A decade ago this month, the opportunity presented its self to invest my previous 20 years of agency, corporate and freelance experience into a new, independent venture … MLi Design. Initially the acronym for the company name began with my initials, but the concept was solidified when it was discovered it could double for the brand tag-line, “making lasting impressions.” Far more than a marketing cliché, the tag-line perfectly represented a key element I wanted to drive my design decisions for the company … a strong desire to create marketing that made people stop, notice and above all, remember! I’m writing to you today because you have been part of making this dream venture and ten years of consistent business possible. I owe you my most sincere appreciation and gratitude, and thank you from my whole heart!
Thailand Teach is a community based operation working with local Temple and High Schools in Thailand. They are a volunteer based school, welcoming individuals with English, art, music, theater, sports, swimming, medical and other various talents, that people are open to sharing with the children of their communities.
The colors are representative of the Thailand national flag; red, white and blue. At one time their flag had an image of the elephant on it. It was eventually simplified to horizontal red and blue bars. The elephant has been a cultural icon of Thailand since ancient days; they are renowned for their intelligence and memory which lends the image well as an icon for a Thailand school.
Created a new board on the MLi PINTEREST site, that some of you might enjoy.Check it out here!
Just launched the newly branded, designed and developed Web site for MLi’s newest client from Seattle, AdSeek Media Group.
The production team included: Content Strategist – Daniel Brockley, Web Developer – Thor Simpson and Creative Director – Mike Inks.
Visit the new AdSeek Web site at: http://adseekmediagroup.com
The newly redesigned MLi website was officially launched today! (MLi Design) One of the new features includes housing the MLi blog directly on the new site… Previously it was housed on a 3rd party site which forced visitors to leave our site if they wanted to view it. Another new feature we’ve added is the “questions & comments” form located on the Contact page. We wanted to make it as simple as possible for visitors to ask quick questions or provide direct feedback. Welcome to the new site! We’d greatly appreciate any feedback you might have and welcome you to visit periodically because the site has been designed specifically for implementing quick and frequent updates. Best Regards, Mike Inks