The next color in our Design Tips: Color Themes series is our personal favorite; GREEN! Okay, maybe we’re a little bias, but there’s a good reason our Creative Director [Michael Mance] chose a monochromatic green color palette for Mance Creative. “Men tend to like cooler colors while women tend to like warmer colors. The color that they both agree on is green.” So, green was chosen to appeal to the widest possible audience. In addition to being equally eye-catching regardless of gender, green communicates balance, freshness, and innovation — All qualities we … Read More
Broadway is BACK with great new shows opening in November 2021!
Broadway San Diego’s 44th season continues their legacy of exciting lineups featuring new and classic favorites. Our team designed a marketing campaign to honor the occasion, paring royal reds, purples, and natural gold to highlight the brand’s core color palette, while using familiar theatre imagery and texture to remind viewers of the unforgettable in-person experience of seeing one of their shows on stage. This full page ad featured in Rage Monthly Magazine is one piece of their greater digital & print campaign. See more & learn about their upcoming … Read More
Did you know that the Pantone color of the year is Illuminating Yellow and Ultimate Gray? Yellow symbolizes happiness while Gray stands for strength and a solid foundation. These two colors combined give us the feeling of HOPE this year. Color has power and can be used in your branding strategies to evoke a certain mood, capture your audience’s attention, or show off your brand’s personality!
Simple color palettes are nice, but a more complex palette can add serious SPICE! Our team loves the muted tones found in this colorful collage of exotic spices. What makes it work? Warmed-up reds + greens (opposites on the color spectrum) harmonize with the sandy gold and beige, while cool gray adds both contrast and depth. Which color is your fav?
With very tight deadlines before its debut, Mance Creative quickly designed the logo, movie poster and custom website for “The Kitchenistas”, a brand new, documentary by award-winning filmmaker and executive producer Mary Ann Beyster. The feature film follows a Latina-led movement in National City, California, that seeks community transformation through food. Mance Creative is proud of our work on this project and the opportunity it gave us to be a part of such an amazing organization’s story. Learn more on their website for screening dates and locations!
At Mance Creative, we understand the importance of having an experienced and reliable graphic design firm on your side. We are here to listen, create, and execute your dream vision with the following tools:
BRAND CREATION + ACTIVATION
We believe in the power of brand identity! A well-crafted brand that reflects your values and emotionally connects with your clients goes a long way toward establishing your company’s position in the marketplace. For more than 20 years, Mance Creative has partnered with businesses both large and small to provide innovative solutions to help establish and grow their brand. Harness the power … Read More