Bixler Communications Group is a full-service brand, marketing and creative agency based in San Francisco. Whatever the type or scale of initiative you’re looking to undertake, we can help you make it a smashing success.
A brand is much more than just a logo and tagline. It’s the complete story of who you are, what makes you unique and why your audience can’t afford to ignore what you have to say.
From logos to taglines, from visual styles to brand messaging, we work with you to identify your strengths, mitigate any challenges or disadvantages, and build and position your brand for maxium impact with the people most crucial to your success.
We like to think about marketing as the process of mobilizing your brand in the marketplace. Through both web-based and traditional programs, we create buzz, build communities and help you stay engaged with your audience over time.
For clients undertaking more complex marketing communications initiatives, we can develop an in-depth Marketing Roadmap that will help you evaluate and prioritize marketing initiatives, anticipate and measure business impact, and maximize your available resources.
The web has become the place where most people go to connect with businesses, media outlets, and other groups and individuals of interest. How users experience your online presence shapes their impression of you and the perceived value of the products, services or knowledge you have to offer.
Across all online assets, we strive for the perfect combination of searchability, brand impact, intuitive user interface design and valuable, action-oriented content.
While many organizations have embraced the web as their primary medium of communication, print design is still alive and well. It can play a significant role in any compreshensive marketing strategy.
Whether the end product is a PDF or a physically printed piece, our meticulous approach to writing, designing, producing and distributing print assets will help you establish enduring connections with your audience wherever electronic devices aren't the only medium.