Early website design for Ascentra Credit Union.
In 2006, Ethic was brought on board at one of the largest retail agencies in North America, to help bring consistency to their brand. In doing so, “The Big Idea” was created and implemented throughout all media outlets. Their corporate site has been redesigned since, but this iteration was an integrated piece of a well thought out brand strategy that crossed several marketing channels.
Creation of a new web template for their main site as well as a micro-site to promote Halco’s energy efficient products.
Website for Atlanta-based Smith Dalia Architects. Development included a custom CMS to manage projects, staff and other site data.
Ken Rosskopf is a cycling staple and over the years has dedicated much of his law practice to the active community. (Cycling, runners, walkers, etc.) Ken asked for a no nonsense site that looks and functions well. Currently kenbikelaw.com is ranked one or two in most searches, only being edged out by his friend and competition, georgiabikelaw.com, and as luck would have it was also built by the team at Ethic. Job well done in our books.
This client walked into our office out of the blue in 2008 and Ethic has been their advertising agency ever since. After successfully selling on Amazon it was time to take their Invigo line to the next level so a custom e-commerce site was created. To keep on budget, and to be truly unique, we shot the lifestyle photography using friends and family as models. Not too bad for a bunch of amateurs!
Web design and production, based on the existing backend architecture.
Lunch for Learners wanted a fun yet informative site that encourages parents to sign up for their school lunch delivery service. After creating an account, parents can add students, pick lunches from menus and pay for their items through the site.