Bright Bright Great

4131 W Belmont Ave D, Chicago, IL 60641

Phone: 773-647-1034

Website: https://brightbrightgreat.com/

Founded: 2007

Owner: Amy and Jason Schwartz

Top clients: Nike, Lucasfilm, Crayola, McDonalds, Cards Against Humanity, Orbitz, Argo Tea.

Expertise: Interactive design, web design, interface design, digital strategy, interactive marketing, social media.

 

Company Description 

With over ten years in business, Bright Bright Great subscribes to the “10 Principles of Good Design,” established by famous industrial designer Dieter Rams. In Rams’ point of view, good design:

  1. … is innovative. If it’s been done before, why do it at all? Always push boundaries. 
  2. … makes a useful product. The use of the product comes first, before any other considerations.
  3. … is aesthetic. There’s more to life than function. Beauty makes a difference and moves consumer behavior.
  4. … makes a product understandable. The goal is not to be smarter than the customer; there is no extra credit for a confusing product.
  1. … is unobtrusive. While the product or experience may command attention, the hand of the designer goes unnoticed.
  2. … is honest. No attempt is made to manipulate the customer into believing the product is something that it is not.
  3. … is as little design as possible. A less-is-more approach puts the focus where it belongs—on the essential functions of the product.
  4. … is long-lasting. Forget fads—good design looks for the classic and enduring.
  5. … is thorough down to the last detail. Design is an opportunity to remove chance from the equation and focus on accuracy.
  6. … is environmentally friendly. That means minimal visual or physical pollution in the creation of the product or anywhere in its lifecycle.

Repurposing this philosophy out of industrial design and into digital marketing is one of many innovations that have shaped BBG into a force to be reckoned with in the marketing space.

Focus Areas

In keeping with their 10-point philosophy, Bright Bright Great see themselves as designers first. Their marketing strategies spring from a dedication to design as the first, best way to strengthen a brand.

A design-centric approach to marketing involves three project phases:

 

  • Learn. Gather data, identify problems to solve, and build brands through branding strategy, research, analytics, UX design, and brand positioning.

 

 

  • Make. Create innovative digital experiences with big visual impact through expert art direction, UI design, front-end development, photography, and videography.

 

 

  • Sell. Develop a strong message to create customer engagement through marketing campaign creation, including email marketing, SEO, social media marketing, and more.

 

 

  • Do It Again. Once a growth strategy is in place and working, it’s a matter of rinse-repeat. There’s no limit to the scalability of most organizations through effective marketing and design.

 

Services Provided

  • Research
  • Brand Positioning
  • Brand Audit 
  • Functionality Audit 
  • User Experience Design (UX) 
  • Analytics 
  • Brand Strategy
  • Brand Development 
  • Art Direction
  • User Interface Design (UI)
  • Photography
  • Videography 
  • Illustration
  • 3D Rendering 
  • Front-End Development
  • API Integration
  • Data Migration 
  • Back-End Development 
  • Motion Graphics 
  • Copywriting 
  • Brand Identity 
  • Print
  • Typography 
  • Design 
  • Back-End 
  • E-commerce
  • Product Messaging 
  • Search Engine Optimization
  • Brand Messaging
  • Marketing
  • Account Management 
  • Campaign Creation
  • Paid Advertising
  • Social Media
  • Customer Engagement 
  • Email Marketing 
  • Social Reporting
  • Brand Marketing

Notable Clients

  • Nike
  • Lucasfilm
  • Crayola
  • McDonalds
  • Cards Against Humanity
  • Orbitz
  • Argo Tea

Why Work with Bright Bright Great

BBG is a good choice for organizations that want to develop and position their brand for maximum customer engagement, particularly brands looking to make a strong visual impact in their digital experiences. This company is driven by innovation and aesthetics. They strive to make experiences that are as beautiful as they are functional. It’s a go-big-or-go-home approach best tailored to ambitious brands that swing for the fences—which is why Nike, Lucasfilm, and Orbitz have trusted BBG with their branding and messaging. 

BBG also partners with companies that know that the work of brand positioning is ongoing. Today’s strategy might not be the same as tomorrow’s strategy, and long-term success requires agility and constant reevaluation. It’s an ideal partnership for companies that envision an ongoing, evolving relationship with their chosen marketing professionals.

 

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