Grafik is a branding agency focused on helping clients develop authentic expressions of their value for customers. The company’s work fuels strategic storytelling with highly creative campaigns across all channels, and leads to richer, more memorable engagements. Founded in 1978, Grafik has a long history of working with clients in a wide variety of industries. Strategists, designers, developers, marketers, and technologists come to Grafik to collaborate with smart, passionate professionals and advance their careers.
“With technology, engagement, innovation, analytics, and metrics, there’s unbelievable opportunities to make brands meaningful, relevant, and really work,” says Lance Wain, Principal and President at Grafik.
And for Grafik employees, there’s no greater glory than crossing the threshold from vendor to partner and sitting at the table with clients as an integral member of their teams. Earning the respect to help client companies make successful and strategic brand defining decisions is definitely a celebrated epic moment—and a noteworthy collaboration of everyone, from innovative designers to expert brand specialists who are consistently bringing fresh ideas. Whether leveraging wearable technology or the Internet of Things, Grafik employees endlessly challenge the status quo to differentiate client brands in extremely inventive ways.
“We’ve certainly won our share of graphic design awards, but what’s even more gratifying is getting accolades from our clients and exceeding the goals we set with them,” states Johnny Vitorovich, Principal and Creative Director.
Fantastic people, amazing clients, and a passionate culture of creatives keep Grafik employees smiling, excited to get to work, and completely invested in the long haul. While Grafik teams get to originate and shape influential brands, they also get to share those monumental experiences with fun, caring co-workers while doing what they love.
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