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Visuals are the first thing they’ll see.

Hiring a heavy-hitting Art Director or Designer (yes, they are two different things) can make all the difference. From logos and packaging to ad campaigns and websites, we’ll connect you with the right person for any job. It pays to get it right the first time.

Art Direction 

An Art Director provides conceptually-driven design services and expertise. This typically includes participation in creative sessions, research, concept development, presentations and finished layouts. The role requires a deep understanding of design principles, an innate sense of style, plus a working knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite and familiarity with the basics of various coding languages

Creative Direction

A Creative Director is responsible for the overall quality and consistency of communication created on behalf of a client or brand. The role requires a deep working knowledge of design, art direction, writing and branding. Effective creative directors are excellent at selecting and presenting the best ideas generated during the creative process and are able to provide crisp, actionable guidance to all members of the extended creative team. Adding a strong Creative Director to an in-house creative team can be a great way to elevate both the quality and consistency of your team’s creative output. 

Graphic Design

A Graphic Designer provides professional-quality graphic solutions. The arc of the design process usually follows rough sketches and early visual concept refinement through iteration to create final designs.The role requires a strong working knowledge of all applicable industry-standard tools, best practices and file formats.

Graphic Production

A Production Artist provides graphic production services and expertise to prepare graphics for print output or screen display. according to required specs often under the direction of an Art Director or Production Manager. It is the Production Artist’s responsibility to ensure that images, text, and multimedia elements work together and meet client expectations for publication. The well-qualified professional displays a strong working knowledge of all applicable industry-standard tools, best practices and file formats.


An Illustrator provides illustrations, which can include combinations of drawing, painting and/or digital media. The qualified professional is adept at using color, graphics, texture and effects to create a final product that engages a specific audience while conveying the mood and message described in a strategy brief.


An Infographic Designer is an artist who specializes in creating visuals that bring data and research to life. The qualified professional is gifted at presenting raw statistics in simple, intuitive and visually arresting ways. This role requires deep familiarity with graphic design trends, as well as a strong working knowledge of all applicable industry-standard tools and file formats.