We just noticed it has been since November 2010 since a news post was made on our behalf so we are more then overdue. With that being said, it’s not that we have completely forgotten, it’s just we have been beyond busy since the beginning of 2011 and just now caught a second to give a quick update on the whirlwind that is currently going on.
First and foremost, we would like to announce that we will be slowly closing the doors to Ectomachine. What?! Yes. It’s true. You may be asking why? Well to put it simply it’s time to expand. At the beginning of this year all intentions were set to expand Ectomachine from much more than what it currently portrays. As some of you may know we have been working alongside the great team over at Sons Of Nero on quite a few projects over the past year and the projects between us just kept adding up and piling on. The next thing we knew we had a slew of great jobs and not really sure what name to put the jobs under considering both hands were in a lot of the projects. So the answer was obvious. Instead of trying to push Ectomachine from it’s current state why not take all the great things that it has given us and team up with another design powerhouse to create something purely magical and new in terms of design, branding, and the web as a whole. Well that is just what we are doing now.
With the approaching summer we would like to announce the coming of Forefathers. We will be unveiling a piece at a time and are in the thick of the wireframing and design of our official site with a hopeful launch date of July 04th, 2011. Forefathers will still be focusing on many start-up companies, corporate and local companies alike along with the fantastic addition of much more music and band related projects. For now you can check on our progress on the above mentioned link and also follow us on twitter @Forefathers and don’t be afraid to reach out, we are already taking new jobs.
There will be a couple of more work posts from the Ectomachine camp over the next month but they will slowly be winding down. The site will still remain but there won’t be many more posts this summer. It’s been an amazing 2 years with Ectomachine and it completely exceeded all expectations of what was meant to do. We had the opportunity to work on some beautiful projects with kick ass clients and I personally couldn’t be happier with how it turned out. Also thank you for reading this and keeping up with us. We promise we will not let you down. Here’s to the future.
Jonden / Ectomachine