We love telling stories of bold business owners and passionate creatives. Through our five step branding process, we provide tangible designs that allow you to promote your creative venture. Our goal is to see entrepreneurs all over the world lean into their purpose, embrace simplicity, and confidently enter the world of business feeling empowered, inspired, and motivated to share their ideas.
THE ART OF
• brand identity design •
Creating your own identity can be a difficult process. Often, as creatives, we find ourselves bombarded with multiple ideas and don't know how to simplify our thoughts. Here at the studio, our team of designers work together to gather inspiration, explore the options, and identify a clear brand story that will propel your business forward. Through our five step process, we are able to realize your vision, and design a system of visuals that will make your business stand out.
As soon as I spoke to Kadie, I knew she was the perfect designer to help me guide the magazine as we grew into our first year. Her professionalism and talent shine through every phase of our work together. The maps, which were Alli and Kadie's beautiful execution, were everyone's favorite part of Issue 02.
After several failed attempts, I put proper branding off for far too long. The prospect of being accurately represented by a single mark seemed impossible, yet Kadie completely pegged my brand on the first pass. My friends, family, and colleagues all agree this is a true representation of me as a person, and as an artist, and I could not be happier with how it turned out.
Kadie has been a joy to work with as we rebrand and launch Neighbor’s Table. She is not simply a graphic designer, but has played a pivotal role within our team creating a vision and strategy for our brand. All the ideas and dreams that were inside my head about the look and feel of Neighbor’s Table, Kadie brought to life with a mix of patience and brilliant creativity.
One of the most distinct parts of working with Kadie was that she took the time, effort, and energy to get to know me before we started, which helped her understand my business. Now, I feel like I am 100% confident in sending people to my website in order to communicate further what my company does and what we stand for.
After a not-so-great experience with another designer, I was hesitant to put more time and money into my branding, but I’m so glad I did. Kadie really listened to me and went above and beyond, and I feel like I finally have a brand design that fits me. I’m so thankful for her creative eye and genuine heart; she truly cares about what she does and it shows!
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