To produce (something new, such as a work of art) by using your talents and imagination.
Creativity thinks up new things
The name, term, design, symbol, or any other feature that
identifies one seller's product distinct from those of other sellers.
We. Build. Brands.
To do something in a new way;
to have new ideas about how something can be done
If Creativity thinks up new things, Innovation does new things. We are doers.
Precision Hearing came to us needing a brand overhaul after working with several other designers. We decided together to do something different from all of the other hearing center brands in the area.
With a series of marketing materials for both print and digital we've given them a recognizable brand in both color and style. One of the main things they were lacking before was a consistent brand image. They now have unified brand colors, fonts, styles and rules.
The new owners came to us wanting a brand refresh. We used dark and light browns, and a punch of red to give it a great western steakhouse identity. We also used different textures to bring depth and charm to the menu and website designs.
We produced other branding collateral in the form of road signs, outdoor vinyl, business cards, menus, gift cards, and survey forms.
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Cold Stone Creamery entered the chocolate confections industry in 2013. We won the design bid to carry over their existing branding identity to their new chocolate line.
We were able to maintain their classic identity while making it more appropriate for chocolate bars and truffles. We created designs for packaging, boxes, displays and wrappers.
Cold Stone Chocolate can be found in select retailers around the world.
Amber Lyn Chocolates approached us in 2009 with the challenge of rebranding their image. After many conversations with the owner and multiple design revisions, we settled on a visual identity for the brand that is sophisticated and elegant.
Their product packaging designs are distinctive and easily recognizable. We have done a broad range of design and printing projects with them in the past 4 years. We provided packaging graphics for nearly every new product that was introduced as well as marketing materials like brochures and point of purchase displays.
Their products are carried in regional Costcos and other fine retailers.
Rhino Haulers wanted a brand identity that is rugged and reliable. Their product, The Rhino Hauler, is an intelligently designed piece of equipment that solves a real problem. Our focus on the website was to quickly present how it solves the problem and why someone would choose their product over a cheaper product. We wanted the user to be able to get a lot of important information about the product without having to read paragraph after paragraph of text.
The graphic design layout provides a fast moving presentation. It has a large image of the product with features detailed in a quick and clear way, then a video demo followed by several images showing some useful configurations for the hauler. At each scroll there is a new invitation to purchase. We accomplished a sleek industrial aesthetic for their CMS website.
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LMNO Clothing is a modern company with a unique, patent pending zipper design targeted toward hip teens and younger adults. Because the zipper is the key component to their apparel, we made it the prominent concept for the logo design. It was important we kept the logo in a one color design so it can be versatile and placed on any color or material. The logo can change to any color and be placed on any background and have the same powerful impact.
A programmer friend of ours asked us to design a website for a new company that he's helping to found. X Sports Network collects user submitted sports videos and fail videos and then gives away prizes to the individuals that have submitted the best ones.
The branding needed to be a combination of grunge mixed with tech to reach the target audience. We struck a nice balance between the two with the website design and also the user interactions with each section of the page.
The three women at Mulberry and Main expressed to us that they wanted a minimalistic, high-end look for their logo and brand.
We came up with the mulberry leaf in a textured gold. We used a fashionable sans serif font with increased tracking. The logo is symmetrical to represent the balance in their interior designs.
The business cards were produced on a 16 pt stock adorned with rainbow gold foil in the Mulberry leaf as well as a foil stripe to carry the design over to the backside. It featured a silk coated finish for a nice matte look and smooth feel to the touch.
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DG Film Co. is a world renowned, full service production company. Demetrius had an outdated portfolio website that didn’t stand out from his other competitors. He needed a new website that embodied his company unique style and identity while showing off their quality TV, film, and commercial productions. We feature a full width looping video on the home page to showcase a sample of their work right up front with a video camera view finder screen overlaid to give it a unique look.
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They commissioned us to create 10 T-shirt designs to feature in their store front. They wanted original graphics for the Tees that all followed the theme “I ride for me”. We gave them a variety of styles to choose from, whether it was 8-bit video game style to 80's retro and modern candy skulls. We were happy with the results and look forward to producing more in the future.
Lakeheadz.com is an online forum for “lake-heads” or avid lake-goers around Lake Powell. The brand of Lakeheadz.com needed to be family friendly, yet cool and powerful to reach his broad audience of “lake-heads” who enjoy boating and recreational activity around the Lake Powell area. We created a hip raccoon named, “Dexter”, who can relate to all the lake-goers who get “racoon-eyes” from their sunglasses. With Dexter’s hair whipping in the wind and the text below him in the shape of a wave, this logo is dynamic and full of motion.
Hillock Sports needed a strong way to communicate their quality products and low prices to coaches and teams around Utah. We decided to design a series of half fold printed mailing piece for each season’s main sport they wanted to advertise. We pulled out key apparel items and paired them with bold type statements and strong photography. Along with each printed mailer, we designed a corresponding web banner to advertise on their website.
We were there from the very beginning with this fitness and nutrition company. We developed not only their company logo but several logos for various products that they manufacture and sell. We've designed packaging, labels, business cards, trade show displays and much more to enhance their visual brand. We've also built their online store where they sell their products. All of it is designed to appeal to consumers in the health and fitness world.
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We had the privilege to work with the race organizers for the Bryce Canyon Marathon to create a consistent brand that they can use each year. We've put it on billboards, medals, T-shirts and more. The branding emphasizes the beauty of the region for all of those who participate each year.
I’ve been interested in design and how things work for as long as I can remember. When I was young I used to build elaborate designs with Legos and create my own “universes” that they resided in. Now I have kids of my own and I enjoy helping them build with their own Legos. The desire to create new and interesting things is still just as alive today as it ever has been.
I’ve never stopped trying to fine tune my craft and I’m always perusing tutorials and researching new and interesting ways to design. With nearly a decade of design and online marketing experience, I’ve learned how to build brands.
In my personal life I love sports, video games and music. I enjoy being in the outdoors and especially when I get to go hunting with my dad and brothers. I enjoy spending time with my wife, three sons and daughter. Family time is the best time.
I grew up in Enterprise, UT, and up until my senior year was more into sports than anything computer related. I had no idea what I wanted to do after High School until I took a Web Development class just to see what it was like. One semester of it, and I was hooked.
When I’m not on a computer, I enjoy reading, shopping, and pretty much anything outdoors. I also love being with friends and family.
I grew up in southeast Michigan where my days were spent on the lake or out finding adventure. I discovered my love for photography at an early age and my aspiration for design followed shortly there after. It wasn't until studying at Lawrence Technological University that I realized my true passion for everything print and layout design and my intrigue for anything digital.
Throughout my education, I received an understanding of strong conceptual standards and was challenged to focus on innovative designs that push the boundaries of safe practice. I strive to expand upon what I have learned and will always continue to grow as a designer. Working with others and being able to make people happy through my design is what I enjoy most about this practice.
When I am not working, I enjoy being outdoors, hiking, camping, fishing, or just being on a lake. You will most likely find me sporting a pair of cowboy boots and listening to old country-western music. I grew up with a large family so making time to spend with them is also a must.
We are graphic designers, web developers and brand creators located in beautiful St. George, Utah. Our office is at 321 North Mall Drive, Building A, Suite 201 in St. George, Utah, in the Red Cliffs Professional Park. From our quaint Southern Utah office we’ve been able to serve businesses just like yours from all over the nation. Give us a call and see what Flitch can do for you. 435-652-4020