Logo Design & Branding
We love partnering with churches, ministries & small businesses whether they are decades old or just launching. One service we’re able to offer is support for your communication and technological needs. We’ll help you purchase domains, find web hosting, email set-up, e-blast campaigns and more.
Content & Verbiage
We work hard at streamlining our team and the way we work for you. You can rest well knowing we care about your deadlines as much as you do.
We focus on what we do best, so you can focus on what you do best. In the end, it makes us both look smarter!
Every client has a unique story and vision. We find joy in engaging with our clients to ensure they get a result catered just to them.
In 2003 we began serving churches, ministries & small businesses through graphic design in the Greater Nashville area. Not long after our launch, we began receiving request from clients throughout the South East. By 2007 we had expanded coast to coast and had grown into a firm that serves churches and ministries that reach thousands of people every week! We’re passionate about serving our partners quickly & efficiently with high-end design and building long-lasting partnerships along the way.
We know that as we pursue our passions and calling with churches and ministries in combination with our love of graphic and web design, we’ll be in the right place, at the right time, partnering with the right people.
You have needs? We have designers!
Churches & Ministries
Great Branding Has Never Been More Important!
- 46% of people say a website’s design is the number one criterion for discerning the credibility of the company 46%
- 94% of people cited poor web design as the reason they mistrusted or rejected a website 94%
- 38% of potential church visitors base their decision to attend a church on the website alone 38%
- 33% of people said that the internet was the first place where they learned about their church 33%
- 90 % of information transmitted to the brain is visual, and visuals are processed 60,000X faster in the brain than text 90%
- 40% of people will respond better to visual information than plain text 40%