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An Overdue Logo and Site Refresh Brightens the JAMS Brand

jams-logoBeaverton, OR – August 26, 2015 – LeftBrainRightBrain Marketing (LBRB) today announced the launch of a new brand identity and web site design for JAMS of Portland.

“The previous version of the JAMS site had been languishing for a long time, with a dated design, broken links and pages that didn’t have any content on them” said Drew Zagorski, Principal of LeftBrainRightBrain Marketing. “Sensei Miwako wanted to refresh the JAMS brand from top to bottom, including a new logo and a more up to date web site. We worked with her to dial in quickly, as her Fall term was getting ready to begin, and banged out both before the start of classes. In addition, we implemented an online registration form that is encrypted to protect personal information, as well as archiving them on the back end. This will streamline the registration process for the JAMS team. In addition, we’ve added a calendar tool to share upcoming deadlines, dates, events and closures, as well as a blog for JAMS to share stories and important information with their community.”

jams-site“As we expected” said said JAMS Sensei Miwako Sakabayashi, “Drew and his team came through with flying colors! We’re thrilled with the new logo – it’s much cleaner and makes a great statement. And the new site is brighter, easier to navigate, presents information more cleanly and can now be a destination for our students and families. The old site sat idle for quite a while, so we were excited about getting this new one up and running so quickly. The LBRB team continues to be extremely responsive to our needs and we’re thrilled to be working with them again!”

About JAMS – Japanese Abacus Math School of Portland, LLC

The Japanese Abacus Math School of Portland – JAMS – specializes in providing Abacus instruction with the goal of working closely with students to encourage them to succeed. JAMS believes that by empowering students to achieve success with the Abacus – focusing on classroom lessons and homework assignments – they will grow in areas that go well beyond the classroom. That’s been the JAMS approach since our doors opened in 2001. Please visit the JAMS website to learn more about abacus math classes.