Empire South Realty Advisors is a real estate company focusing on rural land, farm, and commercial property deals.
nuSpace Media worked with Empire South Realty Advisors to design a logo that would capture the essence of the new brand.
Empire South Realty Advisors decided to go with a pre-developed responsive WordPress theme. nuSpace Media helped Empire South Realty Advisors customize the look and feel with the company’s new branding. nuSpace Media then implemented a real estate IDX feed and customized the usually residential-oriented plugin to pull properties specific to Empire South Realty Advisors’ rural land, farm, and commercial property needs.
Website: Empire South Realty Advisors
Empire South Realty Advisors Logo:
Crabapple Montessori School is a private Montessori curriculum school located in the Crabapple neighborhood of Alpharetta, Georgia.
nuSpace Media collaborated with Lucid Partners a few years ago to develop the Crabapple Montessori School website using WordPress. The design was provided by Lucid Partners.
With ever changing technology Crabapple Montessori School felt the need to provide a responsive website to its visitors. Lucid Partners made minor design adjustments to the existing design and nuSpace Media redeveloped the WordPress website into a responsive-friendly format that would allow mobile, tablet, and computer users alike to browse the content.
Website: Crabapple Montessori School
Crabapple Montessori School homepage:
Crabapple Montessori School internal page:
The Jekyll Island Club Hotel is a historic vacation destination on Georgia’s coast. The club hotel was constructed in 1888 as a winter retreat for the wealthy of the Gilded Age. Today anyone is welcome to stay and enjoy the warm climate of the Georgia sea side in this historic hotel while enjoying fine dining and beaches.
nuSpace Media first worked with the Jekyll Island Club Hotel in 2006 for a website redesign, then again in 2009 for a CSS conversion and design facelift, and in 2011 for a conversion to WordPress.
We are happy they once again trusted our expertise during the latest project where the website was converted to use responsive design, making it friendly for PC, tablet, and mobile users, while also receiving another design overhaul. Additional features include a blog and a shopping cart to sell Jekyll Island Club Hotel branded merchandise.
Website: Jekyll Island Club Hotel
Jekyll Island Club Hotel homepage:
Jekyll Island Club Hotel internal page:
Westview is an awesome neighborhood in Southwest Atlanta. It also happens to be where we’re based. When we moved to the neighborhood it was lacking much of a web presence. It didn’t take long for us to decide that needed to change.
nuSpace Media developed the branding identity for the neighborhood using an Arts and Crafts look to reflect the neighborhood’s majority Craftsman era housing stock. nuSpace Media worked with the neighborhood organization to come up with street toppers. nuSpace Media additionally created a promotional book, neighborhood bookmarks, a banner, flyers for festivals and events, and developed a website using the WordPress content management system using responsive design, allowing neighbors to access the website from desktops, laptops, tablets and smart phones.
Westview street toppers:
Westview promotional book, bookmark and banner designs:
House in the Park is an annual house music festival held in Atlanta, GA. The event started as a small picnic in 2004 and has grown to over 7,000 attendees.
nuSpace Media initially helped organizer Ramon Rawsoul create a distinct brand that visually represented the event’s character through the flyer and the first website in 2009. nuSpace Media worked with House in the Park once more to create a new website design that was developed with a responsive WordPress content management system, an important aspect so festival attendees can look up information as they are heading to the event. The website additionally features a shopping cart system, allowing the event to sell branded merchandise before the annual event.
Website: House in the Park
House in the Park homepage:
Here’s a look back at the first series of flyers: