[ ] Web Design & Development. For Desktop and Mobile.

Website components:

  • Information Architecture (IA) – how your content is organized.
  • User Interface Design (UI) – how your content is presented.
  • Graphic Design – the layout, the icons, all the touchy-feely stuff, like your branding, which btw, we can also do – see below.
  • Front-End technology– the code that makes your site look good.
  • Back-End technology – the code that makes your site work.
  • SEO best practices – We’ll get you started on Search Engine Optimization – but as you probably know, that’s a whole industry onto itself…

Favorite technologies:

  • HTML5/CSS3
  • JavaScript - including backbone.js, angular.js, jquery.js, and other supporting libraries.
  • LAMP [Linux, Apache, PHP, MySQL]
  • JAVA
  • Anything Open-Source!

Other experience:

  • E-Commerce
  • Data integration through API’s (e.g. - FaceBook, Flickr, Google[Maps, News, etc..], Schools, Mortgage Rates - whatever your fancy…)
  • Wordpress themes

Website Examples


[ ] BRANDING: Corporate Identity and Logos

It’s about perception. Words, colors, imagery, all set the tone of your message. And consistency and repetition build awareness. Designing the elements of your campaign as a consolidated effort across the various media helps bring that consistency.

Good branding is:

  • Unique
  • Memorable
  • Pertinent

Our thoughts on logo design:

A logo must be simple and doesn’t have to convey what your company does. Don’t try to cram meaning into your logo with too many symbols. A simple logo design allows for easy recognition and allows the logo to be versatile & memorable. Good logos feature something unexpected or unique without being overdrawn. Think Apple, or Nike.

A Logo should be:

  • Memorable:
    Following closely behind the principle of simplicity, is that of memorability. An effective logo design should be memorable and this is achieved by having a simple, yet, appropriate logo.
  • Your logo is for your audience:
    How you position the logo should be appropriate for its intended purpose. Appeal to your customers. You may not be the most conservative individual on the planet, but your corporate law firm client probably is. And what suits a Gym, probably doesn’t suit an Ice Cream Shop.
  • Timeless:
    An effective logo should be timeless – that is, it will stand the test of time. Will the logo still be effective in 10, 20, 50 years?
  • Versatile:
    An effective logo should be able to work across a variety of mediums and applications. For this reason a logo should be designed in vector format, to ensure that it can be scaled to any size. The logo must work in just one color too.

Corp Id Examples


[ ] Design For Print & Traditional Media

  • Business papers (cards, letterhead, envelopes)
  • Brochures/Leaflets/Flyers
  • Promotional items (pens, cups, etc…)
  • Tradeshow materials
  • Advertizing
  • And anything else you may need to promote your brand!