CORE Design is a full-service digital marketing agency that works with companies, brands, and creative thinkers to advance ideas that matter most. From dynamic new websites and eye-catching design to social media strategy and campaigns, we bring every aspect of the process under one roof so that our clients benefit from a single, integrated approach.
We strive to make digital marketing effective and accessible to everyone. We love what we do, and we want to share our passion, expertise, creativity and sense of humor to support the missions of our clients. We want to be a catalyst of innovation and a vibrant leader in our industry.
CORE Design is a full-service digital marketing agency that works with companies, brands, and creative thinkers to advance ideas that matter most. From dynamic new websites and eye-catching design to social media strategy and campaigns, we bring every aspect of the process under one roof so that our clients benefit from a single, integrated approach.What we do
Is your website driving sales for your business? We have a unique approach to designing and developing websites. We create sites that convert.
We will create an effective and engaging website or transform your current site into an effective marketing tool.
Your website in today’s world is your storefront. It is often the first interaction a potential customer has with your brand. Effective and strategic website design is one of the single most overlooked, yet important aspects of your business.
From simple landing pages, to fully blown custom websites and eCommerce sites, our design team will create an amazing experience for your website viewers that will focus on converting viewers into clients.
Web design used to be a creative process alone, but with the advance in tracking technologies we can now offer design which is measurable and profitable. Aesthetics are always different for different people so rather than focusing on what we want, we look for inspiration from the website users. Your potential customers.
Everything an eCommerce site needs
• special customization • custom design & redesign • custom functionalities • product uploads & updates • technology updates • bug fixes after platform updates • webmaster tools monitoring & reporting • inbound/outbound SEO monitoring & reporting • proactive support & advice • cross-browser functionality assurance • multi-device functionality assurance • store migrations • third-party service renewals • security updates & patches
Our SEO consultants can improve the visibility for the keywords that are relevant to your business. This will in turn improve your website’s traffic and revenue – first page positions in Google help create brand awareness and trust in your company.
With our SEO audit process, we'll analyze your website to see how optimized it is for search engines like Google. Most websites are missing or have many unoptimized key factors that search engine algorithms analyze for determining your results positions.
This involves looking in depth at the online presence of your top competitors and reverse engineering any desirable ranking they have for your top relevant keywords. This is an effective process for quickly improving rankings for certain search queries.
Public opinion on the internet is imperative to the success of your business. Search engines play an important role in a company’s brand value for online audiences. Most users build trust in a brand by reading reviews and looking for warnings about dealing with companies
Social media is a powerful channel for growing brand exposure and attracting new customers to your business. In order to make an impact, your social media strategy needs to engage with the right audience. We create paid social strategies geared around discovering new customers and increasing awareness.
Powerful and flexible applications are required to run complex sites and these are naturally more subject to web security issues. We'll quickly identify website security issues and then test your sites routinely thereafter to keep them secure. There is nothing to install and our tests will not disturb your site or visitors.
The project ‘Game on! Don’t let climate change end the game’ is an initiative of a consortium of 10 partners from 8 Central and Eastern European countries to activate the global youth and react to the existential threat climate change represents for the future of humankind. The project has been made possible thanks to the co-financing of the Development Education and Awareness Raising (DEAR) mechanism.
The Oxford Anthropology and Museum Ethnography Alumni Society was founded in 2011 at the Oxford & Cambridge Club in London’s Pall Mall. We bring people together who share specific interests and a love of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography, report on current affairs and issues of interest and provide a welcome and a platform for prominent overseas visitors.
Photography and wedding filming, baptism, family and children, portrait, event and corporate, food and more. The team - over 10 years of experience in photography and shooting at private events. Millions of surprised smiles - over 350 happy customers.
The SEiSMiC project (Societal Engagement in Science, Mutual Learning in Cities) builds stakeholder networks and encourages citizen engagement to help tackle Europe's biggest urban problems. This newly created website, available in the national languages of the 10 participating countries, provides regularly updated information on project activities and a round-up of the latest project news. The website's blog section gives visitors a chance to share their views and comment on local SEiSMiC initiatives.
Themis is an informal network of national authorities responsible for natural resources management and protection, and for the development, implementation and enforcement of environmental laws, in particular on nature conservation, in EU candidate countries, potential candidates and countries with EU Association Agreements in South Eastern Europe. The network’s mission is to protect the environment by improving the capacities of its members to implement and enforce legislation on natural resources management and forestry, and to combat environmental crimes. This newly designed website has been created for the second phase of the Themis project, which began in October 2014
What happens in our cities is crucial to the sustainable development agenda, and education is vital in achieving a shift to sustainable and inclusive urban development. The teaching materials presented in this guide, developed by the SEiSMiC project, are therefore designed to help secondary-school teachers present Europe's main urban challenges and engage their students in the quest for solutions. The materials are ideal for use with students between the ages of 16 and 18 and address sustainable food supply; energy efficiency; green transport; the ageing society; climate change; urban space; and social exclusion. Each challenge features fun, multidisciplinary classroom activities complete with instructions, ideas for student-led initiatives, optional additional assignments and resources for further exploration. The emphasis is on group work and cooperative learning
The SmartMove project hopes to make public transport a more attractive option for people who live in rural environments. As described on this newly created project website, SmartMove uses personalised marketing campaigns, known as active mobility consultancy (AMC) campaigns, to focus on the special needs of travellers. The project will carry out eight simultaneous campaigns in eight rural regions in Austria, Germany, Greece, Poland, Spain and Portugal. In each region, hundreds of households will be contacted. Based on successful campaigns carried out in Waldviertel, a rural region northwest of Vienna, it can be assumed that individualised door-to-door information campaigns typically result in 15-20 percent of the target audience switching from private car to public transport.
The goal of the CSOnnect project is to empower civil society organisations (CSOs) in Serbia to participate in environmental policy development and decision making actively, effectively and in a gender-sensitive manner; to play an active role in Serbia's EU accession process; and to monitor and evaluate environmental project implementation at local, regional and national level. This newly launched project website features a helpdesk service for environmental CSOs, a CSO database, as well as information about project activities such as training programmes and grant schemes. The website is available in Serbian only.
The Families_Share website is a social networking and awareness-raising platform dedicated to supporting families in childcare and parenting activities, and encouraging childcare and work/life balance. The platform will capitalise on existing neighbourhood networks, enabling citizens to come together to share tasks, time and skills. The project’s digital social innovation processes will help to shape the Families_Share CityLabs, which will raise awareness and encourage further activities at national level.
The project is funded under the Information and Communication Technologies programme of Horizon 2020’s Industrial Leadership component.
The HabiThreats toolkit has been developed within EMPHAIS project as science-based and technological multimedia tool dedicated to providing its end users with a practical overview and understanding on effective management of pests and harmful alien species. It allows for gaining knowledge, exploring good practices and interactively evaluating own innovative concepts in self-reflexive individual way.
The Air Pack is a resource toolkit aimed at helping teachers to prepare and deliver lessons on indoor air quality problems in schools. The toolkit is based on the results of two phases of the SEARCH initiative (School Environment and Respiratory Health of Children). Drawing on the general SEARCH recommendations, the Air Pack online educational toolkit was developed in the national languages of the two pilot countries (Albanian and Italian), as well as in English. The Air Pack online information, lesson plans and factsheets are intended for use by teachers. A memory game and quiz are also included, which, with a teacher's guidance, can be used directly by children once they have acquired sufficient knowledge of indoor air quality issues.
The SEARCH initiative is implemented with the financial support of the Italian Ministry for the Environment, Land and Sea
The project Sustainable Use of Transboundary Water Resources and Water Security Management (WATER SUM) promotes the more sustainable use of water resources in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). The overall goal of the project is to reinforce integrated water resources management (IWRM) and regional cooperation on water-related issues, taking into consideration the impacts of climate change, and to support beneficiary countries to ensure a coherent response to water-related challenges. The project has two components: WATER POrT and WaSe. The WATER POrT component (Water Resources Management Good Practices and Knowledge Transfer) provides a platform for building skills on IWRM and climate change adaptation. The goal of the WaSe component is to promote an integrated approach to water security and to contribute to efforts to combat water scarcity, reduce the threat of conflict, halt environmental degradation and increase human wellbeing.
The WATER SUM project is funded by the Government of Sweden.
The MENA region (Middle East and North Africa) has the unique economic and cultural potential to pioneer business solutions aimed at responding to environmental stresses and global economic challenges. The CEO Platform brings together business leaders and champions of green growth to engage with regional and global policy makers to support the introduction of policies to promote green, sustainable growth in the MENA region. The platform will work in the areas of green finance; innovation and technology transfer; climate resilience; and green goods and services. This website provides an introduction to the CEO Platform, the goals of the initiative and the benefits of membership.
The program is initiated and supported by the Italian Ministry for the Environment, Land and Sea.
Countries throughout the world are seeking to achieve economic growth and development in ways that reduce the causes and effects of climate change, through so-called low-emission development strategies (LEDS). As part of the LEDS Global Partnership, the Europe and Eurasia Platform (LEDS EEP) focuses on Eastern Europe, including EU member states, countries of the Energy Community and the countries of the Caspian and Black Seas. This website has been created to harness the collective knowledge of platform members engaged in the region, and to connect members to resources and communities of practice from around the world. The website features country profiles, news of working group activities, and a resource section that will be regularly updated with case studies, research and guidance for policy makers and practitioners.
Website with funding from the United States Agency for International Development
The aim of the Green Technology Transfer platform is to assist the countries of South Eastern Europe to meet their international climate pledges by encouraging the transfer of low-carbon technologies from Japanese leaders in the field. Inspired by the Paris Agreement, which highlights the transfer of advanced climate technologies as a critical factor in reducing emissions and improving resilience to climate change, the platform features over 3,200 low-carbon technologies developed by Japanese manufacturers and certified by the Ministry of Environment of Japan. The platform also features summaries of technology needs assessments, technology action plans and other documents, providing Japanese low-carbon businesses with information on the technology transfer needs of individual countries in South Eastern Europe.
The Green Tech Transfer project is implemented with funding from the Government of Japan
The Green Infrastructure Network is a partnership of 12 regions from across Europe. The partners are working together to promote the development and implementation of green infrastructure by exchanging experience and expertise, and by identifying, analysing and transferring good practice related to green infrastructure policies. This website describes the project objectives, provides details about the partner regions and makes available project outputs. Along with news and events sections and a library of downloadable publications, the website provides an electronic workspace for project partners.
The Green Infrastructure Network project is co-financed by the European Union's European Regional Development Fund and made possible by the INTERREG IVC Programme.
The Teen Pack toolkit aims to strengthen education, capacity building and awareness raising on the SDGs in the countries of South Eastern Europe (SEE) by incorporating the SDGs into the national curricula of secondary schools and vocational education and training institutes. Through general and country-specific background information on the SDGs and their targets, and via a range of suggested activities for students — including discussion topics, role-play exercises, practical tasks and videos — the aim is to encourage the active involvement of students, families and the general public in promoting SDG implementation.
The REC offers a flexible mechanism for cooperation, delivering results through its office network and regional presence. Following the launch of the REC’s new website in 2017, the websites of the REC’s country offices have now been revised and upgraded to bring them into line with the organisation’s new visual identity. The fresh content provides an insight into the activities, projects and expertise of each REC office, highlighting the network’s contribution to fulfilling the REC’s mission in the region.
The Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe (REC) is an international organisation with a mission to assist in addressing environmental issues. The REC fulfils this mission by promoting cooperation among governments, non-governmental organisations, businesses and other environmental stakeholders, and by supporting the free exchange of information and public participation in environmental decision making.
The REC was established in 1990 by the United States, the European Commission and Hungary. Today, the REC is legally based on a charter with over 30 signatories. The organisation relies on a network of offices and experts in Central and Eastern Europe and beyond. Its head office is located in Szentendre, Hungary.
This website introduces the SEARCH initiative (School Environment and Respiratory Health of Children) and provides links to the individual websites of the three phases of the initiative, plus a list of the publications produced since the initiative was launched in 2006.
The SEARCH initiative is implemented with the financial support of the Italian Ministry for the Environment, Land and Sea.
The Themis team has developed three tools for use by beneficiaries: a Standard Operating Procedures website for seven countries; a waste monitoring database for use by the National Environmental Agency of Albania; and an action toolkit covering training, organisational planning and management, enforcement and compliance management, nature conservation and the challenges of implementing EU nature protection legislation, and cross-cutting issues in the EU environmental acquis.
The Sustainable Development Academy is a targeted programme designed to build the capacities of key leaders in the fields of politics, public service, business, NGOs and the media, while at the same time building partnerships among these groups and academia. The Sustainable Development Academy offers courses in Central and Eastern Europe, South Eastern Europe and the Visegrad countries, Central Asia, the Black Sea region, Turkey and the Russian Federation.
The EU-funded OPTIMUM project is working to unveil state-of-the-art information technology solutions to improve transit, freight transportation and traffic connectivity throughout Europe. Through tailor-made applications, OPTIMUM is striving to bring proactive and problem-free mobility to modern transport systems by introducing and promoting interoperability, adaptability and dynamicity. This newly developed project website introduces project activities and partners and will be used throughout the implementation period to showcase best practices and share information about related resources and events.
The project has received funding from the EU’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme.
Mirjam Simpson-Logonder grew up in Slovenia. After finishing her studies at the University of Ljubljana, she moved to Budapest to persue a career that allowed her to develop her creative side. This translated into a variety of photographic commisions that ranged from supporting European Commission's CIVITAS Initiative and its annual Forum Conferences to capturing Transgender Europe at their third council. In 2010 she was shortlisted for the European Women's Lobby photographic competition 'Visions of 21st Centurty Feminism'.
Anna Ruban is an expert in environmental governance, sustainable development and transition, who combines academic and consulting careers. I hold a PhD Degree in Environmental Sciences and Policy obtained from the Central European University (Hungary). She also received a MSc in Sustainable Development at Uppsala University (Sweden) and MA in Business Administration with a specialization in sustainable development at National Technical University “Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute” (Ukraine). Moreover, she holds a BSc degree in Ecology from the National University of “Kyiv-Mohyla Academy” (Ukraine).
Her work experience includes sustainable consulting, coordinating project, fundraising, and project proposal writing (Grant Consultant UA), organizing and leading workshops, teaching seminars and facilitating academic courses, as well as mentoring students (The PhD Coach).
The OrientGate project aims to coordinate climate change adaptation efforts in South Eastern Europe (SEE) by building a lasting partnership between communities that produce climate knowledge and communities that apply that knowledge. The project website makes available updated information on project activities and contains an electronic workspace for project partners. In addition, it will provide access to the individual websites of the project’s three thematic centres and data portal. The site is designed to be an interactive tool for promoting project objectives and disseminating project results and will be regularly updated with project-related information, news, events listings and downloadable documents.
The OrientGate project is implemented with the contribution of the REC's Environmental Financing Topic Area and co-funded by the South East Europe Transnational Cooperation Programme.
The main goal of the project "Supporting Environmental Civil Society Organisations" (SECTOR) in Belarus and Moldova is to strengthen the role of environmental CSOs in the two countries by contributing to their development and improving their knowledge, skills, capacities and infrastructure. Calls for national, local and organisational grants available under the SECTOR project will be published on the project website, which also provides updated information about project activities and links to related publications.
The SECTOR project was funded by the Government of Sweden.
Every customer is unique. That’s why we customize every one of our plans to fit your needs exactly. Whether it’s a small strategy or a comprehensive effort, we’ll sit down with you, listen to your requests, and prepare a customized plan. We focus on asking the right questions to lead us to a full understanding of your objectives. Every business is as unique as a fingerprint, which is why every strategy we suggest is also.
We serve clients of every size and in diverse verticals. From big corporations, international organisations or non-profits to small companies - and everything in between - we customize our marketing strategy to your dreams, budget, goals, and culture.