Here at Pithy we offer design with a human touch. In a world of AI, we are becoming increasingly disconnected in a connected world. With us you’ll be dealing with real humans (although our clients have compared us to mythical magical creative wizards before) that won’t blind you with bullsh*t jargon but want to help you reach your people.
We like to keep things simple and to the point - hence our name - so we condensed our services into what we know best and work with carefully selected partners to fill any gaps. We want to help you create brands that say what they need to, but more importantly, enjoy the process of doing it.
Our word is our oath; there is nothing more frustrating than flaky people.
Communication is key: all great relationships are based on clear communication.
Time is a precious resource; let’s invest it wisely.
How we work.
Like all good things, we like to keep our process simple. In basic terms: we do some digging, then turn the information we collect plus whatever you provide into a plan that will speak to your customers, and then we put the plan into action.
The first step in our process is understanding the problem you're facing through dissecting your industry knowledge and target market, in addition to meticulous research, spreading the net wide in order to break the mould of what’s been done before.
Once we fully understand the problem, we can set to work on crafting a unique and engaging solution for you. This is where we pull all of the information from the previous stage and use it to develop an action plan of key elements that will deliver the results you need.
The final piece to this puzzle is bringing it all together in an elegant design solution that encapsulates your brand to a tee and resonates with your audience. The best part of this process is that you’re never kept out of the loop, and while it takes away the excitement of the big reveal, it does mean there are no nasty surprises along the way.
What people say.
"I was very impressed by their quick translation theory and time management."