A youth- and adult-facing non-profit needed a website that would allow visitors to find the right information efficiently. After migrating the organization's assets to a different platform, TML designed a site that let their good work shine.
A consultancy needed to rebrand, but where to begin? After one interview, TML collected soundbites, images, and color swatches into a branding board that provided the foundation for a healthy, recognizable brand identity.
Have a team that needs to get on the same page and make decisions? TML knows how to ask the right questions, listen closely, and regurgitate the important elements so that you don't miss your launch deadlines. SGP walked away with the whole package: brand assets and guidelines, biz plan, website, integrations, and more.
Where do you organize your strategy? Is your strategy even organized? Whether it's a content marketing machine, a target persona menu, or an asset catalog, TML knows how to make database tools work for you, even if you're on a tight budget.
A private practitioner needed a simple website. Poof! One week later, she had the perfect place to direct her clients.
If you're not a designer or don't really know what "asset management" entails, let TML ensure your files are ready for print, digital, or both. You'll have everything you need all in one place.
A startup team secured funds to develop their web app, but they had yet to settle on a business, brand, or marketing strategy. TML stepped in to conduct research, draft content and designs, and develop a monetization plan. Final deliverables included website and app wireframes, a graphic style library, web content, and a PR schedule.
A new real estate group needed to develop a brand and build a website. With minimal direction, TML delivered a product that helped them stand out from the crowd. TML also vectorized their hand-drawn logo for use across their marketing collateral and swag.
An industry thought leader needed someone to design a presentation deck that would retain listeners’ attention at a national conference. In addition to providing an aesthetically consistent, attractive data-driven deck, TML was able to draw out an emotional theme from the content to help him connect and engage with his audience.
How much information does one need to include on a slide to inform one’s audience without overwhelming them? TML aggregated multiple slides into one and cut out the data fat that would distract audiences from the presenter’s message.
A rapidly growing tech company needed to design an on-spec iOS widget that presented quick-glance information within a streamlined interface for their mobile app users. TML delivered a high-fidelity prototype that you can interact with right here.
A software developer had an idea for an iOS app that would aggregate and filter social media feeds. One conversation later, TML presented a fully-ideated user interface mockup, including branding variations, user experience notes, and research.
A global peer-to-peer payments company looked to improve the functionality and appearance of their iOS app. TML provided interface designs that adhered to their detailed specifications.
A non-profit wanted their choose-your-own-adventure-themed annual report to attract their entire spectrum of stakeholders. TML designed a 30-page zine-sized “legit” booklet that was mailed to adults and youth.
A queer ladies’ kickball team requested an illustrated team jersey. The resulting design was suitable across all the team’s gear. 🔮✨
A local non-profit sought to update its image to attract more volunteers and donations. In addition to revamping its website, TML populated its online store with custom product designs the organization could run with.
A local bookstore owner needed some new merch. TML illustrated the shop's mascot--a strangely self-aware husky named Ramona--and threw it into a few mockups, including this tee.
A PhD candidate needed to present her highly technical project to industry leaders at a national conference. The final poster clearly communicated her ideas and professionalism while abiding strict presentation guidelines.
An independent business owner wanted to increase his brand visibility to grow his clientele. TML designed a postcard, which included a new logo and brand aesthetic, for distribution around his neighborhood.
Logos & Icons
Melissa’s needed distinct, human-friendly copy for the new packaging of their popular product. By sampling the products, TML was able to write unique, enticing blurbs for each of the 12 varieties.
The Executive Director of a non-profit needed a professional to design and write emails that would compel supporters to take action. In addition to writing the content, TML created and adapted custom-made graphics to the specifications of the organization’s CRM systems.
A nonprofit migrated their data to a new system, but their team wasn’t tech savvy. TML dove in, learned both systems in order to translate for the team, and drew up a handy guide.
An organization needed to create new content in their voice. TML conducted the necessary research and wrote an engaging, targeted blog post.
A startup needed a fresh, fun voice to get their expertise out there. With minimal direction, TML generated click-worthy content.
A thought leader ran out of time to think and needed to deliver an informed opinion for a post that would effect his reputation. TML did all the necessary research and writing for the prophetic think piece.
A retail fixture company required content snippets and clever taglines for their new product catalog. TML created abundant options.