meet s design

With effective design and copywriting, S Design has helped tell many stories, and in the process, created our own.


EMBARK: changing direction through rebranding

METRO Transit, the name and brand identity of the public transit system for the Oklahoma City metropolitan area, had become dated and misaligned with the organization’s initiatives to promote public transportation as a sustainable, safe and friendly travel option in our flourishing city. The leadership reached out to S Design to help with a rebrand […]

plico: rebranding for growth

PLICO supports and protects healthcare professionals and entities through a variety of products and services, most notably as a provider of medical professional liability insurance. Started in 1979 by Oklahoma physicians to insure their individual practices, the company has expanded prolifically over the last few years. PLICO now encompasses a multi-state region and offers services […]

Love Your Brand 2014

Valentine’s Day is  the perfect time to talk about loving and caring for your brand. But what exactly does that mean? Sure, creating and following your brand standards is important, as is being consistent, but really caring for your brand boils down treating your brand like a loving relationship. They say if you love something, […]

A New Logo for the St. Crispin’s

  For the past fifty years, the Episcopal Diocese of Oklahoma (EDO) has operated St. Crispin’s. What began as a small summer camp for Episcopal children has become an outreach effort to serve all of Oklahoma as both a camp and a conference center. In 2012, St. Crispin’s welcomed campers from Camp New Hope, an […]

Branding the State of Creativity Forum

Once a year over a thousand innovators, entrepreneurs, educators and students, policy makers, technology experts and trailblazers gather in the great state of Oklahoma for the State of Creativity Forum hosted by Creative Oklahoma. On November 19 the Civic Center Music Hall in Oklahoma City was filled to the brim with those dedicated to promoting […]


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