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Mar 21, 2016
by Sara McGuyer
Regenstrief was ready to part ways with most of their brand assets, but they didn’t need a complete wrecking ball for their rebranding.
Feb 16, 2016
by Sarah Herbert
Mood boards are a wonderful tool for providing the creative direction of a project by compiling the specific elements that make up its palette.
Jan 02, 2016
by Sara McGuyer
Lessons learned from a year of focused art making and creative exploration.
Jun 13, 2015
by Sara McGuyer
Branding is more than just a logo. Here we explore our color-picking process during a re-brand for security firm Pondurance.
Oct 10, 2014
by Jenny Anderson
It may have been our 6th annual 24 Hour Web Project, but each year brings new challenges, new ideas, and new fun!
Apr 16, 2014
by Neil Kjeldsen
Content before design may be a best practice, but is it a necessity?
Jan 08, 2014
by Leigh Marino
The SmallBox Discovery process is not a cookie-cutter thing. Much like an explorer that sets sail on uncharted waters, we simply don’t know what we ...
Nov 13, 2013
by Jason Ward
The new WFYI.org is live! The new site means that a great organization that has served our city for so many years can now have even more impact.
Oct 31, 2013
by Sara McGuyer
All of us at SmallBox are honored to call United Way of Central Indiana a client, but for Sara it was especially exciting, as her very first marketing...
Oct 30, 2013
by Drew DeBoy
Increasing a brand's reach by developing conversational-yet-academic social media content...now that's worth sharing!
Oct 29, 2013
by Neil Kjeldsen
Designer Neil Kjeldsen has kept SmallBox on the bleeding edge of responsive design and front end development. He shares a few tools from his arsenal, ...
Oct 24, 2013
by Nick Klooz
MCL wants to cater to all audiences–both on and off the web. Their new catering website provides fun and engaging content and sports a new, responsi...