New Work: Brand Identity and Websites for Sciath Group

Logo for Sciath Smart Industries

The financial sector is often riddled with boring, staid brand identities meant to convey trust and stability. As a private investment firm, Sciath Group operates in a variety of industries, and is nimble enough to see opportunities in new spaces, such as blockchain and other so-called “smart industries.” The word sciath is Old Irish and … Read more »

New Work: Brand Identity and Website for BlockSquared Consulting

BlockSquared Consulting

Blockchain is one of the few paradigm-shifting technologies to come in a long time. It has enabled new currencies untethered to central banks. It has powered smart contracts enabling full transparency within an ecosystem. And blockchain has unlocked an important new capital funding source for burgeoning businesses. BlockSquared Consulting believes in blockchain and its immense … Read more »

New Work: Brand Identity for SilverAnt

We now live in a world where paper maps are gone, “GPS” is a commonly understood term, and people rely on geolocation services to help them navigate their world. However, this is all limited to the outdoors. SilverAnt wants to make people’s lives better by bringing that same location and positioning service indoors. SilverAnt is … Read more »

The 4 Critical Pages You Need In Your Website

Write content for new website visitors as if you're on a first date…

In early August 1991, a British scientist named Tim Berners-Lee at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), flipped on the switch to the world’s first website. More than a quarter-century after that very first webpage came online, we have done the hard work of figuring out how websites are supposed to function, and more … Read more »

New Work: Brand Identity for Aprise


Over $100 billion of U.S. government economic incentives are available to small- and medium-sized businesses and non-profits every year. Yet for businesses seeking these incentives, they’re more difficult to find and apply for than you’d think. Details of these programs are scattered across hundreds of federal, state, and local agency websites. Application processes are onerous. … Read more »

Making it official

Since before I graduated from design school back in the 1990s, I started freelancing. I imagine that most design students do. They volunteer to design a poster for their family’s yard sale, an album cover for their brother’s garage band, or a menu for their aunt’s restaurant. I got my start designing a business card … Read more »