2ndNature Interactive Design Studio Launches Three New Websites for Syracuse NY Companies

August 7, 2011

One of the oldest and best family-owned grocers in the Syracuse NY area, Green Hills Markets, hired 2ndNature because they share the same standards of quality…in everything! Paper Conversions, Inc., international manufacturer of repositionable self adhesive print media hired 2ndNature to design and develop two of their corporate brand websites.

Syracuse, NY (PRWEB) August 06, 2011

2ndNature, a Syracuse-NY-based interactive design studio, has announced the launch of http://www.greenhills.com. 2ndNature developed a new website for Green Hills to serve as an informational resource about their market’s history, unique offerings, and local products. The site fosters the values of Green Hills and strengthens their overall brand image. Green Hills strives for a contemporary and community-based persona, and the site reflects that persona. 2ndNature provided the site owners of Green Hills with a contemporary website that captures the attention of the audience, while also serving as an informative tool. The family-owned feel and specialty products of Green Hills are featured throughout the site.

Green Hills, “a member of the SyracuseFirst Movement,” provides Central New York with a convenient market option that has a neighborhood feel and family-values environment, along with unique grocery offerings. In Green Hills’ 76 years of history, they are the only family-owned and operated supermarket in the area, and the market was looking to establish a more developed web presence. Through emphasizing Green Hills’ large local product selection, artisan chef bakery, deli, and exclusivity in selling Creekstone Farms beef, their aim was to generate more awareness and customer loyalty to Green Hills.

“This is another great example of how SyracuseFirst members are leading the way to developing the new economy,” said Chris Fowler, Founder and Executive Director, SyracuseFirst. “A creative collaboration between member businesses is a perfect example of how the “Think Local First” movement works. If we make the effort to nurture our locally owned independent businesses we will transform our economy and our community, creating a place of greater wealth and health. Congratulations to Green Hills Market, 2ndNature Design Studio, and Daylight Blue Media for being pioneers in this movement.”

The visual design for the site establishes Green Hills’ overall brand image by building on the foundation established through the newly released identity created by Green Hills. The site targets prospective and current clients, locals and destination visitors. Site visitors might live close by or travel for specific items that Green Hills offers.

This site is easy to navigate and understand, and educates the audience about all that Green Hills has to offer. It includes information about the company, the market’s weekly print ad, a highlighted local section, deli and bakery pages, contact information and a customer login to their SmartShop page.

PCI, Paper Conversions Inc., a Syracuse-based manufacturer of adhesive coated products launched two websites designed and developed by 2ndNature:

Advanced Polymers International (API) at http://www.msphere.com/

and CPD, PCI’s Coated Products Division, at http://www.cpdcoating.com

API provides water-based acrylic microsphere adhesives that enhance everyday items from notepads to photo albums to labels. API, the pioneer behind the low-tack adhesives that have become indispensable in everyday life, offers a wide selection of ready-to-go formulations. API adhesive products are unmatched in their customizable capabilities.

API was looking for a new website to serve as an informational resource about their market, unique features, and products. The site also serves to enhance their brand identity, which 2ndNature updated, and the brand carries throughout the new site. 2ndNature created a mark for API that is contemporary and recognizable, and that communicates the purposes of the organization.

The new website designed by 2ndNature quickly explains what API offers and who they are through a simple and modern design to API’s target audience of prospective and current customers. API’s unique features are interlaced throughout the site as well, to help users immediately understand who API is and what they provide. The site provides information about the company, highlighted products, imagery, as well as contact information.

CPD manufactures and markets self adhesive print media, specializing in patterned, linerless and short run label stocks produced with multiple in-line coating capability. It also offers tolling and converting services, and is set up for handling papers, films, and transfer adhesives. CPD is a great resource for customers requiring specialized coating.

The new CPD website that 2ndNature designed features current coding standards for interactivity, along with a new, more user-friendly products section.

ABOUT 2ndNature

2ndNature is a multidisciplinary design studio that specializes in interface design and motion graphics for interactive and digital media. We design and develop national and international level corporate websites, 3D models and animation, graphical user-interfaces (GUI), multimedia/motion graphic presentations, mobile device applications, web, interactive cd/dvd, digital signage content, touch-screen kiosks and sound design for broadcast and interactive media. We also design graphic identities and branding collateral for both digital media and print to clients throughout the U.S. The firm is located in Franklin Square, an historic landmark district, in Syracuse, N.Y.

2ndNature has designed and developed some of Syracuse’s most well-known corporate websites including:

HuntLogix, LLC weather site ““ http://www.scoutlookweather.com

Thermold Corp. ““ http://www.thermold.com

Northland Communications ““ http://www.northland.net

Welch Allyn ““The Lodge ““ http://www.thelodge.welchallyn.com


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