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Group T Design

Washington, D.C., Washington, D.C., USA

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Group T Design logo
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Group T Design

Washington, D.C., Washington, D.C., USA

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Group T Design has international experience in creating category-defining brands that stand out and stand apart. We’re known for working directly with our clients – without layers or levels as in typical agencies. Direct communication is our business, and we practice it ourselves

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Zachary Lang

25 February 2019

I had the pleasure of working with Tom on creating a logo for my company as well as designing the packing for one of my products and his work is outstanding. He is very easy to work with and is an even better designer. He is willing to work one on one with you to produce amazing results and is enthusiastic about what he does as well as being incredibly talented. I would highly recommend him for any and all design projects. More...

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Tony Rife

26 May 2018

Tom and I have worked on marketing and communication projects for over 20 years together. He's one of the most talented designers I have ever been associated with.

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Austin Rife

26 May 2018

Tom is a pleasure to work with and a great partner. . He has a masterful way of fusing creativity on the front end while producing print-ready work on the production side, which is an uncommon thing in today's digital world of design.

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A Google User

13 January 2009

MarketiQ partners exclusively with Group T Design for our client's logo, corporate identity, print and graphic design needs. As internet marketing consultants it is important a client's creatives convert prospects into customers. Group T Design understands the customer variable and delivers beautiful and effective designs time and time again. We definite recommend the designers at Group T Design. More...

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There is a lot that goes into a well-executed design process, but we can provide some basic insight. Once we have an agreement in place, the project will start with a discovery phase. In the discovery phase we invest a lot of time learning about the client, their goals, and their competitive landscape. From our research we’ll work with the client to create a design brief that aligns expectations and creates some measurable goals. Most importantly, we’ll distill and define key traits that the design needs to communicate.

After the discovery phase we’ll begin our first design round. We’ll work towards one solution and put our energy into fully exploring it. Sometimes we’ll discuss concepts with the client before we execute the design, but most of the time our discovery phase lays a pretty clear path for us. We’ll create a presentation for the client that breaks down what we’ve created, justifies our decisions, and shows how the design functions in various settings and applications.

Sometimes we’ll hit the nail on the head and move straight to preparing the artwork for usage, but usually we’ll gather feedback from the client after the first round. We’ll discuss with the client how the design fits within our design strategy and which directions it needs to be pushed. If all parties communicate effectively throughout the process, the second round should be the final one, and if anything needs to be tweaked beyond that it’s usually pretty minor.