Who We Are:
A culture of thinkers & makers…
CMorganelli Designs was founded in 2010 as a design company. 5 years later the landscape has changed dramatically—our industry has evolved, our clients’ businesses and their challenges have become more complex, consumer behavior has changed—and we have changed. Yet, 5 years ago CMorganelli Designs was started with the belief that intuitive and engaging consumer experiences will help move our clients’ businesses forward—and we still believe that today.
At our core, we are a culture of thinkers and makers. We aren’t just a production company that executes someone else’s vision. We develop insightful strategies rooted in consumer behavior and the digital space. We turn those insights and strategies into experiences consumers ultimately engage and interact with. The experiences we create are multi-platform, both on and offline, and, when working together, create the ultimate reflection of our client’s brand.
What We Do:
It’s simple. We are interested in you. The story you want to tell, the reasons you want to grow and the obstacles you’ve faced thus far. We want to learn where you want to go and help develop a killer plan to get there.
We view design, websites, applications, and marketing as ways to improve your business and better communicate your story. What we do best is listen first, and strategize second, approaching each new project with a fresh outlook.
What We Don’t Do:
Remain Silent: We do not believe the customer is always right. That doesn’t mean that we are disagreeable – but we will disagree if we feel it is in your best interest. At the end of the day, our clients maintain control over their project and, of course, have final say – but we are quick to speak up if we disagree. It’s why you hired us, right?
Create a Million Concepts: What we do, is create the best one. After we meet and determine the scope of a project and a strategy, we work to create the BEST concept. There can be multiple successful solutions to any one problem, so we will pitch a couple of rough ideas for approval and then develop the best concept.