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By Adam Kaufmann // Published on Mar 22, 2011

Boldwerks welcomes a new, dynamic member to the Crew. Adam Kernander is taking on a key role for Boldwerks as Interactive Director. Adam was selected for not only his proven excellent work ethic, but also his decade-plus experience as a developer. Adam’s portfolio boasts consistently superior results in development and execution. Adam has a unique background, with experience developing online games and big ideas.

When asked how it feels to always be the man behind the...

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Local juicery looks to Boldwerks to squeeze out some creative materials for store launch
By Adam Kaufmann // Published on Dec 15, 2010

Boldwerks walks into Ellie’s on 146 Fleet St, Portsmouth, NH and feels the class and elegance immediately. This is more than another stellar client; this is a valuable addition to the seacoast community. It’s obvious customers will find more than a good smoothie here. This is a lounge; a place people will come for smoothies, juice blends, teas, special treatment rooms, and a smile. Ellie’s offers a friendly, welcoming atmosphere.

Ellie’s offers a stocked menu. For the easy to please, this menu offers delicious options, and for the picky consumer, there are...

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By Adam Kaufmann // Published on Oct 08, 2010

Frank Lamparelli Oil Company has been serving the heating needs of the South Shore and Greater Boston areas for over 75 years. Yet, they are so much more than home heating delivery. Nearly half of their business is commercial. In fact, there is a very large fleet of very important vehicles that works exclusively with Frank Lamparelli Oil.

Their current website works well for their residential work, but it’s not enough. That’s why Boldwerks is going to give them an overhaul.

The new site will be just as accessible (if not more) for the regulars, but it will better...

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