This year, a lot of companies woke up to what we already knew: virtual work…works. We at M3D already understood how to properly structure our teams, choose the right collaborative tools, and identify contributors who thrive in changing conditions. That’s why we were prepared for the disruption we’ve all experienced.
Brand identity – from rebranding to creating a new identity from scratch – is indispensable to a company’s bottom line. Our client Deshler Group understood this and trusted us with rebranding efforts for all of their affiliate companies.
Recently, Crain’s Detroit Business featured Deshler’s standout innovation story
Mac Galleries, a beloved art and framing business, is expanding its retail space and digital services in Detroit’s Live 6 neighborhood. We designed their new flagship gallery space in addition to creating new branding, building a website landing page for news and updates, and planning for a custom visualizer app.
This month, M3D CEO Melissa Halpin joined fellow Goldman Sachs 10,ooo Small Businesses program alumni in Washington, D.C. for the 10,000 Small Businesses Summit: The Big Power of Small Business. Melissa discussed ideas for business growth with her business creator peers from around the country
A little bit Gatsby, a fair measure of Tom Wolfe, and a load of fabulous Detroiters: that was the 2016 Dîner en Blanc. We had a marvelous time helping fill Palmer Park with laughter and libations.
At last, this gorgeous film gets its premiere. Five Nights in Maine is now playing in theaters and available on demand. We’re grateful we had the opportunity to raise awareness about Maris Curran’s profound meditation on love and loss. Congratulations to the entire team – and here’s to more women directors getting to share their art.
One of our favorite things about opening our Detroit studio is having the space to bring new voices into the conversation. As soon as we started filling our suite at Saint Vincent Corktown, we decided to offer internships to local students. The talent pool here is undeniably deep, with spirited, experienced creatives at every turn. It’s definitely an exciting time to be in Detroit.