ED. declares Melbourne office now open for business with launch of its new website

team-2018q1.jpgBrand and digital creative agency ED. has expanded into Melbourne, to offer website development, UX, branding and design.

Says Eric Di Cuollo, director, ED.: "Our Sydney and Canberra outposts have been going from strength-to-strength over the past couple of years, which has given us the opportunity to expand into Melbourne.

"Along with website development we bring into play innovative ideas that are at the forefront of technological development and creative thinking."
The starting point for a lot of the non-traditional thinking ED. provides their clients is the internal initiative called Made.

Made, is where the team proactively develop their skills, creating everything from art projects to written word, coding, crafted objects, 3D printed gadgets, and games.

Some of these projects can be found by following a hidden Easter egg on the ED. website, which is revealed by clicking the company logo in the top left corner of the homepage.

Says Di Cuollo: "Our process is collaborative and fun but most importantly, it delivers tangible results. We share our clients' successes and we're committed to long-term relationships."

_87I0505.jpgSome of the clients ED. has collaborated with include, Sydney Film Festival, Transport Canberra, Miele, Invictus Games, Meet the Greek and Country Road Group.

Says Michael Bradley, CEO, The Australian Automobile Association: "ED. are a team of listeners that consistently meet the brief. They don't just build fantastic looking websites, they deliver very smart campaigns that go above and beyond."

Says Christopher Ireland, photographer/director: "ED. understood the market that awaited me, and better still, gave me the vehicle to tap into it."

Says Charlie Murray, here. wellbeing: "ED. is more than just a design studio. They've been a partner in the growth of our business."

To discuss opportunities and to view the redesigned ED. website go to www.ed.com.au.

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