Studiothink created the following brand touchpoints for Ryan Douglas.
> Brand Strategy
> Logo Design
> UX Design
> Website Development
> Stationery Design
> Optimized Copywriting
> Photography Strategy
Cannabis takes root.
Ryan Douglas is a man passionate about an industry shrouded in illegalities. However, he never let that stop him, and as governments began permitting medical cannabis cultivation, he began transitioning his skills in controlled environment agriculture and horticulture to this new industry. He eventually landed a job as Master Grower for Tweed Inc. in Ontario, Canada, which under his guidance became the largest licensed producer of medical cannabis in the world. When he branched out as an independent consultant and approached Studiothink, he was in need of a brand that would show the world he was serious.
Bringing professionalism to the forefront.
When seeking out a new name for his consultancy, we settled on using his own name, allowing him to expand his reputation as an industry expert. Our goal with the brand was to show that he was running a professional, reputable and legal company. In order to do that, we needed to distinguish him from other shady marijuana websites to create an online presence that was solid, transparent and high-end. His international clientele needed to see that he was experienced and talented, and that he was keen on working with legitimate sources to create profitable enterprises. Although the cannibas industry is newly legalized, when talking with Ryan, his passion about the benefits of this plant was obvious. Studiothink brought that passion to life in a way that showcased Ryan's accomplishments and professionalism.
“I came to Studiothink in need of a new image. They immediately offered seasoned advice and patiently walked me through the entire process while giving me plenty of options to chose from along the way. As a result, I’ve received international attention and increased business opportunities thanks to the professional website and marketing materials they created for my business.”