Saturday, October 31, 2009

Presenting a Shocking New Site for The Institute of Forensic Electro-Pathology

J2 Creative announces the launch of the newly designed web site for the Canadian based Institute of Forensic Electro-Pathology, The Institute of Forensic Electro-Pathology is a non-profit dedicated to providing forensic engineering and science organizations a collection of artifacts and a knowledge base to service the legal, insurance, and other various industries.

J2 Creative designed a dynamic database driven site which allows users to search the extensive archival collection of photos and videos relating to electrical failures and accidents.

Friday, October 2, 2009

To Our Friends & Clients...

Cincinnati, OH- On September 11, 2009 the Business Courier named J2 Creative, LLC one of the TOP 25 design firms in the Tri-state.

Thursday, August 27, 2009

InOneWeekend 2009 is holding their second annual entrepreneurship event this weekend, and once again J2 Creative was tapped to design the poster for the keynote event. continues to draw impressive speakers. Last year featured Roy Gilbert, Google's Director of Global Consumer Operations; this year features Ali Rowghani, CFO for Disney Pixar. keynote events are free, so stop in an get inspired!

Thursday, August 6, 2009

J2 Creative Unveils New Web Sites for Robin Wood Flowers

J2 Creative LLC announces the launch of the newly redesigned and the all new Robin Wood Flowers of Cincinnati, OH is a luxury florist specializing in unique flower arrangements for homes, weddings, businesses and more.

J2 Creative designed and developed the new web sites for Robin Wood Flowers to showcase their growing selection of spectacular floral designs and live plants. In addition to redesigning and upgrading, an all new sister site, was created to address a growing demand for their exceptional wedding services. With Robin Wood Weddings, brides-to-be now have the ability to browse through some of Cincinnati's most elegant weddings, view exquisite selections of bouquets and table settings, and schedule a personal wedding consultation. Robin Wood Flowers has grown through the years into a successful, multi-faceted business and J2 Creative recognized the need to communicate their diverse offerings online. “J2 Creative’s work goes beyond attractive design,” says James Westbrooks, a partner in J2 Creative. “We are helping Robin Wood Flowers reach new customers and build ongoing relationships.”

Having worked with Robin Wood Flowers since 2005, J2 Creative was excited to reintroduce Robin Wood Flowers to the global online community. “I am always excited to work with Robin, and I’m especially thrilled to be involved with a client that sees the value in doing what you love and being passionate about what you do,” says Westbrooks.

Friday, May 1, 2009

A Modern Mark With A Victorian Twist

Carriage House Auto Spa is a growing franchise of car washes offering a "spa-like" experience to discriminating car owners. They offer state-of-the-art technology that is approved for use by BMW and Mercedes-Benz.

When looking to re-brand themselves for growth, they wanted to emphasize their combination of technology and service, with an emphasis on classic luxury.

Friday, April 10, 2009

J2 Creative Unveils New Identity For Shanahan Wildermuth Interiors

Originally known as Tassels, Shanahan Wildermuth Interiors was evolving from a luxurious home furnishings boutique to a full service interior design agency. Seeking to reintroduce themselves to the market, they turned to J2 Creative.

J2 Creative helped conceive and design a new brand identity for their changing business – one that spoke to the high-end customers they were seeking, and articulated the "five star service" they offer.

Monday, April 6, 2009

Cincinnati Innovates

As Cincinnati Innovates was gearing up for an exciting new competition, they wanted to encourage Cincinnati residents of all ages to showcase their technological, artistic, and ingeniously innovative ideas.

J2 Creative was approached to design the promotional collateral that would be displayed on college campuses throughout Greater Cincinnati.