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Branding Designers

Page history last edited by Elijah Woolery 3 months ago

Updated  November 2020

Recommendations received by Eli Woolery from the alumni list

 

I would highly recommend a group that we just used for Resharp based in Boulder CO called Fadduh - https://www.fadduh.com/

-Dave Lyons

 

Speak to Hub Strategy and Communications in SF. They produce their own media so they would be great at crafting your message.
https://hubsanfrancisco.com/

-Mike Strasser

 

I can suggest RetailBound, Inc.  Yohan Jacob specializes in helping companies go to market with their product. He is also a Stanford grad! 

Great to work with.  He is based in Chicago, but has consultants all over, including the Bay Area. 

yjacob@retailbound.com 

630-246-4068

-Louis Hsiao

 

I came across R/GA Ventures working with Freewire. R/GA Ventures did I nice job on branding. 

https://ventures.rga.com/

-Jochen Backs

 

 

I really like Marty Neumeier at Liquid. 

https://www.linkedin.com/in/martyneumeier/

-Bill Burnett

 

I found working with A Hundred Monkeys to be straightforward and enjoyable. I ended up selecting them because they seemed to best understand how to reconcile the often highly-subjective and non-linear creative process inherent to branding, and the need to convey some sort of articulable process to other stakeholders to generate buy in. 

I'd recommend.

-Jason Chua

 

Collins!  They do amazing work. Happy to make an introduction.

-Alonzo Canada

 

We worked with Marissa Shapiro at Martha (www.thisismartha.com). Haven’t seen her copy work yet but amazing brand guidelines and voice + tone work. Also super reasonably priced. We love her! Doing copy, site design and photo with her now. 

-Amanda Calabrese

 

 

April 2019

Recommendations received by John Edmark from the alumni list:

 

http://solidarityofunbridledlabour.com/

rec'd by Eugene Korsunskiy

 

We had an excellent experience with Born & Bred last year. They did a complete overhaul of our brand for Pearl Coffee - including a new name, new logo and revised brand strategy. I would recommend highly.  - Greg Kress

 

IDEO SF does branding work. - Peter Macdonald

 

https://www.enlisteddesign.com/branding-packaging 

http://www.1185design.com

rec'd by Mason Curry

 

I would like to highly recommend one of our own: Daylight DesignsDan Kim runs their Seoul office and has an extremely talented crew there working on branding. We loved collaborating with them – they worked up the identity for SpeedSmith, pulling off the tough trick of fulfilling the character we had in mind, and adding twists we would have never thought of. They should be a default conversation for us Stanford designers when we are thinking of branding work. - Joseph Hei

 

I run a tiny branding shop too :) http://www.aandjdesignworks.com/ - Avantika Agarwal

 

To add one more to the list, we've had a fantastic experience with Casey Martin at Play. I like a couple things about working with Casey: 

  • He has chops from Leo Burnett but is starting his own agency in the Bay, so you get lots of attention.
  • He's the one calling the design shots, so you know a junior associate isn't doing all the work. 
  • He's easy and fun to work with.

-DeWolf Emery

 

I highly recommend Tolleson in SF:https://tolleson.com/work/

I have worked with them on several projects and they do very thoughtful and beautiful work across multiple disciplines.

- Kamran Arshad

 

I’ve worked with Play Studio and Silas Reeves for branding and highly recommend both.  - Gabrielle Guthrie

 

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Date: 03:01 AM GMT, 07/01/2005

From: Dan Lythcott-Haims

 

Thank you all for your recommendations.

 

We have hired one of the below, and when it turns out well I will post

my personal recommendation.

 

I left off the list one or two individuals who responded as freelancers

but who currently are employed full-time. For their own protection. :)

 

Regards,

 

Dan Lythcott-Haims, BS PD '91

 


 

Dave Nong

www.nong.com

recommended by Bryan Cooperrider

 

Beth Marx

beth@gustavmarx.com

http://gustavmarx.com/gustavmarx_home.html

recommended by Maria Mortati

 

Unified Design Labs

Art Shoji

http://www.unifieddesignlabs.com

recommended by Dave Maltz

also recommende by Robert Miros

 

Amy Weiher

http://www.weihercreative.com

recommended by Helen Shaughnessy

 

Propane

http://www.propanestudio.com/

recommended by Sascha@retailleau.com

 

MetaDesign

http://www.metadesign.com/

recommended by Sascha@retailleau.com

 

Method

http://www.method.com/

recommended by Sascha@retailleau.com

 

Willy and Patrick of Swayspace (PD circa 1998 or 1999)

http://www.swayspace.com

recommended by Nora McCauley, MFA 96

 

LUNAR

John Edson

jedson@lunar.com

 

Edward Saenz

Gravity Branding

www.gravitybranding.com

recommended by David Thomsen

 

Heather Andrus

Director of Engineering/General Manager

Altitude, Inc.

363 Highland Avenue

Somerville, MA 02144 USA

617-623-7600 ext. 246

h_andrus@altitudeinc.com

http://www.altitudeinc.com

 

disegno

David Lehmann

650-323-2565

Box 1171 Palo Alto, CA 94302

david@ingegno.com

http://www.ingegno.com/disegno/disegno.html

 

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