About the Client:
Hashtagitude is a digital marketing agency, based out of Denver, Colorado, specializing in handcrafted online community building, authentic digital marketing, and social media that matters. From education to social media management, they provide a full service studio to their clients in order to help them reach their social media goals.
I have personally known Helene for a few years now, having referred past social media clients to Hashtagitude and consulting with them on various site launch campaigns. So we were honored when Helene and Ryan reached out with their design needs.
They knew they needed the full brand design package in order to have enough collateral to meet all their design needs, as well as adding on custom brand guides, digital portfolios, and other print materials for in personal marketing events. We knew they wanted a fresh identity that visually portrayed the long lasting, timeless qualities that authentic audience building brings to their clients, as well as the handcrafted approach to social media marketing. So the retro vintage styling and hand crafted elements helped visually convey their values and professional goals.
“Julie is great! She was very attentive and communicative with Ryan and me in our rebranding process and got the new branding on point. I especially love that she provided us deadlines for each step of the process, which helped keep the process going smoothly. ” – Helene Kwong
FINAL BRAND DESIGN
“I have known of Julie for a couple of years through Twitter and Facebook when she was running Julie Harris Design. We were in need of new branding to align with our mission better. Julie is great! She was very attentive and communicative with Ryan and me in our rebranding process and got the new branding on point. I especially love that she provided us deadlines for each step of the process, which helped keep the process going smoothly. When we have more capital, we would love a website redesign as well. We have recommended Whiskey & Red Design to other businesses in the Denver area.” – Helene Kwong