Finding the right Designer to meet all of your communication and branding needs can be challenging and expensive. Through a brief assessment process, we can help you find the right “Custom” fit through our comprehensive network of design specialists to meet your specific needs. Whether its print, web, or even animation graphics, we have access to some of the best and most reliable designers at a fraction of the cost.
DESIGN YOUR IDENTITY
PROGRAMS REFLECT BRAND
When a brand has multiple programs, it is paramount that each program reflects and promotes the broader, unifying vision of the organization. For example, in this business prospectus, ArtPulse, an arts organization, has a variety of platforms that all lead to the same purpose. Television, Print Publication, Internet Media, Brick & Mortar, and Education all point to Artpulse’s mission.
CREATE ENGAGEMENT OPPORTUNITES
Consumers need to interact with a brand in order to build a trust that will transform into buyer loyalty. Fine & Dandy created an environment that fostered a natural habitat for its market to consume goods and services at a number of different engagement levels. From Special Events, Membership, Partnerships, and even Franchise opportunities helped facilitate varying degrees of participation.
EXPAND YOUR MISSION
A GREAT CAUSE
Behind the warmth and glow of a great cause is an even greater story. Expanding an organization’s mission into spaces that it normally wouldn’t consider, expect, or be allowed into, can only strengthen its brand and further its message. The Unlikely Mission uses story telling products to over come cross cultural, cross economic, and cross generational barriers that might limit the net reach of its brand.
KNOW YOUR AUDIENCE
RESONATE WITH RELEVANCE
Relevance to culture cannot be an option for your brand. It is important to know and understand your target audience(s). The distinctive and common denominators that influence their wants, needs, language, and habits are equally important for them to resonate with your brand. Ethos/Mosaic, a neighborhood church with a commuter vision, identified and focused on demographic data that revealed high density populations in its community within 5, 10, and 15 minute drive radius. This allowed Ethos/Mosaic to concentrate its limited resources into areas that would respond pro actively to its brand.