For years, advertising firms have dealt with marketing from a two-dimensional mindset. Marketing materials and advertising spaces existed only on verbal and visual planes.Now, Right Angle has developed a new approach to marketing that reaches businesses and their customers on “touch” and “feel” levels. We’ve added environmental and cultural components to our service offerings – literally taking the process from 2D to 3D. We call this Dimensional Branding, and it’s a spherical approach to the way that the customer experiences a brand in an environmental sense (office space and points of contact) and a cultural sense (personnel and customer service).
A video introducing Project Front Yard to the Acadiana community is an award winner. The 30-second c..
Cheryl Taylor Bowie, owner/president of Right Angle, announces the addition of Sarah Spell as th..
Cheryl Taylor Bowie, president of Right Angle, announces the addition of Katie Broussard Falgout..
“Rebranding a city is a challenging task, but Right Angle's process helped make our transition a smooth one. We're proud of our new logo and winning an international design award (from a multi-national committee) was further proof of its success. This is a brand that will carry us well into the next century.” Joey Durel, City/Parish President, Lafayette, LA
“Choosing Right Angle has been a positive experience for both our company and our brand. I have noticed, that through this partnership, we have taken our internal creativity to the next level.” Kenny DesOrmeaux, CEO, Ecoserv
“Right Angle’s help with our new branding and website design has facilitated more business for the next four months than I have had in the last seven.” Danny Guilliot, Star Measurement