He and his team are determined to help their clients revitalize not only their websites, but their brands. They specialize on creating three-dimensional renders and animations.
“Sometimes in manufacturing, they have these big, ugly looking machines, and you can’t get a good look at them,” Ruef said.
The team takes photos of the machinery and builds 3-D artistic imagery of machinery — giving a high-level, birds-eye view of how a manufacturer’s facility might work. They also create architectural renderings, branding and website design, sales brochures and logo design.
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In April, the firm worked with a Kentucky manufacturer to create a year-long, 12-part video series. The campaign included everything they do best — 3-D design, motion graphics and custom audio production.
“We want to make our clients look good,” Ruef said. “Whether that be through a website, a logo, a highly-rendered 3D product or even an entire landscape of products. The most advanced engineering can be broken down into the simplest visuals using 3-D, video and motion graphics.”
The design firm will host an open house at its new office on May 18 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
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