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Dante’ D. Fillyau
Chief of Design & Webmaster It may be unconventional, but a love for math and an engineering background has allowed Dante to blend art, design and technology in the work he produces. With over ten years’ experience in both magazine and agency work, he is proficient in developing creative approaches that align with clients’ strategic direction and communication strategies. Dante prides himself of being able to look behind the idea to create something different for our clients.
Michael W. Hall
Chief of Ideation & Marketing Michael views graphic design as a digital way to do something he loves, creating art. Having developed the process of incorporating brand psychology into the work he produces, he believes work that is considered good is below par. Always striving to achieve greatness, Michael works endlessly for our clients and their dreams. With over 13 years of experience working in all areas of the industry, from corporate to agency to nonprofit, magazines and printing, it is no surprise that Michael has been recognized among the Who’s Who of South Florida.
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May 19, 2015 / By admin
From Nike’s “swoosh” symbol to Starbucks’ twin-tailed mermaid or siren, the world’s largest companies take great care of their logos.
For most people the logos of such firms immediately connect our minds to the business in question, without the need to see its name.
May 18, 2015 / By admin
When business owners embark on the design process, they may commission a logo, but what they’re really seeking is a brand. Because the brand—not the logo—is what consumers will interact and fall in love with and the reason they’ll stick around.
One irony of design—the role of which is to make everyday experiences easier and more intuitive—is the lack of clarity in terminology. Design-speak can get fuzzy. So what exactly does it mean for a business to commission a logo, brand or brand identity?
May 15, 2015 / By admin
Social media has been everywhere these days. And it is affecting almost every walk of life.
It is often noticed that social media has its impact on the offline world as well. So, it is quite obvious that the world of the Internet would be impacted the most by social media platforms.