Safe Harbor Recovery Center

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We love helping clients establish their brand identity and giving back to our community. So, when a former colleague reached out to us for help with launching Safe Harbor Recovery Center, a peer-to-peer program, we jumped right in. The Center is a community resource that is open to anyone concerned with alcohol and drug addiction. It exists to foster recovery and empower individuals, families and the greater Seacoast region of New Hampshire.

The identity captures the essence of the peer-based support offered by Safe Harbor. The symbol of a school of fish represents the strength of traveling together to move forward.  “Support Runs Deep”, the tagline, reinforces the message of strength and community with a nod to the Seacoast, where the center is located.  Lastly, our font and color choices help to show the stability and bright future Safe Harbor provides with its services.

To connect with Safe Harbor Recovery Center, like them on Facebook.

Relaunching Rumbletree.com

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If you’re reading this, you’ve stumbled upon the new Rumbletree.com.

This overhaul gave us an opportunity to look inward at our agency—our services, our work and our culture— and ask ourselves how we could paint a more accurate picture of who we really are. To rebuild from scratch, with no preconceptions, was a liberating proposition for our creative team. We laughed. We cried. We coded. I couldn’t be happier with where it ended up, and we’re excited to share it with you.

We set a few basic goals when sketching out the new site. We wanted to convey our range of services better (what is a ‘full-service marketing agency’, exactly?), we wanted to share our work in a more expressive and interesting way, and we wanted to make it easier to communicate with our clients and fans. On top of that, it needed to be flexible, responsive across various screens and devices, and—perhaps most importantly—super simple.

So much of the work we do doesn’t fit in a tidy box. Brands grow up and roll out. Campaigns sprawl across traditional, digital and social media. We needed a more flexible mechanism for displaying our creative that better reflects the individuality of our campaigns. The result is a versatile, open-ended system in which each project page is custom, laid out by hand. We get to show more, and nothing is force fit. Our hope is that it will give you a better feel for the nuances of each campaign, and a better understanding of what we do.

You won’t find an archive of our work here—more of a curated list. To supplement this we’ll also be sharing our latest work on this blog on a regular basis, as well as press and other rumblings (like this one). Make sure to come back and see what’s new.

I hope you enjoy it,
Brian