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Ten Years Looks Good on Us: lookthinkmake’s New Brand Identity

After nearly ten years, it was time to change our clothes. The best client-agency relationships are true partnerships built on trust, collaboration, and the notion that we’re all in this together to build something amazing for the people we serve. At nearly the ten-year mark, lookthinkmake has enjoyed so many of these relationships. It’s what

New Thinkers and Makers

Meet our 2018 new hires. Ailien Phan Account Executive What’s your favorite good weather activity? Pool day What book can you not put down? Reading the Red Sparrow trilogy right now and I’m very into it. If you could eat one thing for lunch every day, what would it be? Sushi or Vietnamese food Courtney

ltm Extended Family: Taylor Burge

Taylor Burge is an event coordinator, floral designer and mama based in Lockhart, Texas – home of world famous BBQ. Taylor entered the world of events early on, throwing themed parties at local bars in Dallas, TX – her hometown. When she and her then best friend, now husband moved to Austin in 2010, she

Taylor Burge Ellison House

ltm Extended Family: Mindy Raymond Benson

As a creative at heart, Mindy has been involved in every aspect of the filmmaking process. Her acting career, which was her first passion, took her to New York City to study at the prestigious Michael Howard Studios. While in NYC, she found a love for producing and creative marketing. Mindy lived in NYC for

New Republic Studios

Nine Lessons in Nine Years

  As we look back through the perfection of hindsight vision, we can begin to see patterns and lessons that have been our guiding muses these past nine years. Some of the lessons are stated out loud with relative frequency, some are internal dialogue that is called upon as we make decisions large and small.

Cracking that nut: Bringing Pease Park’s new brand to life.

Cracking that nut: Bringing Pease Park’s new brand to life. Rebranding is a delicate process. It requires setting off into uncharted territory while paying homage to friendly waters. Now apply that metaphor to a squirrel. When it came to rebranding Pease Park Conservancy, we set out to find the heart and soul of Pease Park

People are too comfortable to care.

People are too comfortable to care. This was a powerful statement by Mike Maples, Jr., a venture capitalist that has seen tremendous success in ventures including Twitter, Twitch. TV, Bazaarvoice, and Spiceworks, to name a few. He spoke at an Austin Business Journal Face 2 Face event. (These are amazing, btw. Go check them out.) From

ltm Extended Family: Kristen Brown

Kristen Brown is Pease Park Conservancy’s new CEO. She joined the Conservancy in June to help lead the organization through some exciting changes, including the implementation of the Pease Park Master Plan, which was unanimously adopted in 2014. We started working with Pease Park Conservancy earlier this year to refresh their brand, and to get

ltm Extended Family: Eli Winkelman

Eli Winkelman is the founder of CRAFT, and our neighbor at Artpost. She opened CRAFT in 2013 as a place where anyone – from crafting hoarders to rookies – could make a mess and create. CRAFT is a walk-in studio – they provide the tools and materials, all you have to do is show up

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Inspiration Needs a lot of A.D.S.

Left to its own devices, inspiration is a truant. It doesn’t abide any schedule but its own. It’s a flake. A wanderer. And unless you’re calling it out of sheer panic because you need it for survival, it kind of comes and goes at it pleases. That’s why you need to treat inspiration like the

Inspiration Strategies