Bold & Pop : 2017: A Look at Our Year at Bold & Pop -- a Branding, Squarespace Web Design and Social Media Collective

The end of the year is always a time for reflect and all we have to say is oh, baby, has it been a year! A fun and exciting year for us here at Bold & Pop to be exact! We had the pleasure of working with so many clients that are not just amazing but also our ideal clients (WHOOPPPP!). Everything from web design to logo design to some pretty awesome social media campaigns. We did all the things this last year so we decided to do a nice little recap with some of our highlights from the year. 

You ready? Here we goooo! 

Bold & Pop : 2017: A Look at Our Year at Bold & Pop -- a Branding, Squarespace Web Design and Social Media Collective

Holy moly did we have fun pulling some of these numbers! Now to put some visuals to these numbers we also wanted to take the time to highlight some of our favorite projects of the year. Although this one was tough.. guys, we worked on SO many awesome ones! Here are a few of our favorite projects from 2017. 



Taylor Lee Paints

We LOVED this project, not only because Taylor is an artist that creates rad work, but also because the design was so fun! Think 90's retro, meets Los Angeles! Full of color and pattern!

Harlem EatUp! 

If there's one thing we love, it's eating so we could not wait to work on the web design for Harlem EatUp! which is a food festival in NYC led by celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson.

Life Aesthetics

Talk about inspirational! The founders of Life Aesthetics have been changing the lives of their clients through fitness and mindset coaching which truly left us inspired too!



Kelly McVeigh Events

Classic with a dash of a moody and dark color palette! Kelly was in the midst of rebranding her events business and we were honored to give her branding a fresh new look.

Dash of
Flair

Being apart of new chapters for biz owners is the BEST so we're so excited we got to help Dash of Flair rebrand and launch their own standalone ecommerce website.

Reinventing Cristy

We had so much fun with this design! A travel blogger for families, Christy wanted to capture a retro vibe with the logo for her blog with bold colors and a dash of sparkle.



Bold & Pop : 2017: A Look at Our Year at Bold & Pop -- a Branding, Squarespace Web Design and Social Media Collective
Bold & Pop : 2017: A Look at Our Year at Bold & Pop -- a Branding, Squarespace Web Design and Social Media Collective

We worked on some really fun influencer marketing campaigns for our social media clients! Influencer marketing has really changed the game in terms of public relations and social media marketing and we love helping our clients expand their reach. Something we worked on for our client Pixsweet was connecting with targeted influencers in the Los Angeles area to introduce them to their custom 3D ice pops. Another campaign we enjoyed working on was for a client in the fitness industry where we teamed up with influencers to do Instagram Story takeovers. For 24 hours, the influencers would share a look behind the scenes at their days on how they stay active and use the product.



As social media continues to become more visual, so do our strategies for clients! Visual cohesion is so important -- especially on Instagram -- so a service we offer for clients is creating styled photos. We also offer custom styling for photos for other projects like websites and collateral designs. It's one of our favorite parts of our social media strategies because we really get to bring our clients' brands to life. Here's a peek at some of the shots we took this year!

We've been so excited and interested to watch our business grow include the type of projects we've been getting from year-to-year. We mostly did website design in 2016 (which we didn't quite expect) but this year we had a lot more social media clients which we were really excited about. Now we can't wait to see what 2018 has in-store for us! 

P.S. Exciting news! We launched a free #BoldBossTribe Facebook Group and would love for you to join us! Come on over!

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