In an electronically-driven marketplace, visual design is vital to successful brands. Whether a logo, a website, or an application, your design should set you apart from the rest.
what we believe

Your design matters. A lot.

We believe in the power of great, functional design. We're a shop of pragmatists, and we believe that service to our clients means understanding their needs and goals in order to achieve the most useful visual designs. For example—a beautiful logo that's not in step with a company's business goals means very little. We aren't interested in creating things simply to show off to our peers. We're interested in designing for your business success. 

"The first impression we get, and the most important moment of interaction, comes almost entirely from a brand's visual design."

– Charlie Pratt, Creative Director
how we go about it

First, listen and learn. Then we build.

Our beliefs about design require us to set aside our creative egos at regular intervals. This is a challenge for almost all creatives, but we believe it's crucial. At Fox and Cotton, we make a point to listen and remain curious. We purposefully challenge our own perceptions and tendencies to try and create products that companies can own and exploit for their own success. 
We listen closely to your needs, to identify the business challenges.
We dive even deeper, to establish goals and a creative direction.
We begin to build, anchored by a deeper understanding and strategy.

"We are design pragmatists. We don't really care about our portfolio—we care about building real business success."

– Charlie Pratt, Creative Director

We are not a chop-shop.

We believe in the concept of "measure twice, cut once." In other words, doing something right is more important than doing it at breakneck speed. We believe our process leads to the best results, which is our constant goal. What does this mean for you? It means we are not a volume-based, bottom-dollar business. We hand-select our clientele, and pay close attention not only to the business needs at hand, but also the character and business ethics of our customers. In the end, we're looking for great clients as much as our clients are looking for great services.

Let's start a project.