Ravenshire Works is a small but mighty creative agency that specializes in bringing dreams to life. We’re talking full-on fairy-tale magic here. But hey, we’re not gonna pretend that we’re all buttoned-up, serious business people all the time. Sometimes we do just wing it. And that’s okay. Because ultimately, we believe that great work comes from embracing both structure and spontaneity.
Our Philosophy: Creativity with a Conscience
At Ravenshire Works, we don’t just want to make pretty things; we want to make meaningful things. We believe that creativity should have a purpose, and that purpose should be rooted in empathy and compassion for others. We call this our “creativity with a conscience” philosophy. It means that we strive to create work that not only looks great but also does good in the world.
Meet the Team: A Bunch of Weirdos (In the Best Way)
In order to bring this philosophy to life, we’ve assembled a team of eccentric geniuses. We’re talking designers, developers, writers, and strategists who are all passionate about making a difference. But don’t get us wrong; we’re also a bunch of goofballs who aren’t afraid to crack a joke or two (or twenty). Our office is a place where creativity thrives, and that includes the occasional nerf gun battle or dance party.
Our Services: From Branding to Website Design
We may be a small agency, but we pack a big punch. Our services include everything from branding and logo design to website development and digital marketing. We’ve been lucky enough to work with some amazing clients over the years, from small startups to large nonprofits. But regardless of the size of the project, we always bring the same level of care and attention to detail.
Our Process: Structure and Spontaneity
Our approach to projects is a blend of structure and spontaneity. We believe that having a solid plan in place is essential, but we also recognize the value of being agile and adaptable. Sometimes the best ideas come from spontaneous bursts of creativity, and we don’t want to stifle that by being too rigid in our processes.
That being said, we do have a general framework that we follow for each project. It goes something like this:
- Discovery phase: We meet with the client to learn more about their brand or organization, their goals, and their audience.
- Strategy phase: We develop a plan that outlines our approach, including timelines, deliverables, and budgets.
- Creative phase: This is where the magic happens. We brainstorm ideas, refine concepts, and start bringing the project to life.
- Review phase: We share our work with the client and incorporate their feedback into the final product.
- Launch phase: The big reveal! We launch the project and celebrate with a virtual high-five (or an actual high-five, depending on the circumstances).
Of course, this process is adaptable depending on the project and the client’s needs. But overall, it’s a framework that has served us well.
Recent Projects: Making a Difference with Design
One of the things we love most about our work is the opportunity to partner with organizations that are doing good in the world. Here are a few recent projects that we’re particularly proud of:
Project 1: Helping a Nonprofit Tell their Story
Our client, a local nonprofit that provides support to families in need, approached us with a challenge. They had a compelling story to tell, but their existing website wasn’t effectively communicating their mission. We worked with them to revamp their branding and redesign their website, creating a more compelling narrative that spoke directly to their audience. The result? Increased donations and a stronger connection to the community.
Project 2: Bringing a Startup to Life
We had the privilege of working with a group of young entrepreneurs who were launching a new tech startup. They had a great idea but needed help bringing it to life. We worked with them to develop their branding, create a user-friendly website, and launch their product. It was a whirlwind project, but the end result was a thrilled client and a successful launch.
Project 3: Helping an Artist Connect with Fans
We worked with a local artist who was looking to build a stronger connection with her fans. We helped her create a brand identity that felt true to her work and developed a website that showcased her art in a compelling way. The website now serves as a hub for her fans, providing access to her latest work and enabling her to build a stronger community around her art.
The Future of Ravenshire Works: Where We’re Headed Next
We’re not content to rest on our laurels. We’re always looking for ways to evolve and grow, both as individuals and as a company. Here are a few things we’re working on for the future:
Expansion into New Markets
While we love working with our local community, we’re also exploring opportunities to expand into new markets. We believe that our creativity with a conscience philosophy has the potential to impact even more people and organizations.
Investment in Emerging Technologies
As a tech-focused agency, we’re always keeping an eye on emerging technologies. We’re excited about the potential of AI, VR, and AR to transform the way we approach design and development.
Continued Focus on Diversity and Inclusion
We believe that creativity flourishes in diverse environments. That’s why we’re committed to continuing our efforts to build a team that is inclusive of people from all backgrounds and walks of life.
Conclusion: Why We Love What We Do
At Ravenshire Works, we’re passionate about what we do. We believe that creativity has the power to change the world, and we’re committed to using our talents to create work that makes a difference. But we also believe that humor and spontaneity are essential ingredients in the creative process. We’re a little bit weird, a little bit wild, and a whole lot of fun. And that’s just the way we like it.
Table – Pricing for Some of Our Services
List – Our Favorite Office Pranks
- Switching the coffee with decaf (cue the collective gasp of horror).
- Covering someone’s desk with sticky notes (bonus points if you spell out a message with them).
- Sending out a fake company-wide email announcing a new dress code (cue the groans and eye rolls).
- Filling someone’s office with balloons (extra points for using pink and purple balloons).
- Replacing someone’s computer mouse with a potato (hey, it’s better than a real mouse).
 The Creativity with a Conscience Philosophy by Ravenshire Works. (2021, May 03). Retrieved September 27, 2021, from https://www.ravenshireworks.com/philosophy
 Ravenshire Works – A Creative Agency That Makes Magic Happen. (n.d.). Retrieved September 27, 2021, from https://www.goodfirms.co/company/ravenshire-works
 Servantez, J. (2019, October 23). 15 Fun Office Pranks to Play on Your Coworkers. Retrieved September 27, 2021, from https://www.snacknation.com/blog/office-pranks/