Rouviere Media did the design, logo and branding, as well as the web and the Expression Engine development for this website for REAP, a Sanford, North Carolina company.
REAP develops renewable energy and historic preservation projects across the southeastern United States.
This infographic on the website is a map that shows the location of REAP's many projects.
The website also includes the infographic and landowners' form below, which offers rural landowners an opportunity to retain ownership of their land and reap value from it by developing solar projects on it.
REAP's historic preservation projects include the restoration of the historic Lutterloh building in downtown Sanford, California for residential and commercial purposes. This landing page by Rouviere Media describes the project, offers leasing opportunities and shows the building in video and photographs.
This special project page has a 360-degree video and a slide show of photos depicting the building's history.
Rouviere Media has enhanced thousands of lives through digital media for more than a decade. We have created all or part of more than 100 websites, produced print and e-books and created thousands of fine photographs as well as infographics and graphic designs. As we have expanded into apps, our mission remains the same - connecting the real and digital worlds seamlessly across channels and devices to solve problems and improve lives.
Forrest is an iOS app developer, web developer and international photojournalist whose pictures have been published in top international publications all over the world.
He speaks Mandarin and is experienced in working in China and Asia.
Donna is a graphic designer, writer/journalist and historian who has designed and project managed iOS apps, dozens of websites, six photo-illustrated books and many smaller graphic design projects. She has written hundreds of news stories for major international publications.
She crafts user-friendly apps, websites, books, infographics and illustrations for the general public on complex, significant topics - China and Asia, health, the environment, food and home. She speaks Mandarin.
We work for a flat rate of $60/hour for web design and development. To help you plan your budget, we provide estimates of the overall cost of projects. We are happy to work with you to bring your project into line with your budget through a variety of strategies such as using alternative technologies and phasing projects. We consider your long-term needs to create a cost strategy that will be affordable now and avoid expensive overhauls in the future as your needs change. Generally, the cost for a new website or an extensive redesign of a website starts at $5,000. Smaller projects are billed on a $60 per hour basis.
Pricing for iOS app development is negotiable. Please contact us to discuss your project.
See prices for stock photos in our stock collection on this website. We do assignment photos for $500/day plus expenses and will provide up-front estimates for assignments. Our fees include pre-production planning, setup, shooting, and post-production costs. For publications or websites with standard rates, we work for the publication rate or will negotiate a fee.
To help us plan your project and save you money, please download the appropriate
questionnaire, fill it out and attach it to your email.
Or call or text us at
878 N 1200 E
Mapleton, UT 84664