The Branding Agency for Hudson Valley, NY
WE’RE A BOUTIQUE CREATIVE AGENCY THAT GETS WHAT YOUR BUSINESS NEEDS. TO GET NOTICED. TO GET GOING. AND TO KEEP GROWING.
Design-driven does not mean pretty pictures and colors. Design should not be confused with art. Good design solves problems first and foremost. It communicates complex messages in ways that resonate with audiences. It influences. By bringing together form and function, we create harmonious and intuitive journeys to enhance your audience’s experiences across all touchpoints as they explore your brand. From logo conception to website design and complete brand guidelines, we carefully craft every detail to ensure all pieces come together beautifully for the most authentic portrayal of your company and brand strategy.
Why do we focus on starts-ups and small to mid-sized companies?
We have so much respect and admiration for those who take the leap and start a business that they believe in. It takes guts, sacrifices, imagination and perseverance. We love working directly with entrepreneurs and decision-makers. Some of the best work we’ve done throughout our careers were for smaller businesses where the management team takes risks and is not tied down by red tape. With the strong belief that great work should not be prohibited by budget, we are fully dedicated to finding solutions which bring our clients’ visions to life within their budgets. We love being part of our clients’ growth and success. And when you succeed, we know we have made our partnership even stronger. What could be more rewarding than that?
At Influencive Branding “creativity” and “influence” come together to produce results that aren’t just beautiful but are strategic and grow your business. Design influences people and good design is good business.
Brand identity design
Signs and spaces
SEO & SEM
Print & direct mail
Experiences & tradeshows
1. You can stay in an historic medieval-style castle just 25 miles north of New York City. The Castle-on-Hudson luxury hotel, on a hilltop above the Hudson River in Tarrytown, was built in 1897 as a private home. The interior woodwork and furnishings were created by a team of artisan carpenters from Germany.
2. America’s famous Appalachian Trail, a section of which runs right past the Bear Mountain Trailside Museum & Wildlife Center, was actually started in the Hudson Valley.
3. Painter and illustrator Norman Rockwell lived in New Rochelle and used that town as inspiration for his artwork in The Saturday Evening Post.