For decades, family-owned Camp Friendship has attracted children from across the globe. In 2018, camp leaders came to us with a new logo which we developed into a full brand identity. Finally, Camp Friendship’s website and communications “100% represent who we are and what actually happens here”.
Inspired by the organization’s commitment to “Housing for All”, we designed a new brandmark and website that embodies a spirit of optimism and an ongoing commitment to inclusivity and equity.
Don’t let the name fool you. Blue Ridge Builders Supply (BRBS) is far more than a contractor’s supply store. BRBS first sought out The Ivy …
Central Virginia’s economic development organization reintroduced the region to the world with a refreshed brand and marketing program to attract young talent. A generic name, outdated …
The family orchards—located at disparate locations, and each operating according to a different harvesting schedule—needed a comprehensive marketing program to grow the business for generations …
Projected to open in late 2018, McIntire Botanical Garden aims to celebrate native Virginia flora and educate the public on conservation. But first, the Garden needed a new logo to anchor fundraising and promotions prior to opening day and beyond.
A fun and creative company, Bright Ideas approached The Ivy Group for a little branding TLC. A client-centric group, they spent so much time making …
The Ivy Group developed an updated website for Branchlands, a Cambridge Healthcare Management property.
To boost UVA Physician Group’s online presence and raise its profile among stiff healthcare recruitment competition, The Ivy Group developed a recruitment microsite.
With mobile web traffic continually on the rise, a mobile responsive website is an essential component of any modern organization. With a restructured site hierarchy, the Chamber’s new, mobile responsive site is easier to navigate on desktop, laptops and mobile devices.
The Ivy Group provides UVA Health System (UVAHS) with recruitment advertising, consulting, and creative to recruit talented nurses to the UVAHS team.
For Great Eastern Management, Google Analytics revealed that over 50% of site traffic on cvilleshop.com was from mobile users. With such a heavy volume of mobile traffic, The Ivy Group knew that it was time to revamp Great Eastern’s site to make it fully responsive.
Children, Youth, and Family Services (CYFS) of Central Virginia was often mistaken for a government program. The organization’s name was lengthy and (dare we say …
The Ivy Group provided marketing strategy, publicity, and website development for the Tayloe Murphy Center and the Resilience Awards—honors that recognize businesses in struggling economic environments in Virginia. In addition to managing branding, press relations, collateral materials, marketing, and advertising, we developed web content and programming for the Tayloe Murphy portion of the Darden School’s website.
After facilitating the rebranding of VIA, we are proud to announce the launch of its newly redesigned website: viaschool.org.