Designers Tagged with "Agency"
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Founded by Scott Larritt and Adam Lana in 2003, and joined by Jose Maturana in 2007, Swear Words has grown into an agency built on strong ethics and the encouragement of open and honest communication with our clients. From this strong core we create powerful brands, websites, strategies, packaging and graphic design pieces that have a measurably positive impact on our clients' businesses.
TRÜF is an award-winning, multi-disciplinary creative studio focused on branding and digital solutions for forward-thinking companies. Our services include branding, brand identity, web, print, logo design, stationery, strategy and positioning. We serve a wide range of clients from art and technology, to fashion and finance. You're next.
11AM started as a two-man web design agency in a windowless basement in Rotterdam. Since our somewhat dark and humble beginnings a lot has changed; we are now three instead of two, we've even grown some very manly beards and we have an office with (multiple) windows, on the beach. Our work has changed too, not just what we do but how we do it. We've honed our craft and as a result our creative horizons have expanded.
We believe that in order to reach and engage with today’s highly connected consumers, all successful marketing programs should lead with digital. We partner with many of the Southeast region’s top brands to craft impactful digital marketing platforms, content and campaigns. We are confident in working with clients ranging from Fortune 500 companies to local startups. The experiences we create dutifully align with our client’s objectives and goals — and deliver measurable results.
Heavy Heavy is a creative studio specializing in web design, development, identity and content direction. We stand for transparency and adaptability, and we will never overcharge, oversell, or over design. (It’s a Heavy Heavy thing.) Our studio was born out of a need to make things better, in a better way. Having worked at creative agencies in the past, we knew the agency format was broken.