We’ve expanded! Sarah Ocando, talented designer and illustrator, joined the team. We’re now: Serve.
Originally a decal printer, Flywheel has grown into a full-service marketing firm with a plethora of print solutions and online marketing. They even host a weekly podcast. We designed and built them a new website to properly showcase everything they do.
Acumen is an online learning platform for marketing departments wanting to learn more about the technical side of the web. We designed a minimal, meaningful icon to represent Acumen’s education suite.
Elizabeth's business model emphasizes high quality care. They individually wrap and inventory every item they move or store. But, their website -- full of stock imagery and a more casual color palette -- didn't match that brand value. We designed and developed a new website that maintains a family-owned feel while elevating its professionalism.
Ruth Samuelson was a remarkable woman, Christian, wife, and mother who served in the North Carolina House. After her death, the Truth Project was built to honor her legacy and to encourage and edify others through the examination of her impactful life.
The Fellows needed to expand their branding. Their logo, a wordmark in a lovely serif typeface, was simple and it needed a little more presence for marketing. I created a suite of badges and a simple monogram to expand the brand.
Formerly known as Builder Ready, Hemlock Homes is a local new home construction company. With the name change, I was tasked with creating new branding that would appeal to the company's millennial target demographic.
Our name — Serve — reflects the passion that’s at the heart of our studio, to use our skills, experience, and knowledge to help our clients overcome their challenges. With backgrounds in Sales and Marketing, every visual element we create springs from a rationale for achieving your goals. Let’s put that passion to good use.Contact Us