Responsive Web Design and Development: Ivory & White Bridal Boutique (Birmingham, Alabama)

In 2014 we began a relationship with Brooke Mason and Ivory & White Bridal Boutique, and planning out their responsive web presence. Brooke had pinpointed the style of website design that she had envisioned for Ivory & White, focusing on functionality and an effortless user interface to educate their target audience available products while leaving the clutter to a minimum. She was also ready to have a dynamic, adaptive web experience for her potential clients.   The new Ivory &

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13 2014

Responsive Web Design and Development: Highlands Students (Birmingham, Alabama)

We were thrilled to continue our relationship with Church of the Highlands, specifically Highlands Students, in 2014. Heidi Spicer met with Ingram Image in late 2013 with her refined structure and pinpoint vision for the new website presence for Highlands Students…which was focused on simplicity, minimalism and an emphasis on educating parents of students quickly. Another huge focus of Heidi and the Highlands Students team was to provide an optimal experience on iPhones and tablets especially. Mobile experiences are obviously

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22 2014

Responsive Website Design & Development / Logo Design + Branding: Watkins Trucking Company (Birmingham, Alabama)

Ingram Image met with Bo Watkins from Watkins Trucking Company in late 2013 because their trusted family business just needed a minor rebrand and facelift to get them up to date with their marketing and web presence. And after hearing that their current Watkins Trucking logo had established brand recognition among residents in their area and in their industry, we wanted to stick as close to their logo as possible, while still making it feel fresh and current.   In

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16 2014

Responsive Website Design & Development: Valleydale Church (Birmingham, Alabama)

It was an honor to have the opportunity to work with Pastor Jason Dees and the Valleydale Church team to create their new web presence in late 2013. After sitting down with Jason and their team, and dreaming up their ideal web experience, we knew there was no question that we wanted to use responsive web design and development as the core of this new project. 2013 ushered in a new era of website design and development, as it is

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16 2014

Visual Identity + Branding + Web Design Splash Page: Rob and Wynter

There’s nothing quite like having your family trust you to make them look good, and we were honored to take on the new brand of “Rob and Wynter” when the two uber-talented photographers combined their efforts to reach a new market in the wedding industry. The two have styles that are similar, but unique. Where we landed with their visual identity and logo stemmed from the idea that their brand needed to reflect Rob’s retro, vintage tastes alongside Wynter’s classic,

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14 2014

Branding: Revivify

We received the great pleasure in 2013 to work with Bethany Meadows at Vertical Solutions Media, and to team up with one of her clients to create a visual identity for an over-the-counter product called Revivify. Their goal was to establish an identity that looked as high-end, minimalist and elegant as the top OTC creams and solutions already in the marketplace. Both the client, and Ingram Image were extremely pleased with the final product, as it helped to establish the

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14 2014

Ingram Image Visual Identity + Branding: Tie This (Birmingham, AL)

Pastor Wales Williams, Jr. came to us in 2013 needing an identity for his new company “Tie This,” which specializes in custom ties and bow ties. Wales trusted our knowledge and assessment of the fashion industry’s trends and styles, and we combined this with his tastes and visual preferences to establish a timeless mark. We didn’t want it to be too trendy, but definitely wanted a logo that would be relevant in today’s culture…while still remaining classic enough to last

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12 2014

Website Design & Development and Branding: Windwood Equestrian (Birmingham, Alabama)

Ingram Image had the opportunity to work with Windwood Equestrian and Windwood Weddings in early 2013 to take their web presence to another level. We integrated a WordPress Content Management System (CMS) with their website to give them complete control over all of its content, and we were very pleased with the experience on the desktop and mobile devices. Check out their website experience at www.windwoodequestrian.

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08 2013

Website Design & Development and Branding: MOTION Students

In the summer of 2012, the Church of the Highlands students staff came to us with the task of helping them evolve their brand through a new, dynamic web presence that launched their new MOTION Students initiative. This new MOTION Students strategy revolved around three aspects of the ministry – MOTION Conference, MOTION Nights and MOTION Network, all of which are integral parts of equipping students to live out their faith in a practical way. It was an honor to

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08 2012

Brand Design & Development: Winter Park Chocolate

Joe Mazza approached us in the spring of 2012 with his growing chocolate business, and needed a visual identity to communicate their core message – that Winter Park Chocolate offers “hand-dipped” chocolate, fresh from the kettles that spin at their store to keep the chocolate at a perfect temperature. And after grasping what made this local chocolate business unique, we tailored a logo and visual identity that communicated a thick, warm and appetizing message. We wanted the main font to

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07 2012