Back in May a connection referred us to Kottke & Brantz for some branding work. They’re a law firm in Boulder with a long history of serving the community, and they needed a fresh look without too much fanfare, something modern that fit their image, but no need to go over the top with marketing materials. So after getting some basic info about their time, budget, and the branding assets they required, we decided to offer them our Starter Pack. It seemed to fit well within all the project constraints and meet their needs.
We have a design principle here at Good Good Work around taking things slow. Thoughtful design process and careful planning are an investment that yields better products that are often less costly and time-consuming. There are, however, times when you just need a website (and a logo) online in 5 days.
That’s where DSA Praxis was when they came to us, a big conference looming just a week away and no website or even a simple landing page at the ready. A big problem indeed. Read more
This week I finished some design work for The Body Political, a powerful and subversive burlesque event in San Francisco. In their words:
…this show is a space of resistance. We honor and listen to the diverse voices of our community, hearing stories of acceptance and self-love. It is within these stories, and the courage of their storytellers, that we resist, we disrupt, and we reclaim. This is place for us. Our Bodies, Our Rules, Our Stories.
I was thrilled when co-producer Laika Fox approached me about getting involved. And while you won’t see me on stage, I fully support and encourage people reclaiming their bodies. It’s all done in service of working in a prefigurative space. All bodies are good bodies! Read more