We've produced many types of presentations for our clients including
educational programs, commercials, documentaries, business marketing, training, fundraising, etc.
Some of our past clients include: American Airlines, Ann Taylor, Chanel, Coors Brewing Company, ESPN, Kawasaki Electronics, Levi Strauss, Macy's, MTV Networks, Polo, Toshiba, USA Network, Xerox.
We've been successful helping our clients to achieve their goals because of our clearly-defined strategy which utilizes the power of the medium to communicate messages effectively. Our philosophy: challenging our clients to examine who they are, understand their audience and to formulate their message in a style that communicates powerfully.
We are marketing consultants as much as we are writers and producers.
Our target market is business people who work in the areas of marketing and advertising. Generally, they are educated, hard-working and motivated by all of the rewards of being successful in business. They want to hire and work with companies such as ours who present themselves as reliable and stable and yet innovative and dynamic. We want them to know that if they hire us, we'll do an outstanding job on their program. This will make them look good and contribute to the success of their business and/or their careers.
The Logo should include the words: Mumbleypeg Productions
and should be simple, clean and bold and communicate the following:
Professional but willing to take risks
Reliable but not predictable
Caring but not complacent
Dynamic but not too quirky
Simple text without an icon could be fine, if done properly.
The name Mumbleypeg comes from a child's game played with a knife; the object of the game being to flip the knife into the ground.
As a name of a video production and communications company, there are certain metaphors that translate to the theme of our work, including:
playfulness, challenge, skill, risk, creativity, and hitting your target. That being said, imagery with knives is not something we want for obvious reasons. Generally speaking, we're not looking for a literal visual translation.
We prefer not to have a design that splits the name in two, ie: MUMBLEYpeg. Also, no upside-down or reversed letters and no heavy shadowing or too much of any other effect.