Our work gets results. What you'll get are one-of-a-kind campaigns, brilliant branding, dazzling websites, and eye-catching environmental graphics. What you won't get is one-size fits all ideas, out-of-the-box websites, dull graphics, and tired copy.
You want communications that speak out loud to attract and capture the most qualified leads; a brand that stands apart from your competition; marketing campaigns that capture and hold your audience's attention; and distinctive exhibit graphics that stop viewers in their tracks.
ITO designed and launched BCA's website with updated branding in 2015 and Ollyn J. Lettman became the new Executive Director soon after. During a recent visit to meet with Ollyn and Events Coordinator, Jackee Apicella, it was wonderful to hear an abundance of success stories. Great improvements and changes are in full swing at Bloomfield Center and the BCA's new, well-done pole banners are key to associating their brand with positive change. Visit BloomfieldCenter.com
Downtown Summit recently completed the installation of 29 brand-new wayfinding signs designed by ITO. Wayfinding system projects require significant coordination beyond design from production bid packages to production drawings, specifications, and installation. Many thanks to the SDI team and Aaron Schrager, City Engineer - Deputy DCS Director, for their commitment and attention to detail throughout the entire project. See how these wayfinders work for you the next time you visit Summit!
Main Street New Jersey took home the 2015 "National Innovation Award on Main Street Award" for it's NJ350 Pop-Up Store Initiative . The innovative program gave participating Main Streets in New Jersey the tools to create temporary retail shops in vacant storefronts by celebrating the rich history of our state’s first 350 years. Huge applause to Main Street NJ's Director, Jef Buehler for his hard work and dedication. ITO sponsored the program with designs for NJ350 storefront signage, in-store posters, t-shirts, mugs, wayfinder sidewalk stickers, and 14 community posters.