March Madness: Competition belongs on the court, not in your frame displays:

You do want your frame displays to reflect your brand. It can be appropriate to incorporate high end, sumptuous materials, but not in competition with the product. These wood fixtures and props are made of lovely, natural materials with texture and deep colors. The fixture and materials may represents the brand, but it overpowers the frames. The frames on the upright display all but disappear on the dark background. The frames on the table fair a little better, the texture and shine of the fixture are the same color value of most of the frames. While the wood material certainly reflects the warmth, color and substantial qualities of this brand, the way in which it’s applied does not all

The Envisage Manifesto

Let me tell you something: putting into words your life’s mission and your passion is not easy! We see it all the time with clients when we challenge them to explain their vision to us. Having work that feels more like a calling than a career incites passion in a lot of people, and that passion—as inspiring as it might be—can also make it difficult to succinctly and clearly explain what the project at hand is. There’s just so much wrapped up in the possibilities! When our clients need help putting their vision into a real concept, with objectives and deliverables and design and detail, we see the wheels turning, and it feels amazing. Like most experiences in life, it was much (much!) harder

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