:
1. Simple is beautiful.
Cramming too much into each page creates confusion. Visitors get frustrated when they have to scan through rows of links and images to find what they are looking for. By keeping your pages simple, your website will be easier to use.
2. Design is paramount.
When you meet someone for the first time, you want to make a good first impression. The same should be true for your website. The overall look and feel of your site is the first thing your visitors will notice.
3. Navigation should be intuitive.
There are few things more frustrating than not being able to find what you want on a website. Pages should be well-organized with a top-down design so that visitors can easily browse through the different sections of your site.
4. Consistency is key.
Visitors shouldn't feel like they are visiting a new website each time they open a new page on your site. Consistent design across the pages within your site makes navigation a much easier task.
5. Colors are crucial.
Color selection can make or break a website. Most of us have visited websites that are simply painful to look at. When choosing colors, use a consistent palette of colors that don't clash and make sure there is a strong contrast between the text and the background.
6. Make your website responsive.
People will access your website using a wide variety of devices – from smartphones to desktop computers. Therefore, it's important that your website displays correctly on different screen sizes. CSS media queries are a great way to implement responsive web design.
7. Develop for multiple browsers.
Browsers are supposed to render pages the same way, but they don't. Therefore, make sure to check your website in multiple browsers to make sure everything appears correctly. It's best to catch problems ahead of time instead of relying on complaints from your visitors.
8. Check your website for errors.
As any experienced editor will tell you, a great piece of work can be tarnished by a small error. If you're a webmaster, check your websites on a regular basis for typos, broken links, and images that don't load correctly.
9. Write your own code.
Genesis Marketing will write custom code for your site. When coded, you have full control over how they look and act.
10. Don't forget the content.
Even if your site is beautifully designed, it's only an empty shell without content. A good website has both great design and great content. Therefore, make sure your pages have unique, original content that makes them worth visiting.

We are obsessively committed to growing our customers' business. Our strength is to customize our services to perfectly match your needs. We pride ourselves on being “Freaky Flexible” with our core values directly connected to our obsession to be our BEST for our clients.

Meet the Genesis Marketing Team

Genesis Marketing is a full-service marketing agency that offers a range of customized marketing plans and strategies that bring out the best colors of our clients. We have assembled a talented team of creative curators, diligent event planners, word smiths, analytical gurus, number nerds, & organizational freaks that are dedicated to working on big challenges in honest collaboration with our clients. We are a group of crazy like-minded individuals that love to play hard, but work even harder.   [Apply for an Internship]
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Mary Kae Repp

Chief Color Coordinator
Owner of Genesis Marketing -- Bringing Peoples Dreams to Life in the Most Colorful Way Possible

joel

Joel MANSFIELD

Supreme Color Clarifier
General Administrative Duties, Social Media and Co-Op Claims

paxton

Paxton McKinney

Media Placement Strategist
Strategist that optimizes media placement whether traditional or online.

robb-davis

Robb Davis

Website Virtuoso
Web & Graphic Design, Search Engine Optimization, Database Management, Analytics

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John Rawley

Curator of Creativity
Our Go-To Guy for All Things Creative

angie-macedo

Angie Macedo

Social Media Maven
Online Marketing, Visual Design, Social Media Management

cailyn-connelly

Cailyn Connelly

Technical Writing Aficionado
Our Go-To "Proofer" & Social Media Superhero


Genesis Marketing believes in the science of happiness. We work hard every day to be at our “BEST” through working on being “Heliotropic”.

What is being Heliotropic?
(As defined from Mary Kae’s friend Dr. Harry Cohen)
  • Be REAL
  • Be KIND
  • Be VULNERABLE
  • LISTEN
  • Be GRATEFUL
  • Follow through on commitments
  • Be Compassionate
  • FORGIVE
  • SMILE
  • Make people feel GREAT
  • Be at your BEST and put people at their BEST
We believe that in acting this way we bring out our best performance, creativity, and our best health.

Recently, a critical mass of research has provided what might be the most basic and irrefutable argument in favor of happiness: Happiness and good health go hand-in-hand. Indeed, scientific studies have been finding that happiness can make our hearts healthier, our immune systems stronger, and our lives longer. Several of the studies cited below suggest that happiness causes better health; others suggest only that the two are correlated—perhaps good health causes happiness but not the other way around. Happiness and health may indeed be a virtuous circle, but researchers are still trying to untangle their relationship.

We like to think our weekly color emails make people happier...this is our desire and wish for all who receive them.

Happiness is researched to do these six things for your life:

Remaining Positive, Relaxed, and Mindful
    1. Happiness protects your heart
    2. Happiness strengthens your immune system
    3. Happiness combats stress
    4. Happy people have fewer aches and pains
    5. Happiness combats disease and disability
    6. Happiness lengthens our lives


This Weeks Color Email

START YOUR WEEK WITH THE COLOR OF MEMORY
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June 18th, 2018 // by John Rawley

Happy Monday!
 
We hope this email helps you kickoff another awesome work week!

Today's email is brought to you by John our Curator of Creativity.

I find myself having a terrible memory. I forget people's names. I misplace important sticky notes. I shamefully click the "forgot my password" button frequently on my Spotify account. My memory just isn't the best. I admit that.

But sometimes the best solution to a problem is knowing the issue exists in the first place. Knowing that I forget names easily, reminds me to make the extra effort when meeting someone. Knowing I lose my notes, forces me to put them in the same place every time. And knowing I can't recall my passwords helps remind me to write them down. I don't just ignore my faults. I accept them and adapt.

I found the video below a while back and it stuck in my mind. (I guess I just couldn't forget it.) It's from Vox, one of my favorite YouTube subscriptions. It follows a fellow who realized he had a memory problem and then illustrates how he went about correcting it. Give it a gander, it helped me with my forgotten thoughts.



This week's color email courtesy of:




John Rawley
Curator of Creativity // Genesis Marketing



Genesis Marketing / (509) 777-1120 / Spokane, WA


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