Mary Kim
by Mary Kim on 08-24-2015
Another great company we work with is 28 Media – a web design and development agency. We created a site for them for Pediatric Associates of Richmond. Each business is different so the design is important since it’s the first thing visitor’s see. Since this was a site geared towards medical care for children, you bet your patootie there would be some customization going on. More often than not when we design a website for a client, they already have…
Mary Kim
by Mary Kim on 07-07-2015
Oh hai there! Coming at you with a nice little widdle dee doo on a recent project of ours.We collaborate with Impression Marketing quite a lot, so creating another fun and unique website for them was no different, or so we thought... This particular site was for Richmond Alarm Company. I’ve seen their logo around quite a bit, so it was exciting to have the opportunity to design a new site for them. Upon first glance of the project it…
Molly Covert
by Molly Covert on 07-07-2015
One of the best exercises a graphic designer can do is go through the process of branding themselves. This is because it teaches us empathy since we will no doubt become our own worst client. We will be indecisive and offer terrible feedback. We will ultimately hate whatever we make and want to redesign everything at the final hour. Then ultimately want to fire ourselves from our own job/life.Designing for yourself isn’t always filled with such turmoil. When given broad…
Molly Covert
by Molly Covert on 07-07-2015
It has been a very exciting few weeks ‘round these parts. All of us have been moving and shaking and working on some really neat projects. One project in particular has really given us a tingle in our bottom. Watkins Nurseries has chosen us to rebrand them and we couldn’t be more thrilled. Literally we couldn’t. We are so filled with thrills over this project! Watkins is a bit of a local institution. They are about to celebrate 140 years…
Molly Covert
by Molly Covert on 07-07-2015
This spring 'think' had the pleasure of working with the United Way of Richmond and Greater Petersburg. The project at hand was to rebrand and revive the look of their Community Impact Fund campaign. It was to be a huge project including brochures, posters, internal documents, stationery and even a video spot. We were so excited to start that we popped a bottle of champagne and hung out in the office way after hours to high five each other on…