In 2010, Eleanor Creative was blessed with work, work, and more work. Projects came in and out, and we experienced the thrill of taking our clients to the next level of design and marketing. The beauty of Eleanor, as a company, is that we are not the least bit interested in the AMOUNT of work that we do. For us, it is all about timeless design, smart communication strategies, and moving one toward the greater good. Just as we emphasize that standard with our own clients, it is equally important for the Eleanor brand.
Eleanor Creative launches an EC Light Site for Columbus Urgent Care. As an EC Light Site, ColumbusUrgentCare.org is able to maximize what their patients need most – quick, easy-to-read service, location, and contact information. This customized website is perfect for small businesses or healthcare clincs offering affordability without compromising brand integrity. With its uncomplicated navigation and clear presentation, this EC Light site allows for a great user experience.
IndiZOO is on its way and we wanted you to be the first to know about it! It was our creative privilege to brand, design and create a series of Indigo children’s events to bring some out-of-the-ordinary fun into the bookstore.
IndiZOO is an interactive story time that brings together animals, literature and hands-on learning.
Our first animal endeavor is into the world of Screech Owls. We have invited a guest from Pioneer’s Nature Center to bring in her Screech Owl friend and to teach us all about these fascinating creatures. The Screech Owl show-and-tell will be followed by a storyteller who will read about owls, and then the children are free to make an owl-themed craft before they leave.
We, Eleanor Creative, would love to introduce you to our new client, Indigo Bridge Books! We are excited to work with Indigo Bridge Books for the next year, pairing our event planning expertise with their socially-focused environment and mission.
Indigo Bridge Books is located at 701 P Street, on the first floor of the Creamery Building in Lincoln, Nebraska’s Historic Haymarket. With a warm air of hot drinks and cozy, book-lined walls, Indigo is a hotspot of social, studious and soothing conversations.
This Saturday, EC will be participating in the “Give Amelia a Lift” Fundraiser. Amelia is the daughter of Jen and Steve Allen, dear friends of ours here at EC.
When Amelia was five months old she was diagnosed with leukemia. After several rounds of chemo, Amelia contracted a blood infection leaving her severely brain damaged and without mobility. Jen, Steve and several committed volunteers, do an amazing job taking care of Amelia at home. She attends preschool at Clinton Elementary, has therapy and regular doctor appointments throughout the week, attends church and visits friends. Now, nearing age four, it has become difficult to move Amelia in and out of her carseat, necessitating a van with a built-in ramp for her wheelchair. This van will give Amelia increased dignity and comfort while hugely aiding her parents.