Whitten Design is an advertising, design, marketing and web company located in Bend, Oregon. Whitten Design delivers high impact solutions for advertising, graphic design, marketing and the web. Using multiple technologies and media we help both emerging and leading companies maximize customer value and convert current and new relationships into quality assets. We drive commerce to your door.

We work with your market, your budget and your brain. We help you win the battle inside the boardroom. What’s more important, we help you win the battle on the street. Our creative solutions hurdle communication barriers and penetrate the minds and hearts of your customers—your relationships.

Our creative solutions are focused on helping market leaders achieve high growth rates that improve earnings and capture market share. For more than 30 years, Whitten Design has produced targeted communications for broad markets and industries. We craft solutions proven through years of experience to grab your customer’s attention. Our creative solutions are based on solid market research.

Our solutions are pragmatic, eccentric, highbrowed, they’re award winning or down to earth, in the end it’s all a matter of picking the best proven method for reaching your marketing goals. We know the best solution is the one that gives you an increased competitive edge. Take a closer look at our work; view our list of services and products. Contact us now. We’d be happy to submit a detailed response to your RFP.

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Social Media Walk a Mile In Our Creative Shoes

I'm Attractive • I'm Repulsive

I’m Attractive • I’m Repulsive

“We’re so attracted by extraordinary things that we don’t think about their cost — that they make you different from anyone else,”….

I know this article: Great Vacation? Don’t Brag to Your Friends by Jan Hoffman of the New York Times is all about a recent study published in Psychological Science; it details the Harvard University study “The Unforeseen Costs of [an] Extraordinary Experience”, but from a creative perspective I look at this a just roll my eyes. I mean this is what a creative career is, it’s taking ownership of the creative process; it’s a heavy burden because it’s an “extraordinary experience”. Let me explain.

As a creative person, especially in my early years, I was guilty of sharing my creative experiences with family and friends. I just couldn’t help it, it just bubbled out. If I could characterize their reaction it would be this, they would just roll their eyes and mostly walked away. So when I read this article I guess I’m just saying to myself, finally a new field of study, “Social Media”, is rediscovering the study of Creativity.

In closing I’ll be brief, and yes I’ll be hackneyed and trite. If you’re experiencing the stigma of sharing yourself in the Social Media sphere, please walk a mile in our creative shoes.

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