Because one eye means intentional focus.

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Upcoming Projects

Congressional School

April 2016
We are excited to be working with Congressional School in Falls Church, VA, partnering with them on several upcoming projects including branding, website, view books, photography and video. The time schedule should place us with most of the new brand releases for in or around August 2016. We hope you’ll check back and see it soon because this will be one to watch out for thanks to such a great team at Congressional!

Just for Kids DC

April 2016
We have the privilege of working with Just for Kids DC, an organization that designs sports and activity programs to get children moving and active. The new website and backend development involving registration and parent login is scheduled to be live inside May. We’re also developing a text alert system for them to help keep active communication with their nearly 700 family participants.


May 2016
HarperOne, a division of HarperCollins, historically the largest publisher in the world, owns the rights to many of C.S. Lewis's collection of works. They just acquired the rights to 13 additional titles set for release next year. We're working with them to garner fantastic quotes that will help set up an authentic "push" for on social media.

Matter, Meet Aura

June 16, 2016

Matter, as we all know from science, is defined as, “physical substance in general, as distinct from mind and spirit; that which occupies space and possesses rest mass, especially as distinct from energy.” But…

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May 5, 2016

Wonderment cannot be underestimated in everything you send out with the brand of your school, organization or company. Wonderment is a whimsical word, which is why we like it. We’re really talking curiosity that has enough abandon that someone is prone to react, respond, and become engaged.

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Top 10 on Video Strategy

May 2, 2016

Video strategy is something that is key for any organization. Why? It’s often the driver of social shares, it expounds on emotion and provides a tinge (or more) of wonder about what your particular message really is all about.

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