Mom and Pop ShopPhone # Flourtown, PA 19031

PROFESSIONAL DESIGN FOR SMALL BUSINESS

Kolbedesign helps small businesses grow through high quality branding, print and web design.  We help our clients present themselves in a creative, professional and effective manner.

Our design process begins with a meeting (virtual or face to face) to define our client’s priorities and goals, current strengths and shortfalls, and existing and target customers.  Together we discuss ways to advertise what is working, improve what is lacking, and most importantly bring in new customers.  Once a strategy has been outlined, we head to the drafting board (and the Macs) and bring these ideas to life.  Whether we are developing a client’s brand or working within their existing identity, we take care to present products/services in a manner that will appeal to their purchasing audience and will represent the overall character of the business.  As the project progresses, we continue to work with our clients revising and developing ideas and designs until we reach the perfect solutions to the strategic goals we originally defined.

Contact us today to set up an initial meeting to discuss how we can help you reach your business’s goals!

 

Sean

Design and Development

Sean earned his degree in graphic design while also pursuing coursework in web design. He spent seven years working as a graphic designer at other companies before creating Kolbedesign. Sean follows a multitude of design resources and is constantly learning new techniques and implementing new technology to keep on the edge of the design industry.


Kate

Strategy and Design

Kate earned her degree in fashion design and has spent ten years working in retail management and office management. She has a creative eye and a mind for business. Kate stays on top of business and marketing trends by attending conferences and networking events, and through social media networking with other small business owners.

Sean & Kate met working together at an art supply store while still in college. They graduated, got “real” jobs and dreamt of one day creating their own business together.