A brand is not a logo or how your materials look. It is the gut feeling people get when they think of your company. It is your purpose for doing what you do.
Our brains are hardwired to notice what is different about you, your company, your style of service, and the customer experience. Do you have a big bold idea? How do your customers see you? Set yourself apart by delivering a great brand experience. Building a brand is a collaborative effort. We value close personal relationships with our clients, and it takes a higher level of communication to gain your trust. This is vital to the success of your brand.
Worx was founded on the idea that if we do what we love and treat people well, the rest will fall into place. Family is the reason we keep going, and a love for creativity adds fuel to the fire. You know where you want to be. We can help you get there.
Our passion for design is contagious. When one of us has a great idea, the creativity starts flowing. Each of us brings highly specialized skills to create a dynamic atmosphere that cultivates optimism, productivity and strong relationships with our clients. We are Your Creative Coaches®.
A brand is not just a logo, it's an experience.
An online presence is a vital part of your brand.
You know where you want your brand to be. We can help you get there.
Videos help your audience have a greater understanding of your product or service.
Based around the wood fired pizza concept, Flying Pie Co. offers classic flavor with a twist. They wear chucks, order on iPads and light things on fire after all! We've had the privilege to bring their concept to life through branding and marketing. From helping to name the restaurant, developing the brand concept and look to hand drawing illustrations of their atmosphere, we've taken their idea and ran with it.
The completion of a major school renovation was the perfect time to unveil a new brand and identity for Franklin County Career & Technology Center. Worx worked with the marketing team and the school board to recreate the schools identity including a new nickname, brand identity and collateral. They celebrated the grand reopening and unveiling in May at the open house, which welcomed hundreds of students, parents and public figures.
True story. Mary Kate was looking for a way to create an experience from start to finish. She also needed to develop a system for delivering the final product to her clients. We pushed the boundaries by creating a custom stamp that would be applied to each box by hand. During the project we also created customizable cases for photo cds, labels and thank you cards.
Several years ago, Innovative came to us in search of creative direction and marketing strategies. Through creative coaching we have become a vital asset to their company. As they continue to grow, so do we. Innovative consults us before making any marketing decisions. We appreciate their trust in our company.
A great way to tell the story of a brand is through it's website. Jennifer Rotz creates art based on the love between people, and needed her materials to reflect that feeling. Our story began with a website, and developed into a refashioned logo and letterpress stationery. Letterpress printing gives pieces a perception of value, which reflects what clients will receive in return for their investment.
KNS gains the respect of their clients through trust and an effortless process. To help them communicate this to potential clients, we worked closely with them to develop a distinctive look and feel. The project was set in motion with a professional photo shoot on location. The materials were used to create a pocket folder with inserts, business cards, and a website.
A logo is only the beginning. We collaborated with Food Safety Training Solutions (FSTS) to build their brand from the ground up. It began with the creation of a mark to identify the brand, and progressed into stationery, business cards, pocket folders, ad campaigns, a website, social media, a monthly e-newsletter and a blog. FSTS is one of the fastest growing brands in the food safety industry.
Highline came to us to develop a critical part of their business: their brand. The process began with a logo, stationery, and website. The brand has become a household name in the community, with people recognizing the logo as far away as Frederick. When Highline took their business in a new direction by focusing on fine dining and drinks, they depended on us again to update their logo and corresponding materials.
If you are someone with a big bold idea and the true grit to make it happen, we want to talk to you. To develop the best possible solution, we need to know what makes you tick. The first step in our process is to connect with you to learn about your company, determine your creative needs and come up with a plan of action.
Consider your investment. We're a small studio with low overhead costs, which would be reflected in your investment. We have set pricing, so we won't nickel and dime you. No surprises. If something will cost more, we will ask you before moving forward. To seal the deal, we ask for a 50% deposit up front to cover our costs. We will never begin a project without your consent.
Before we start designing, we do our homework. We develop a plan for the best possible solution and how we are going to get there.The next action is to create some concepts for you to review. If you love it, tell us! If not, you won't hurt our feelings. The process will continue until we achieve the desired result.
You fall in love with the marvelous solution we have created together. Once a project is approved, it is time to deliver the goods. We can take care of getting them printed, put on a CD, emailed, or uploaded to the web. We can ship your product directly to you or deliver it ourselves (if you are local). If you live in Palm Springs, let's talk.
In 2009, Greencastle embraced the national phenomenon of First Friday as a way to bring life and increase foot traffic into the downtown area. Worx donated the branding campaign and website.
Since 2011, Worx has donated over 280 handmade scarves to the Greencastle Exchange Club each holiday season. These scarves are then given to children in need throughout the local area.
Hagerstown Convoy of Hope is a huge carnival-like event featuring free groceries, a job and health fair, hot lunches, family photos, live entertainment, and access to dozens of community resources and organizations. Worx teamed up with DHWEB to develop a website that would serve as a resource for information about the event.
The AAF – Greater Frederick is a regional professional organization for individuals who work in advertising, marketing and related fields. Each year they host the ADDY Awards to honor excellence in the advertising industry. For two years, Worx has donated the design of the print collateral.
G-A MAAX was formed to conduct a Capital Campaign to maximize Arts and Athletic opportunities within the Greencastle-Antrim School District. As parents that live and work in the community, we are invested in their future. Worx donated the design of the logo and print collateral to benefit the campaign.