The new AccuTEC home page

Website for AccuTec Blades


03.15.17
When it came time for AccuTec Blades to tune up their digital toolbox--a.k.a., their website--we stepped up to the plate. No one questioned that: the …
Licking County Library Marketing Plan and Design System

Marketing Plan and Design System for Licking County Library


01.09.17
We are pleased to announce the implementation of a system-wide marketing planning initiative and brand refresh for the Licking County Library System (LCLS). A Need to …
Logo design for AccuTEC Blades

AccuTec Blades Rebrand


03.14.16
Branding work for AccuTEC Blades included a new logo for both AccuTEC and Gem Runner, trade show booth design, ad design, drafting a marketing plan, and microsite development.
Charlottesville law office

Morin & Barkley


02.04.16
“Morin & Barkley came to us requesting a site that would be easily navigable for clients and staff and reflect the high quality of their work,” said Managing Partner Pam Fitzgerald.
Mobile responsive website design for Branchlands, Retirement Community

Website for Branchlands


02.04.16
The Ivy Group developed an updated website for Branchlands, a Cambridge Healthcare Management property.
UVA Physicians Group microsite

Microsite for UVA Physicians Group Recruitment


12.01.15
To boost UVA Physician Group’s online presence and raise its profile among stiff healthcare recruitment competition, The Ivy Group developed a recruitment microsite.
Envelope design for Charlottesville Tomorrow's 2015 Annual Report

See What We’ve Dug Up!


11.10.15
The Ivy Group designed an eye-catching envelope for Charlottesville Tomorrow featuring their mascot, Buddy the News Hound.
Mobile Responsive Website Integrated with ChamberMaster

New Website Launched for Charlottesville’s Chamber of Commerce


10.29.15
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.

Board Building Workshops for New Jersey Not-For-Profits


10.05.15
The New Jersey Historical Commission, New Jersey Historic Trust, and New Jersey State Library are partnering to offer a statewide series of board training workshops lead by Ivy Group partners Nancy Davis and Pam Fitzgerald.
UVA Health System nurse recruitment brochures developed by The Ivy Group

Recruitment Marketing for UVA Health System


07.18.15
The Ivy Group provides UVA Health System (UVAHS) with recruitment advertising, consulting, and creative to recruit talented nurses to the UVAHS team.
The Mooring House website redesign icons

Website for The Mooring House


06.29.15
The most beautiful getaway on Cape Cod deserves an equally beautiful website. The managers of  The Mooring House, a graciously proportioned inn along the main …
Logo design for New Country Organics, Waynesboro VA

New Logo for New Country Organics


02.02.15
The Ivy Group designed a logo for New Country Organics, an organic feed company based in Waynesboro, Virginia.
The Ivy Group is a full-service marketing agency

New Website for Us


01.23.15
We launched our redesigned and custom developed (all in-house!) site early this year. The new site plays with some web trends, such as looping videos, Pinterest-style masonry article layouts, and big, beautiful imagery for our Work pages. Most importantly, underneath all the "prettiness" we've got a workhorse, a super customized WordPress content management system.
Cvilleshop website homepage with Seminole Square Shopping Center, Pantops Shopping Center, and Blue Ridge Shopping Center.

New “Cville Shop” Website Launched


12.15.14
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.
Ready Kids design system and logo

ReadyKids Rebrand


11.17.14
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 …