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Opening New Doors for Opes Advisors

Looking to repo­si­tion itself in the finan­cial mar­ket­place, Opes Advisors came to Elixir for help shaping their brand and per­cep­tion via new mes­saging and a visual lan­guage. Opes is an inno­v­a­tive finan­cial advi­sory firm that inte­grates wealth man­age­ment and mort­gage ser­vices to help clients make better finan­cial deci­sions throughout their life­times. Its founders have insight from first-hand expe­ri­ence on how real estate is an essen­tial com­po­nent of good finan­cial health. Their exper­tise and life expe­ri­ences spurred them to build a com­pany of immense integrity and unprece­dented approach to finan­cial plan­ning, one that con­siders the impact of finan­cial deci­sions now and into the future.

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Joining the Beauty Army

Elixir was recruited to design the web­site for Beauty Army, a new sub­scrip­tion ser­vice of pre­mium sam­ples for the beauty obsessed. For just $12, mem­bers receive six sam­ples of makeup, hair– and skin­care prod­ucts, and more each month. What really sets Beauty Army apart is per­son­al­iza­tion — once you dis­cover your unique Beauty Profile you can hand select which sam­ples you’d like to receive or let Beauty Army’s team of renowned industry experts choose for you.

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New vistas for prAna


Elixir is excited to be working with prAna on their brand visual lan­guage, to be unveiled soon in all chan­nels: new web­site, retail graphics, pack­aging, and the company’s first direct-to-consumer cat­alog. The 17-year old brand, based in Vista, CA, is a long­time pur­veyor of apparel & acces­sories for yoga and climbing, as well as activewear — all with a bohemian bent.

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Refreshments

Elixir has com­pleted the first phase of revi­sions for sundancecatalog.com. Sweeping enhance­ments to the site’s global nav­i­ga­tion bring the spirit of Sundance cat­alog on line. Elixir also brain­stormed a new cre­ative direc­tion for the home and cat­e­gory pages, to be imple­mented down the prover­bial road.

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