One advantage of working with a creative team that has writing, design, and production “under one roof” is that you tell your story only once. We listen, ask questions, and gain an understanding of the benefits of your product or service—what your goals are and what sets you and your business apart from your competitors. We then update an existing brand or originate new materials in collaboration with you.
Our understanding of your business establishes the foundation of the marketing materials we develop with you. Everything we accomplish is intended to contribute to the growth of your business and to function as a compatible, compelling system of materials.
The approach we take is to make all of your marketing materials look attractive and easy to read, and to make the content worth reading.
When we understand your needs, timeline, and budget, we provide a quotation to accomplish the agreed-upon work. Before beginning a project, we ask for payment of one half of the lower cost range in the quotation. Every project is handled with confidentiality, creativity, alacrity, and adherence to our quotation.
The distinctive visual identity for print and web applications, consistent with your mission statement and marketing goals.
Content origination, design, and construction in html. Quick-to-download, easy-to-navigate, optimized for search engines, and information-rich.
In-depth information for websites, blogs, eNewsletters, proposals, one sheets, case studies, and brochures that is targeted to clients, peers, or associates.
Information that conveys your activities, values, and personality while attracting search engines to your website and engaging return visitors.
Your name and pertinent information in front of your current list of contacts while you expand your database through regular updates.
Memorable, meaningful presentation of your services
Regular, timely information to communicate new developments
in your enterprise.
Immediate information to update readers about advances
within your industry.
Tasteful, attractive media representations of your services
Editing, design, and layout that convey the author’s passion about the subject and enhances the reader’s experience
Implementation of the logo on business cards
Cleanly organized, easy-to-understand formats that invite
A brief portfolio
Front Range Center
for Brain & Spine Surgery, P.C.
The surgeons and administrator from this regional neurosurgical practice wanted to inform referring doctors and patients about their capabilities, and increase the satisfaction of both of those groups.
Our first project was to design the logo, then write and design a brochure that welcomes patients. A supplementary brochure followed, along with booklets pertaining to aftercare for specific surgeries. The results of occasional patient and referrer surveys have led to changes in everything from patient care to parking.
The information in the printed materials and posted on the practice’s website extends the clinical care provided by the physicians and staff, and saves their time when addressing common topics such as billing and insurance policies, filling prescriptions, driving directions, and more. Forms that we edited and designed enable patients to provide better information, ensuring that their first appointment is productive.
Over the years, we’ve developed a system of informational materials that is easily updated to respond to the ever-changing healthcare environment.
Leslie Bowman paints portraits of people. Her subjects are political figures and business leaders, relatives, and neighbors. With each of her subjects, Leslie depicts their appearance—plus their essence—in oil paints, acrylic paints, or oil pastels.
By developing her logo, website, business stationery, and portfolio, we enabled Leslie to respond to inquiries about commissions, and to requests for proposals and examples of her work.
Into Life’s School
Cliff Digre was a people person and storyteller. He wrote a book based on a journal he kept while he served as a ball turret gunner with the Eighth Air Force during World War II.
We proofed and edited the manuscript, laid out the book, coordinated the printing and binding of the book, and designed the website and printed materials that support publicizing the book.
While Cliff’s first-person narrative represents the people he met and the things he learned, it also depicts typical events in the lives of many young veterans who didn’t tell anyone about their experiences. The website and printed materials helped Cliff connect with fellow veterans and their families, and with World War II history enthusiasts.
A writer with whom we collaborate has spent family vacations at Campers’ Paradise for more than twenty years. Her fondness for the island retreat was shared by other enthusiastic campers, some of whom posted photos of their camping experiences on the internet.
In the absence of a dedicated website, the founders’ children were hindered in their efforts to promote the island’s 80 camp sites. Those offspring also wanted to provide information to potential guests on rates and reservations, history, local fun, policies and amenities, and to post photos.
We designed the website to be easily accessible to viewers and easily updated by the writer and owners. We created an online gallery for photos, knowing that more will be submitted by enthusiastic guests. A map was also developed to make selecting a campsite easier for guests.