When COVID-19 made in-person business events suddenly impossible, Artitudes helped Ste Michelle Wine Estates quickly pivot to a virtual event for their company-wide roll out of their new brand, ways of working, and strategies – all focused on moving the company into the next 50 years.
Leaders were interviewed, scripts meticulously drafted, and the collection of ideas and momentum were poured into a seamlessly branded 12 part video series. The branded look and feel was not only tailored for the event’s videos, but was also integrated into email blasts and digital signage, creating an actionable campaign for the virtual audience.
This newly formed nonprofit began with a few concerned community members bringing free coffee, donuts and conversation to the many homeless and disenfranchised youth gathering on the Rainier Trail in Issaquah. It grew to a regular weekly outreach, and then to its own coffee shop—building trust and positive change for kids in crisis along with a safe space for them to gather. Artitudes designed their identity to align with the warm “coffee home” that they had created for the local youth.
Microsoft came to Artitudes to help update their Standards of Business Conduct which guides new hires in making ethical choices in business transactions with co-workers, vendors, government agencies and the public. The document is delivered as a printed brochure, PDFs localized in 17 languages and a website.
Artitudes worked extensively with Golden Acts to create a brand that gave visual recognition to this start-up company. Through in-depth brand investigations we uncovered a direction that struck gold, aligning the vision of Golden Acts to that of their target audience. Thoughtful consideration was applied to the creation of elements, so they would work across the full breadth of materials created. Brand elements created included, Brand Guide, business papers, Social Media graphics and web design.
Artitudes has worked with the local Downtown Issaquah Association, a Main Street Association member, to help them market a wide range of community events. From wine and art walks, classic car shows, history pub crawls, zombie walks and a paragliding air parade, DIA sponsors events that bring the community together and Artitudes is proud to be a part of it.
Artitudes was thrilled to work with Kurt DelBene and his amazing team at Microsoft to create top-notch visuals to pair with this presentation that was delivered at Envision 2018. This presentation included three guest speakers who related to theme of transformation.
Working with Issaquah Sports Medicine, Artitudes Design created an original logo for a new company located on Seattle’s East Side. Our client wanted a fresh logo that incorporated the Northwest and that can seamlessly be converted to a sign entrance. The end product was an effective and simple design, utilizing Issaquah’s 3 mountains and conveying a Northwest vibe. The design can seamlessly be applied to signage, apparel, or websites and social media.
PACO Collective is an agency that focuses on cross-cultural marketing. In preparation for their presentation at the Disrupt conference in Chicago, PACO Collective reached out to Artitudes to create a visually compelling presentation. Artitudes loved this opportunity to help tell the story of cultural understanding in present-day marketing.
Artitudes has worked with key decision makers and internal presentation teams at Microsoft to deliver impactful presentations. This video showcases just a small sampling of the presentation work we have had the pleasure of producing. We are grateful for the years of experience and insight that our team has gained as we evolve with the Microsoft brand, always looking to keep an eye on the future of design and fresh ways to convey a message.