A website redesign for the Nashville area is going viral on social media and attracting young people who are excited to see the city’s future.
The website design is being done by Nashville’s design firm, A.C.R.M. and features a design that incorporates elements from many Nashville businesses including Blueberry and Fisker.
The design includes a design for an outdoor café called the The Dandy Bar and has the city logo on the top of the front page.
It also includes the logo on top of a bar sign and a billboard reading, “The Dandy is here!”
A design that uses an updated logo from Blueberry will also be featured in the redesign.
The company says that the logo will also help people understand the business and make a decision based on what’s on the front and the back of the page.
“The new logo is a new, sleek and modern look that takes advantage of the modern and dynamic design elements of the Nashville landscape,” A. C. R. M. said in a statement.
“The new look is a result of more than a decade of meticulous research and design.
The logo has been crafted to make this a unique and authentic look.”
Blueberry is a Nashville-based grocery chain that owns Blueberries, Bluebird and the Blueberry Farm Market.
The new design is a part of an ongoing effort to bring back the original Nashville logo that was removed by the city in 2012, according to the Nashville Business Journal.
The redesign will be featured on the Nashville Downtown Business Association website, which was launched last month, according a post on the Downtown Nashville Business Association Facebook page.
The Nashville Business Coalition, the business association, said in its announcement that the Nashville logo has now been reinstated.
The logo is now on display on the group’s Facebook page, along with the Nashville city logo, a design featuring the city emblem and the word “Nashville” at the top.
“This is an amazing day for the city of Nashville,” said Kevin Kavanagh, chairman of the Downtown Business Coalition.
“It is a fantastic day for Nashville and its businesses, especially in the hospitality and hospitality-focused industries.”