Douglas P. Clement of Passport Magazine, which is focused on Fine Living in Litchfield County, The Berkshires, Dutchess County and Beyond, recently sat down with Studio Two’s creative director Kevin Sprague. The interview takes a look at what it takes to be “a strategic marketing consultant who works with organizations to create compelling methods of communicating, defining, and…Details
We recently took time for a leisurely staff outing at Wheatleigh – an annual tradition at the holidays where we celebrate our success and teamwork. The library at Wheatleigh is a wonderful experience that I highly recommend to anyone who visits or lives in the Berkshires – the prices are reasonable, the menu fantastic and…Details
I recently returned from a 5 day trip to Miami – a trip that coincided with Art Basel and Design Miami – but was primarily about exploring the possibilities of a new market. After 17 years in the Berkshires we’re spreading our wings and 2012 should find us with a foundation presence in Miami. So…Details
Smart phones are everywhere and with them comes a growing library of apps to do almost anything you can imagine. As a business owner with limited amounts of time and lots of places to be, these apps can really come in handy for staying on top of all of your tasks. Studio Two has put together a list of 5 apps to help you stay connected and improve productivity from anywhere.
What it does: Square gives you the power of your cash register on the go. A small device that hooks into your phone allows you to easily swipe credit cards, sell your merchandise, or accept donations from anywhere.
Cost: Free app (with paid account)Details
You will find the name Carl Sprague, brother of Studio Two’s creative director Kevin Sprague, in the pages of this months Wallpaper Magazine along with his set design for the avant-garde fashion label Miu Miu. Carl, who is known for his production design and art direction in The Royal Tenenbaums, Moonrise Kingdon, The Social Network,…Details
Long time Studio Two client, and very important non profit, Charley’s fund recently appeared on MSNBC with Martin Bashir to talk about a very special day. Studio Two created and maintains the Charley’s Fund website and also worked with them to help launch their most recent campaign in honor of Charley’s 11th birthday on 11-11-11. With…Details
Here at Studio Two we’re contemplating a big step into a new, urban market – potentially opening a satellite office for starters, seeking out new clients and ideas, and forming relationships with talented people. Its a big undertaking that presents a host of challenges as well as opportunities – and we’re doing this during a…Details
Branding and design are fundamentally deadline-driven – although in a perfect world we would like to be able to all be so far ahead of the curve that the ticking clock wasn’t a driver, in reality there’s nothing like a deadline to motivate decision-making. Our work is also often looked at as subjective – as…Details
This image is a chalkboard at Barrington Coffee Roasting Company that represents a tiny slice of the vast knowledge, experience and passion that our client has for their product. What a telling image! Most of us think of coffee as something to look forward to in the morning, a warm, aromatic pick-me-up. Of course the…Details
Studio Two has collaborated with Charley’s Fund, a non profit dedicated to the fight against Duchenne muscular dystrophy, to launch a very special birthday page. Charley Seckler will celebrate his 11th birthday on 11-11-11 this year, in honor of that we have launched a special birthday campaign dedicated to donations and awareness that will help…Details