Web design & development for 11/11 Veteran Project. Our CEO is their Director of Strategy & uses their national platform and extensive network to help clients reach strategic business goals while supporting organizations that provide access to resources for veterans and their families.
This 20-page 5-year Progress Report for a Tourism Department is printed on high quality gloss paper of magazine quality. Presenting details of progress made in an easy-to-digest manner helps Tourism stay accountable to funding sources.
Web design and development for Edgewood Townhomes and Villas, a unique luxury townhome community in Southern Virginia. They needed a modern, mobile friendly site to help display the vast array of options available to homeowners, as well as highlight available properties.
Web development for author, business strategist, speaker, and podcaster Lisa Kipps-Brown, our CEO.
Website design and marketing automation services for NASCAR driver Colin Garrett.
Illustration and Animation
A tourism office wished for some type of animation that would let visitors "drive" around the county to discover things to do. Using animation that requires no special browser plugins, illustrator Erin Kipps Brown came up with a concept to treat the project like a theme park map.
Economic development website design for Virginia's Growth Alliance, a region that covers 10 counties.
rebranding & website
Town of South Hill, Virginia, rebranding and web design.
New branding identity for The Downtown Westfield Corporation, the management entity of the Special Improvement District of Westfield, NJ. Main Street New Jersey awarded DWC a grant to work with Glerin on the rebranding and marketing strategy for Downtown Westfield.
When we were invited by Virginia's Department of Housing and Community Development to speak about marketing to Virginia Main Street Community directors from across the state, we needed something helpful to give them to take back to the office.
Our Quicky Guide to Social Media ended up being quite a hit! This poster is different from anything we've ever seen: It has dry erase blocks to let the user jot notes for planning their social media.
The poster is 11"x17" - large enough to accommodate the dry erase blocks but small enough to not take up too much of the user's office wall.
Web design and development for Vineland Downtown Improvement District / Main Street Vineland, NJ. Part of a project awarded to VDID through a Branding & Digital Design Grant from Main Street New Jersey.
FACES of Virginia, a group of mental health counselors, wanted a website that would let existing clients pay for services, access insurance information, and contact their counselor. We created a website on Squarespace to minimize their ongoing costs and take advantage of the online apps that Squarespace offers free subscriptions for.
New branding identity for Stand Up For Salem (New Jersey), a nonprofit that stimulates business opportunity, historic preservation and community growth through grassroots community development.
This magazine won an Award of Merit for Communication from the Southern Economic Development Council. Virginia's Growth Alliance is geographically the largest economic development region in Virginia. They provide a printed quarterly quality of life magazine to prospects; the magazine is printed on glossy paper that is of the quality you would find on a magazine rack. A low-res version is also available for download on their website and for distribution on usb's.
As a part of the Halifax County IDA rebranding project, the organization needed a one-sheet data flyer for prospects. The piece is designed to present a good bit of data in a condensed format that provides a quick overview of the county, and integrated design elements extend the new branding identity.
New branding identity for Main Street Vineland, NJ / Downtown Vineland Improvement District, a group that promotes, enhances and revitalizes historic Landis Avenue as a thriving commercial district and community-gathering place for shoppers, residents and visitors. Part of a project awarded to VDID through a Branding & Digital Design Grant from Main Street New Jersey.