From brand development to online company stores, we work on a rich variety of projects that help our clients stand out in a crowd.
Branding and retail environment for a new store in Carlton, Oregon. The shop features local handmade jewelry, home goods, and gifts. The space is shared with a tasting room, so we designed the fixtures, lighting, and point-of-sale signage to work in companion with the existing assets.
As a new initiative, we helped the film festival brand their new monthly series. Working with their partner Rogue Valley Farm to Schools, we quickly developed a brand, print and social media assets, as well as Pre-Roll slides for film viewing for the Food Equity Film Weekend launch. The series was a success, over 400 viewers watched the films, and they surpassed their fundraising goal by 175%.
Hospitality at its best. VT Group is responsible for making your event memorable – from an old Portland classic, Food In Bloom Catering – to a modern masterpiece, The Exchange Ballroom. As events were delayed or cancelled, CuPrum was able to nimbly create a new brand and online platform call VT To You. This allowed the company to quickly pivot from full scale event design to gourmet prepared food delivery. Along with launching the new brand, we developed a digital strategy to grow the new business.
Erickson Incorporated is a leading aerospace manufacturer and global provider of aviation services. Our work runs the gamut from designing and managing an online company store to trade show graphics. The real fun is in getting amazing shots of the Aircrane in action and telling its incredible story.
As leaders in the Assisted Living design and development industry, Concepts in Community Living’s (CCL) online presence was woefully out of date. CuPrum performed a site audit and conduced user research to inform a new site strategy to consolidate the overwhelming navigation options and hundreds of pages into an easy to use cohesive whole.
A short story of a small facelift. When Portland entrepreneurs Martha and Gordon bought their old hotel on Nehalem bay, they turned to us to help give them the lift up they needed. A new logo, Highway sign, and ads was just the new look they needed to keep them from being thought of as the Bates Hotel.