Neverest

Evanston, IL | Visit the Neverest Website

This project utilizes: ECommerce, Search Engine Optimization, Website Hosting, Website Maintenance

Neverest provides unique travel and survival products for people on the go. Their Essential Journeys Kit, a bug-out bag filled with things likely to be forgotten on a trip, is their featured product. Neverest came to us needing a website that clearly displayed their products and captured the feel of their business and who they are targeting with their products.

Project Features : Getting a voice across

One important thing about Neverest's project was getting across to visitors to site the unique nature of the company. A humanitarian relief worker for more than a decade, company founder Eric James travels frequently for his aid work, and the products on the site come directly from needs he has run into when thrust into uncertain traveling conditions. Through the Neverest blog, Eric not only showcases his products out in the field, but also gives a peek into his day-to-day as he travels all over the planet.

Project Overview

As with all ecommerce sites, Neverest's required comprehensive information about their products to be displayed in a clear way.

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