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Armed with a little bit of color theory knowledge and a dose of courage, you’ll find that color is an awesome tool in your branding toolbox.

Colored pencils in a line

Brand extensions: the what & the why

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Brand extensions for the web are all about taking the look & feel of your existing brand and making it work online.

Adorers brand extension

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As part of our comprehensive website project with this community of Sisters, we expanded their brand with fresh, usable colors & typefaces.

Jimmy Rinehart identity & website

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Vintage guitars and classic vinyl records inspired this identity & website for a hard-working musician to keep fans and venues informed and happy.

Loretto Community logo & brand identity

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This religious community had a dated, inconsistent look. We made them a whole new identity that’s organic, inviting, colorful, and super usable.

A clipboard with logo and color palette information for Ravel, showing some typical brand identity takeaways.

Ravel Studio Pilates identity & website

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For a business moving from a side-hustle to a full-time-gig, we designed a complete brand system and a modern, professional website that will enable Katherine to grow her Pilates business to new heights.

Color theory for crafts: Contrast

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Color theory is for crafts, too! The right color choice in the background can make the top pop.

New Lights from Old Truths book cover

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For this history book, we combined engaging images from the past with bold, fresh design elements to create something readers will want to pick up and buy.

“The Wabash, Volume II” album art

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An arts nonprofit asked us to design this compilation album of local music. We paired evocative images with bold typography for a great final piece.