WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT
We believe it’s our smart design and attentive service. Alone, these capabilities may not sizzle. Together, however, it’s a different story. We treat every project, regardless of size and scope, with the same gumption. This means we shape perception with our creativity and we shape your experience, too, with a dedicated effort. And we expect both to be impeccable.
Brand is everything. Your name. Your logo. A tagline, fonts, colors, style. A brand defines your company or organization and gives it personality. It helps you to stand out from the competition and should be used consistently in all communications.
Print still matters. Despite the advance of the digital world, there is something about the touch of paper. The experience of tangible. From a postcard to a brochure to a poster to a guide to a magazine, print is an avenue for reaching the audience. Still.
Prime real estate! A website is often the first place a potential customer or client goes. For information. For credibility. To determine the next step. In short, a website is essential. So the navigation, content and design are also vital to an online presence.
Short and sweet. An infographic is short on text but heavy on design. It works wonders to capture attention while still communicating short nuggets of info. Infographics work well in any medium.
Think YouTube. Or thanks to YouTube, video is familiar. It’s a fantastic way for communicating a complex subject. Or introducing a brand. Or enchanting a visual audience. The shorter the video animation, the better.
In your face. Well, not exactly, but think beyond print and digital. There are times when a brand can enhance an environment, and there are many methods for doing so. Signage, banners, clings, floor graphics, decals and retractable banner stands…oh my!
“The fister team is so wonderful continuing to learn about and progress the Medtronic brand on these materials. We loved both concepts (and thought the landscape was a really fun, unique option), so we presented both to Medtronic. They preferred the portrait and had no edits to the design.””