Some recent things we’ve made
Trebel approached us looking to run some ads that would attract more visitors to their site. We started by looking to understand their goals, customers, and brand. With that in mind we built some great mobile campaigns from the ground up.
Vacsavenations was a non-profit concept centered around promoting infant vaccinations both in the U.S. and abroad. When VCN approached us, they were looking for a way to counter all of the recent anti-vaccination hype that was being shown in popular media. We created their branding and applied that to a poster campaign fueled by street marketing teams to get the word out.
Barcamp is an amazing “Un-Conference” put on in Nashville every year. With growing competition in the developer event space, and limited by their free attendance (and thus, small budget), BarCamp still has to get the word out. This year we donated our time to make sure they had great web, poster, and t-shirt designs.
Fresh KDS came to us with a problem that many companies face – They have a great product, but their current brand marks left a bit to be desired. We fixed them up with a new mark and wordmark that showcased what their company was all about. We went on to create an explainer video, interview series, sales slicks, and more.
I Love Juice Bar
Juice bar is a growing lifestyle/dining brand in the U.S. that is growing by leaps and bounds. When they came to us, looking for someone to assist in the design on their training program, we were incredibly excited to get started. This was a great chance for our team to take something that’s often considered boring, and make it look amazing.
The Tennessee Craft Brewer’s Guild came to us looking for a few ways to drive event attendance to Guildfest. From design, to copywriting, and animation we created a marketing mix involving social, local radio partnerships, and contesting.
Fresh Technology is an AL based technology company that needed a cleaner, more powerful look. While their name was incredible, they really didn’t have any mark that exemplified who they are. We took the time to interview customers and really understand what they were looking for in a company like Fresh Tech. With that info, we created an entire suite to help match the image their customers were looking for.
FC Repairs had been a company without a name or any type of logo when they started. They worked entirely on word of mouth and never really had much need for business cards and “proper naming conventions.” We helped take their image up to the next level, a level that would help get them noticed by new clients – that way they can grow.
Community Farmer’s Market
Community Farmers Market is a company based in Bowling Green, Ky. Their company needed updated branding, as their current logo was no more than clip art. We put together a suite of great imagery built around what they know best – farm raised produce.
ComicBook.com came to us with a problem: they had important information to share at presentations, but a lackluster method of displaying it. We took the information, and packaged it in a way that it would be both informative, and interesting to look at.
Giles Galley is an art Gallery located at Eastern Kentucky University (The alma Mater of our Creative Director) They approached us to design their spring series, and we happily accepted.
FreePlay was a startup built around the concept of sourcing used instruments for inner city children. While the project still hasn’t launched, this is exactly the kind of concept that we wanted to get behind and support.