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 Michelle Phillips-digital strategist extraordinaire.
SLANT is looking for a digital marketing nerd with a creative brain who’s passionate about finding ways to increase online effectiveness.
Some clients we find at networking events, some find us via an old-fashioned Google search, and some get referred by existing clients. Then there’s the last category - folks we’ve known personally for ages and that's where things can get tricky.
Six days after Thanksgiving and you only thought you were done with leftovers. It's that time of year when we share some of our SLANT leftovers of delicious creative work that was shoved in the fridge by the client and never heard from again.
Binge watching ALL the things on Netflix? Ordering a pizza by yelling at Alexa? Unlocking your new iPhone with your face? These are all all modern-day things we love that are super cool. But those pale in comparison to the coolness of machines that fly and go into outer space! So imagine our excitement when we were tapped to work with South Carolina Aerospace on a new Aerospace Careers Campaign.
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...