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Branding or rebranding is a process involving a few big decisions and many, many small ones. For example, choosing a paper that is brand-aligned and a Pantone color that works well on coated and uncoated papers.
14 years of collaboration.
1 annual report.
Proud to see our friends at Dollar Bay Schools using their the logo we created in a great way. Students win cards for: Being respectful, Open minded, Loyal, Trustworthy, and Supportive. Go Blue Bolts!
We can watch the skiers on Mont Ripley from our Houghton office, but it's more fun to see folks catch air up close!
So proud of this new website we did for Michigan Tech's Nasa-Funded Composite Materials design.
When life has got you down, remember to look up.
Matt bonded with Karl from Laser North over geeky glasses and a rare glimpse at a hazy cloud... er, eclipse.
Yesterday was the perfect morning for photos from the boat! Here's a behind the scenes sneak peek.
You want a website that looks great and is easy to edit. We can determine the best web platform based on your "must-have" and "wish" lists, while staying on budget. Give us a call today! 906-482-3720
We don't always wear lab coats and hairnets on photoshoots, but when we do, you can bet it's for the sake of science.
Are your customers reminded of your branding while they wait for meetings?
Is your website mobile friendly? If not, chances are customers are shopping elsewhere. We can create a mobile-friendly website that will keep your customers coming back for more!
Is your outdated website losing you sales? We can create a beautiful website that is easy to shop, easy to update, and easy on your budget.
Cranes...Drones...55 ton machinery...photographing Schwartz Boiler of Cheboygan, MI was more fun than work!
A top-notch school needs top-notch marketing materials.
Already looking forward to 2017? So are we! Catch a sneak peek of our calendars, hitting mailboxes this week.
We love when our clients integrate their social media pages with their websites and love it even more when they have good news to share with their audience.
Throwback to our 2014 holiday card. Getting your marketing ready for the holidays doesn't have to be like watching your beard grow.
Our team doesn't just design on paper or on the world wide web. We dream up designs for spaces too.
We love seeing our clients bring our logos to life in their own applications, like Vertigo, cutting out their logo in all of their product equipment.
Our clients hit tradeshows with a bite - much like their rebar product!
We love it when clients want to show off their branding on the roads. Check out the latest truck wrap we designed, or see if for yourself in Houston, TX!
A super happy Michigan Tech student sporting a tee featuring a logo we designed.
UP.net has fully adopted the logo our team designed, both inside their offices in the conference room and at each of their locations in the Upper Peninsula from Crystal Falls to Chassell.
We love dual purpose. GatorBar by Neuvokas Corp asked for hard hat stickers and repurposed them for employee phone case branding.
Rain was approaching over Lake Superior before dawn. This happened at sunrise. Good. Morning.
We love when our clients stop in for a visit. Lingling from the SEI-China office dropped in for a visit all the way from Shanghai.
Building our own sound panels for video and voiceover recording, we are delighted to find that they double as a gallery for our photos, welcoming clients to our studio.
Talk about efficiency. For yesterday's off-site video shoot, the Chevy Volt fit a complete video rig - lights, light stands, audio, audio stands, camera tripods, reflectors, gaffer gear, and an interview chair.
Think Big. Build Big. Dream Big. The Civil & Environmental Engineering Department at Michigan Tech wanted to inspire their students while in their halls. We think this campaign does the trick.
Our fearless leader, Matt, sporting his Destination Unstoppable shirt (based on the book cover) before tackling 6 miles, 600 feet of elevation and his own destination unstoppable.