Back in 2014 brewmaster Palmer Quimby approached SLANT seeking a new brand for his new brewing company. His inspiration? Get ready for this: a Monk.
Sometimes we’re asked to name and/or brand a physical product or company with an easily identifiable function, other times it's a little more complicated.
Acting like a child is usually a bad thing as an adult. However, we're channeling our inner 12 year old for one of our latest projects...
Creativity matters. But don't take our word for it, take a look at this case study on how a well-executed creative campaign delivered some awesome sauce for one our clients.
Leftovers come in two forms: the ‘lumpy, what-the-hell-even-is-this’ kind, or the ‘omg-this-is-just-as-good-maybe-even-better-than-the-original’ kind. SLANT leftovers fall in this second category...
Utilizing our intelligence and creativity on a daily basis to do great things for our clients can take its toll. To combat brain drain, we’re big believers in getting away from the computer and being active to stay fresh and creative.
What's green and moves tons of dirt?? Meet Morgan Corp, one of the industry's best...and they're a new client.
SLANT is excited to announce continued work with the Mary Black Foundation out of Spartanburg, SC. As we wrap up a fresh new brand for the Foundation’s CONNECT adolescent health initiative, we’re now set to engage in a rollout campaign and website.
We have a new team member! That leads us to another ‘Meet the Peeps’ blog where we highlight our SLANT team members and share embarrassing stories about them. So without further ado...meet Jarrod Wiggins – business development ninja.
Say hello to our newest client!
We’re excited to announce that Spirit Communications will be joining the SLANT creative portfolio. Located in Columbia, SC, Spirit is a leading communications company serving South Carolina, North Carolina and Georgia. Spirit has commissioned SLANT to bring a fresh and modern look to the company’s website.
Spirit’s Roddy Broadnax said: “SLANT’s reputation for quality design work is what caught our attention. But their strategic approach to design is what we got excited about. They bring ideas to the table that don’t just look good, they can help improve the overall customer experience. That’s precisely what Spirit was looking for with this web project.”
SLANT’s founder and creative director Christopher Cecil says, “As designers and tech geeks, we definitely have a soft spot for consumer technology and Spirit’s rapid growth as a communications leader tells us they’ve got something great. Add to that their interest in raising the creative bar, this has all the signs of an amazing bromance. Unless they tell us they like clipart...that would be grounds for a breakup.”
Stay tuned for some fresh Spirit website updates – we hope you like what you see.