Eric Parnell and Nate Kupish both run creative agencies. They regularly meet to discuss best practices, brainstorm growth strategies, and tackle challenging business scenarios. But they knew learning from others who had already done what they were trying to do would be incredibly beneficial. How though? How could they gather insight from those who had successfully built creative agencies, and how could they share those insights with others just like them?
The Ace in San Francisco were being built and needed a brand identity, an iPhone app UI, and a website. Our work successfully targeted the desired audience, from typography to color to voice to user experience.
Fly Fishing Collaborative is making massive ripples in the pond of human sex slavery and has been one of our favorite clients to work with for seven years running. We get to work with them on continuously evolving their brand identity, web development, product design, photo and video production, and story-driven marketing.
Unite Youth is doing fantastic work unifying the young people of Portland, holding two events annually, each hosting upwards of 1500 in-person or 3000 online viewers. We've been working with Unite for the past three years. Initially, the in-person events needed branding, digital and print design, web design, and marketing plans. But, as 2020 unfolded, the focus shifted to online.
Dr. Nicole Olney (PT, DPT, CF-L2, USMC Veteran) was ready to enter private practice but needed the expertise to clarify, develop, and start her company's brand. Within a few weeks, we helped launch her private practice equipped with a clear, well-rounded, and developed brand presence.
Pocketbook Network is about to change how we interact with digital wallet technology. We collaborated closely with their executive team to form Pocketbook's branding and company narrative. From there, we built their brand kit, website on Webflow, app UI wireframes in Figma, and a handful of print and digital assets in Illustrator.
The Good News Today team needed to build their brand for an annual 6000+ person concert series event. After conversations with their team, we gathered what we needed to make their vision a reality. Starting with GNT's brand identity and 120-day marketing strategy, things quickly moved to website framing and development.