This is how your brand presents itself to the world.
•Business Card Design
•Visual ID System / Brand Guide
This is how you build an engaging culture around your brand.
•Banner Ad Design
•Social Media Ads
As Forbes says, "Window shopping isn't what it used to be." Your online presence is the window to your brand.
•Website Design / Redesign
Print collateral reinforces your brand experience in conjunction with digital components.
Art & Illustration
Your content may need custom visual components for optimal engagement.
•Illustration & Graphics
•Lifestyle & Editorial
•Travel & Adventure
Examples of how I can help you:
Design, or redesign, your brand identity. Whether you are starting from a blank canvas or refreshing your current brand, we will work to create a visual system that won't get stale in a few years. Instead of following the latest trends, I will work with you to create a visual identity that is timeless. Color palette, typography, icons, illustrations, and photography guidelines are just a few of the puzzle pieces to create one cohesive brand system that can easily be applied to marketing initiatives.
Scale your branding. You already have a logo and some style guidelines. Maybe a website that needs some love? Awesome. We will look at what you have, toss anything that isn't working, put what is working on steroids to create assets for various channels — a website, social media, menus, flyers, stickers, or whatever combination of activations makes sense for your business.
Create a campaign for a new product. A new product is a standalone component under your brand umbrella. While it should indeed look, sound, and act like your brand, it should also have its own personality. We'll nail down the creative direction, plot our activation strategy, design all the necessary components, and once launched, track the campaign to analyze its performance.
Learn more about branding in general. Ready to get serious about your brand, but not sure where to start? Have some questions that google isn't answering for you? Either on the phone or face-to-face over a cup of tea, it can be helpful to talk through ideas, roadblocks, and possible solutions. This is a limited consultation.