Communicate simply and create good design through collaboration.
Carly Hall-Scott holds a BFA in graphic design from the consistently top-rated
Rhode Island School of Design. She is a strategic designer and art director with
a passion for story-telling and a focus on branded experiences. Carly originally
hails from the east coast, having started her career in New York, but currently
resides with her husband in a little red house in the bay area. They have two
kittens, an old-school piano, and a vibrant lemon tree. She is a creative for hire.
- brand strategy & developement
- identities, visual systems
- product/photo shoot styling
- complex messaging
- retail windows & environments
- visual merchandising
- creative concepting
- on-site creative direction
- location scouting
- the power weekend: revitalize of any space
crazy fast and with impressive impact
past clients include individuals, small businesses & large multi-national corporations:
Gap- San Francisco
Gap Kids- San Francisco
Method- San Francisco
Ideo, Open Table- San Fancisco
Sephora- San Francisco
Banana Republic- San Francisco
Turner Duckworth- San Francisco
Bay Area Bike Coalition- San Francisco
Interbrand- San Francisco
Limited Brands (Think Tank)- New York, New York
AR Media- New York, New York
KraftWorks- New York, New York
WKP Advertising- New York, New York
Let's keep things simple. Good design is a collaboration. First we talk about your business and exchange ideas, then we think and generate solutions, and next we start creating. This is the ongoing cycle that guides the entire process, from day one until to delivery. Good work should make sense. A great concept isn't so great if your audience doesn't get it. It should educate, inform, tell a story. In short, clear, clean, simple, better communication. For large projects Carly can count on her large network of designers, stylists, architects, programmers and strategists to push each project to the fullest. Members of her team has been working together successfully since 2004.
Pricing is customized per project and considers our rates as well as the client's budget. In general, a project is quoted as a flat fee that includes three rounds of creative development and final deliverable edits. Some clients prefer projects to be billable by the hour and we have worked successfully that way as well.
Special thanks to Aaron Baum, the ultimate website side-kick, and the BR Online-Studio team for taking all photos in the about and contact sections, originally used for the BR 2010 Spring Campaign featuring BR designers, stylists, and marketers!
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