Our founder cut his teeth working for advertising agencies in Los Angeles. From a single ad to a full multi-media advertising campaign–we love creating a headline and message that is fun, unique and talks to your market. View our portfolio here.
Our first client was a magazine, so long documents such as books, catalogs, directories, newsletters and magazines are second nature to us. We have created an annual 65+ page business directory for Inland Northwest Business Alliance, course catalogs and hardbound books.
We design with a marketing point of view, a quality we inherited from our advertising background. Graphic design projects include logos, stationery packages, brochures, posters, banners, arena and airport dioramas, building and corporate signage–if we haven’t listed the design project you’re looking for–ask us–we’ve probably worked on one in the past.
Our talented designer is also a fantastic illustrator who draws by hand with pen and ink then adding color and finishing using techniques with digital software. Photo collage compositions are also a snap! View our work here!
We take the mystery out of where your advertising should be placed. If you don’t have an advertising media budget, we can develop one for you. We will reserve your ad space and make sure your art files are sent to the media publication on time.
The advantage of using Thinking Cap to buy your media is that we will check that each ad runs on the right date and the print quality is acceptable. If the print quality or run date is not correct we advocate for a media “make good” for you. Instead of multiple invoices from multiple media publications, you’ll receive one invoice from us with a listing of your monthly ad insertions, ad size and cost.
Thinking Cap provides association management, membership management, marketing, and communication services to both Inland Northwest Business Alliance (INBA) and Washington State Psychological Association (WSPA). For WSPA, we provide event planning for their CE workshops and conventions, and represent the association at national American Psychological Association conferences in Washington D.C. and Denver.