Marstudio recently launched Washington Adventist University’s new website. If you haven’t seen it yet, check it out!
Celestial Fire Glass needed a brand that could be as visually appealing as their products. Marstudio explored how we could create concepts that would embody the product and the name associated with it. The product itself was rich with visual imagery to draw from. The color palette we chose for the logo was representative of the colors available for the product. The Celestial Fire Glass brand is now fresh, sophisticated, and layered with meaning.
Every once in awhile, fear arises over the idea that SEO is dead. Skeptics gather and claim that everything people know about SEO from the last 30 years is useless, stating a myriad of reasonings to back their claim. But is it true?[…]
In the world of marketing, the possibilities are seemingly endless when it comes to coming up with ways to sell your product. Each approach is unique, and companies have even been able to construct methods to sell products based off sounds and smell alone.[…]
April Fools’ Day is the one day a year where it’s socially acceptable to glue quarters to sidewalks or replace the Oreo cream filling with toothpaste, providing some lighthearted enjoyment all around. It’s also a great marketing tool for companies and a perfect way to have a little fun on the job.[…]
Marstudio is a Brand Strategy Firm and Creative Marketing Agency, so we work on a lot of branding and marketing initiatives. One thing that we’ve noticed over and over is that there is a lot of confusion about the difference between branding and marketing.[…]
Last month I attended the Women in Tech Summit, a gathering of fellow developers and digital strategists. Throughout many fascinating workshops, panels, and presentations, one theme stood out to me personally – the striking similarities between the tech industry and the marketing industry.[…]
Recently Marstudio’s Vice President and Creative Director, Sam Rooeintan, had the opportunity to speak at the University of Maryland College Park campus to a group of graphic design students. In his presentation, titled The Almighty Brand, Sam lectured on the intersection of graphic design,[…]
WTOP approached Marstudio last year to design a series of clever, eye-catching bus ads to motivate commuters to tune in to “Washington’s all-news radio station.” Pleased with the results, they joined us again in 2014 for a second series of bus ads and a series of dioramas (free standing signs),[…]