Boulder, Colorados OBLIQUE DESIGN Announces New Branding and Website

Boulder, Colorado (PRWEB) September 09, 2014

Oblique Design announced the launch of its company rebranding efforts and all-new website today. The Boulder-based advertising and marketing agency has been a facet of the local community for nearly thirteen years, and its recent look and logo upgrades boast a bold and streamlined European appeal.

Agency founder Janice Ferrante commented, We wanted to create something strikingsomething that would draw users in and tempt them to engage. Our team crafted a sleek, modern design aesthetic paired with highly engaging content to create an overall look and feel thats undeniably Oblique.

The brand overhaul began in early 2014 with the goal of a summer reveal, and the website officially went live on August 29 at Site functionality includes an interactive portfolio, before-and-after-style case studies, agency service descriptions, team bios, a frequently updated blog and personality-driven copy purposefully written for search engine optimization (SEO).

Oblique Design partnered with web developer Chad Phillips of New Vibe Web Design and Volume 9, an internet marketing and SEO firm to build usability best practices directly into the website. Ferrante continued, We want to give potential clients a picture of who we are and what were capable of from the second they start to scroll, and I definitely think we nailed it. I cant wait to see and hear peoples reactions to what we created.

About Oblique Design

Oblique Design is a Boulder-based advertising and marketing agency that specializes in branding, print and interactive design. Founded in 2002 by Janice Ferrante, the company now employs and partners with a growing number of designers, developers, copywriters, developers, UX experts and other industry professionals to offer unique ideas and real results to its domestic and international clientele. Learn more about Oblique Design at

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