Websites / Interactive
Website Design & Development
The Compost Clubhouse website was redesigned in July 2020. This new website dives deeper into the meaning of Compost Clubhouse, how the organization started, and highlights the kids with their bios and youth roles. Users can sign up for the monthly subscription service with options such as choosing your neighborhoods, what type of residence you live in, and how many buckets you want to receive. The Compost Quiz gives the user the opportunity to test how much they know about composting, landfills, and food waste.
Nonprofit & Government
This website takes a clean, minimal approach that allows the artwork to shine. The gallery’s current exhibition is featured large on the homepage and additional artwork is featured in a grid layout on the individual artist pages. From there, the user is linked to more detailed information about the artist and each piece of artwork.
Contemporary Art Matters
Products & Services
The Avina Women’s Care website was what kick-started the Avina Women’s Care rebrand and new long-lasting client relationship. The website’s key feature is the ability request an appointment online with providers that work at different locations, offer different services and accept different insurances. This site tells a story to make the patient feel welcome and at ease when it comes to their health.
Avina Women's Care
Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing took on a new format for the 2017 Annual Report. We designed and developed a microsite that houses all of the stories, photos, graphs and charts that have always been a part of this publication. The site features large images opposite copy – imitating the feeling of a printed spread. A slider navigation that takes the user through pages within a section also helps to retain the experience of storytelling and pacing. Because of the digital format, however, users can now interact with some of the map graphs and watch a video that features the work that OCCH does. We created this video in partnership with Loose Films to tell OCCH’s story for those users who might not be familiar with or have a deep understanding of the organization’s work. The microsite was updated with new photos, graphs and charts, and a new video for the 2018 Annual Report.
Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing
This website was created with the team at the Columbus Council on World Affairs to help promote the organization’s Global Fluency Training and Global Scholars Diploma. Through these programs, CCWA educates professionals and high school students, respectively, on global fluency. The Global Fluency Institute brings these offerings to a national audience.
With a modular design, colorful graphics and bright imagery of people, the site successfully explains the ‘why,’ ‘what’ and ‘how’ of each program. It also features a calendar of upcoming events and an archive of The Global Report. The Global Fluency Quiz provides the user with an opportunity to test their own knowledge of the world—emphasizing the need for these trainings.
Columbus Council on World Affairs
This mobile-responsive website was designed to highlight and detail the current projects of Betterhood, a nonprofit organization seeking to improve economically disadvantaged neighborhoods. The site features large imagery and a clean, flexible layout displaying various project renderings and diagrams.
This mobile-responsive website was created with large, bright imagery and bold colors to tell the story of The Matriots, a political action committee organized to promote the election of more women to public office. Users can view past events, apply for endorsement as a candidate, and donate to join the committee. The site is set up to be easily updated as the PAC grows and changes.
As the city of Columbus grows, more people are opting for alternative commuting options. MORPC’s Gohio Commute website equips commuters and companies with resources to help them explore commuting options available in Central Ohio. Ridematching, emergency ride home service and incentive campaigns are just a few of the resources offered. The website features colorful imagery, a comprehensive live Air Quality forecast and an interactive slideshow navigation highlighting various mobility options and their key benefits.
Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission
The Downtown Columbus website offers users access to all that the city’s center has to offer featuring extensive listings categorized under Live, Work and Play. The Downtown Concierge makes it easy for the user to filter the site’s content by interest. The Downtown Map allows the user to plan stops around the city. The excitement of Columbus’s downtown is portrayed with large, featured videos and photos and a bold, colorful design. Events, restaurants, businesses and hotels are automatically pulled from outside sources like Google to keep the site up to date.
Since designing the brand in 2012, Ibel Agency updates the theme and marketing materials for the Film Festival of Columbus (FFOCOL) each year. An important source of art and culture in Columbus, the Film Festival features work by many up-and-coming Ohio filmmakers. This was the inspiration for the 2017 theme, which shows a camera emerging from a white background and a red bird breaking free (also a nod to Ohio’s state bird). Ibel Agency applied this theme to all of the event collateral including the website, ads, banners, social media assets, festival programs, tshirts, bags, tickets and passes.
Film Festival of Columbus
Promotional Postcard: 4.25" x 5.5"
Program: 4.25" x 5.5"
Ticket: 7" x 2"
Standing Banners: 2' 7" x 5' 6"
Hanging Banners: 4' x 10'
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