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Chase Design On Customer Service!

Posted on: February 23rd, 2016 by Aaron Nabus No Comments

“It’s all about the relationship.” – Chris Chase   What is great customer service? Going the extra mile – whether it is making sure all content is properly organized and all parties involved are on the same page, or just simply saying “Thank You.” Having strict attention to the details – no matter how mundane. […]

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Chase Design Process: Part 3 of 3: Execute

Posted on: February 17th, 2016 by CD_Admin No Comments

The Chase Design process consists of 3 parts, the first of which is to “Listen.” The second part is to “Plan.” Step 3 in our 3 part design process is to “Execute”. Utilizing our attention to detail, design expertise and project management skills, we “Execute” the plan. From first round compositions of a logo design, […]

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Chase Design Celebrates 16 Years of Creating Success!

Posted on: February 11th, 2016 by Aaron Nabus No Comments

Chase Design is very thankful to turn 16 this year! Time sure does fly! 16 years ago, in 2000, Hugh Jackman unsheathed his claws as the mutant loner Wolverine for the first time in the movie, X-Men, where his character learned the value of teamwork. The Los Angeles Lakers were crowned NBA champions, winning the […]

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Chase Design Process: Part 2 of 3: Plan

Posted on: February 9th, 2016 by Aaron Nabus No Comments

The Chase Design process consists of 3 parts, the first of which is to “Listen.” Step 2 in our 3 part design process is to “Plan”. Once the creative brief is created, it will be used as a general plan, to help guide and inform all principal stakeholders. During the “Plan” part of the creative […]

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Chase Design Process: Part 1 of 3: Listen

Posted on: February 2nd, 2016 by Chase Design No Comments

Step 1 in our 3 part design process is to “Listen.” “I Like to Listen. I Have Learned a Great Deal from Listening Carefully.” – Ernest Hemingway At the beginning of a potential collaboration, it’s very important to carefully listen to the client in order to add value to the consultation, manage expectations, determine the scope […]

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Case Study: James Lepanto

Posted on: November 12th, 2015 by Aaron Nabus No Comments

If you are starting a new business, most likely one of the first things you will do is hire an agency than you can trust to develop a logo for you that will help establish your brand – which can be a very daunting task. When James Lepanto decided to couple his many years of […]

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The New Chase Design Website Has Launched!

Posted on: August 22nd, 2015 by Aaron Nabus No Comments

Landing on the moon in 1969. Doug Flutie’s Hail Mary pass vs. Miami in 1984. Apple becoming more profitable than Microsoft in 2011. Chase Design launching their new website in 2015. Yes – miracles do indeed happen! Amid numerous projects and deadlines, such as our recent work for one of our clients, Steve Clarkson Dreammaker, […]

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Chase Design: Thanks For A Successful 2014!

Posted on: December 2nd, 2014 by Aaron Nabus No Comments

Did you devour everything in sight like a Hoover vacuum cleaner and gain 15 pounds on Thanksgiving? Did you get in line at 3am on Black Friday to get that new flat-screen TV just in time for The Walking Dead mid-season finale? Did you scour the internet relentlessly for good deals on Cyber Monday, even […]

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The Chase Design Logo Design Process

Posted on: November 11th, 2014 by Aaron Nabus No Comments

If you have read our past blog posts, Good Branding Starts with a Good Logo and The Importance of Value-Based Logo Design, you have come to realize the benefits of a well designed logo and, more importantly, making sure you have the right team in place to create that logo. But what about the actual […]

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The Meaning of Color

Posted on: October 22nd, 2014 by Aaron Nabus 1 Comment

As we transition from Summer to Fall, one can’t help but notice the change in color. Look outside at the leaves and foliage. Go to your local farmer’s market and check out the new fall season produce. Open up the latest fashion magazines that are using the latest fall color palettes. Why is color so […]

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