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Lenz gives Premier Tree Solutions’ website a major upgrade

Lenz recently partnered with Premier Tree Solutions to launch a newly designed website: ChopMyTree.com. The revamped site is more user-friendly and presents the wide range of professional tree services Premier Tree Solutions provides for its customers in an easily digestible way.

Check out the newly designed site (top image) compared with the old site design (bottom image).

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A look into the voyage: How Lenz Helped Atlanta Science Festival Mascot “Alex” Take Flight

Founded in 2014, the Atlanta Science Festival (ASF) is an annual two-week celebration of the Atlanta science community consisting of more than 100 events and a grand finale: The Exploration Expo. With experiences such as cooking and eating bugs, discovering the science behind beer brewing, witnessing wildlife through Atlanta’s forests, and stopping a zombie outbreak, it’s no wonder the festival has seen remarkable success in a few short years. There is something for everyone, and no one walks away from the festival disappointed at its offerings.

With its  growing popularity, the Atlanta Science Festival needed a playful, memorable brand to help solidify its place among Atlanta’s busy calendar of events and reach even more curious people across the region. ASF came to Lenz for help with this task, and thus ALEX was born into the universe.

ALEX (Atlanta’s Lead EXplorer) is ASF’s mascot: a spunky astronaut sporting the branded ASF pink and ready to take ATLiens on a two-week science-filled adventure. The goal with this mascot’s development was to instill a sense of exploration and wonder in the 2017 festival while also solidifying ASF’s brand within the Atlanta market. Knowing that consumers show affinity towards brands that extend their essence beyond a logo, and into a carefully crafted persona, ALEX became an integral part of  the festival’s marketing initiatives.

ALEX appeared on MARTA buses, billboards, magazines, social channels, promotional videos, and festival literature, bringing the festival under one unified personification. Festival-goers even took ownership of ALEX through a mascot naming contest on social media. Hundreds of entries were cast, and a panel was formed to chose the winning submission. After careful consideration, ALEX was selected as the mascot’s name.

The 2017 festival was a hit, reaching over 41,000 people of all ages. At the Exploration Expo alone, 19,000 people came into contact with ALEX through festival signage, programs, and exhibits at Centennial Olympic Park. With over 100 events, 70 venues, 14,500 followers on social media channels, and 200 million media impressions, it is safe to say that ALEX made a grand debut.

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Lenz and Dr. Scott Miller launch the new ScottDMillerMD.com

Lenz recently partnered with Dr. Scott Miller of Georgia Urology to revamp and relaunch his practice website. The new ScottDMillerMD.com features an enhanced, mobile-friendly design, reorganized content, a gallery of Dr. Miller’s media appearances, and more.

Take a look at Dr. Miller’s new website!

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Lenz develops new identity for leading dermatology practice

Lenz is proud to announce the launch of the new Avail Dermatology brand and visual identity. Avail Dermatology was formerly Newnan Dermatology, a respected provider of dermatological services since 1990. From creating the name to choosing the color scheme and design of the new logo, Lenz provided its services to ensure the practice’s rebranding captured its high quality and professional reputation.

Check out the new logo below!

 

A Decade of Change for Georgia Retina’s Website

For more than ten years, the Lenz team has partnered with Georgia Retina — one of the largest retina-only medical practices in the southeastern United States — providing marketing services including strategy, consultation, digital and social content, print production, and more.

During this time, there have been significant changes in the digital world, from improved understanding of user experience (UX), to the increased importance of search engine optimization (SEO) and the rise in mobile Internet use. Considering this evolving landscape, the Lenz team recommended Georgia Retina consider a website re-design and development.

The finished product is a more modern, functional, and stylish site designed to thrive in today’s digital world and still convey Georgia Retina’s tradition of excellence, expertise, and values.

Take a look at the difference 10 years can make!

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Lenz highlights SouthCoast Health’s 20th anniversary, pediatric services

Lenz is proud to work with SouthCoast Health, a multi-specialty practice based in Savannah with 18 treatment locations and more than 120 healthcare providers.

We recently helped the practice promote its 20th anniversary, as well as its best-in-class pediatric services.

Take a look!

From roadwork to kitchen renovations: Lenz develops websites for two Atlanta organizations

Within the current marketing landscape, having a top-notch website is no longer a “nice-to-have,” but instead a vital arm of any successful business. With this in mind, the Lenz team is constantly working to produce sites that artfully showcase our clients’ services while also providing seamless functionality. Here are two recent website projects we had the pleasure of developing.

285@400 PROJECT:

Most people who live in Atlanta know the struggle of driving through traffic. The Georgia Department of Transportation aims to help with the 285@400 Project at Perimeter Center. Lenz partnered with the Perimeter Community Improvement Districts to build the website, 285at400.org, that strives to identify construction sites along the I-285/ SR 400 interchange. The website will be continuously updated to reflect the progress of the project. As things move forward, more information will be available on the site.

“The 285@400 Project website was an interesting challenge,” VP John R. Lenz explained. “We needed to launch the site while dealing with a paucity of information, since the details of project timelines and construction schedules were not yet released in time of launch for the site. We designed something simple but illustrative of the area.”

Check out the website for 285@400 Project. 

AFFINITY KITCHEN & BATH:

When you first arrive at Affinity Kitchen and Bath’s new website, envy-inducing images of sleek, beautiful renovation work are the clear focal point. These images are paired with a clean, modern layout and navigation, matching the style of the work produced by this family-owned business.

According to VP John R. Lenz, the process of translating this organization’s artful style into a digital space was relatively straightforward. “These intricate projects speak for themselves,” he said. “You know you’re going to be working with professionals the minute you see the home page.”

See Affinity Kitchen and Bath’s website for yourself.

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PT Solutions 2017 Allatoona Triathlon Video Aims to Inspire

PT Solutions held its 7th annual Allatoona Triathlon on June 25 at the Dallas Landing Park on Lake Allatoona to raise money for the Rally Foundation for Childhood Cancer Research. In addition to being the Presenting Sponsor, Lenz provided social media, public relations, and advertising services for the event.

Along with producing a promotional video for the race, several Lenz employees were on sight the day of the triathlon in order to capture photos and videos. Shortly after, the Lenz team was hard at work to produce the post-race video.

“While we strive to complete every client project in a timely fashion, producing this video was especially time-sensitive as it was a visual recap of an event – something that often loses its value in attendees’ minds as time passes,” said Lenz Account Coordinator Josh Grizzle, who oversaw the video’s production schedule. “In order to prevent this, we worked quickly to provide PT Solutions with our best work by weaving the story of the race together through interviews and awesome race-day footage.”

More than just a race culture video, Lenz wanted it to tell an important story. “PT Solutions holds the race each year in efforts to reduce the incidence of childhood cancer through cancer research. Telling this story instills a culture of goodwill for athletes of all levels,” explained Josh. “It sends a message that as long as you have the drive to succeed in any facet of life, you are unstoppable.”

Lenz Media Coordinator Chelsea Hoag, who produced the video, explains the goal she had in mind while bringing the project to life.

“My goal for this video was to showcase the tradition, compassion, and effort it takes to put on such a successful event,” said Chelsea. “I hope the video inspires viewers to try a marathon or triathlon for the first time. Most importantly, I want the viewers to know how much PT Solutions truly cares about its surrounding communities and the lengths they will go in order to see other people succeed.”

Check out the completed post-race video of the PT Solutions Allatoona Triathlon below!

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Lenz gets nerdy with the Atlanta Science Festival: The making of #ATLSciFest’s 2017 sponsor video

While Lenz has a long history of working with Atlanta-area festivals, 2017 marks our first year collaborating with the Atlanta Science Festival (ASF). In addition to social media, digital content, and marketing strategy services, the Lenz team had the pleasure of capturing the magic of #ATLSciFest 2017 through video as well. The goal? To demonstrate the value of sponsoring this great festival.

Lenz Media Coordinator Chelsea Hoag produced the video.

“For this project we really wanted to build a strong narrative and story, more than simply stating why organizations should become sponsors,” Chelsea explained. “We wanted to show the benefits of working with the festival, spotlight the many hardworking people who make the event a reality, and hear testimony from current sponsors.”

To achieve this goal, the Lenz team attended dozens of ASF events, spoke with festival organizers, and interviewed sponsors like Clorox, Delta, Google, Georgia Power, and the Metro Atlanta Chamber.

The final product told the compelling story of the talent, effort, and passion that our community pours into the Atlanta Science Festival each year.

Check it out!

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Amplify My Community raise $2,000 with an assist from Lenz

Lenz helped Amplify My Community raise $2,000 in a SOLD OUT Carole King vs. James Taylor cover night show on July 7 at Eddie’s Attic in Decatur, Georgia. From designing the show’s promotional poster to managing a social and advertising campaign, Lenz is proud to have helped produce such a successful event.

Check out the beautiful poster the Lenz team created along with a snapshot of Harold Holloway and Co. rocking their new Amplify hats.