(CHICAGO,IL, July 31, 2013) – After a refreshing break, recharge and spark of growth, the boutique digital advertising and marketing agency, Fresh Design Studio, reignites their business with a fresh new launch.
Once a firm of three people, Fresh Design Studio (FDS) boldly strides into the realm of big data with a brand new look. The agency has added new search features, a weekly blog and a 100% responsive web interface suitable for smart phones and tablets. Creative Director Anson Wu expresses his excitement about the new website, “It’s good to practice what you preach.” Wu prides his firm in providing intuitive design and fresh creative perspectives for various industries. Marcus McGlory, Director of New Business Development, is enthusiastic about the website, “From a programming aspect, the world is leaning toward a more realistic exchange between real life and virtual connections. For us at FDS, we believe we should be in the flow and also leading the charge with the new technologies that are being presented. It’s our mission to recognize how they can be used for our clients in the most efficient and profitable ways.”
Conveniently located in the Monadnock building on Jackson Boulevard and Dearborn Street, neighbors have flocked to FDS for their design and web development needs. FDS is one of the agencies igniting this service for businesses locally, regionally and overseas. After taking clients such as West Coast Defender, American Medical Spa and University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, Art Director Nana Freduah comments on client interaction, saying, “With the emergence of mobile as a major strategy for our clients, we have learned how to engage users in a modern and forward thinking way.” It is only a matter of months until all competitive websites have mobile capability.
The agency intends to attract more clients and talent during their re-launch and has already expanded their business by eight designers and analysts. Recent partnerships with Chicago-based organizations have helped FDS carve their name in the competitive market. Good luck to the boutique agency as they refresh and soar into the Fall 2013 season.