We don’t see you as you are. We see what you can become!

We are big-picture thinkers showing you the endless possibilities your brand can achieve.

We create Purpose-Driven brands

You need someone in your corner that can guide your brand in the right direction. Pushing your company towards its goals and continued success.

Wake Creative’s ultimate goal is to inspire you and guide to discovering your purpose. Showing you the endless possibilities your company can achieve as a purpose-driven brand.
Helping you create continued success.


This is how we help clients like you:

Brand Development

You already have a brand but it’s not communicating to your customers the way you want it to. We break apart your existing brand and rebuild it into the purpose-driven brand you envisioned.

Logo Design

Your logo is your first communication tool to the outside world. Customers will judge you instantly when they see your logo. Our approach to logo design is second-to-none.

We are your champion, advocate, supporter, and partner in your journey forward.

How can we help you create continued success as a purpose-driven brand?

Resources to build knowledge and awareness

How to talk to your target audience

What do you say when you have no idea where to start? How to talk to your target audience is often a sore spot with many of our clients. They want to be hands-on by creating their own content for their website, blog posts and marketing materials but the problem is...

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The Dos and Don’ts of Personal Branding for Athletes

It’s stories like this that really piss me off. I’m angry at Nike for being so shady. I’m angry at Kawhi for not doing his due diligence in protecting himself. In my mind, both parties are equally at fault. I just hope that Nike does the right thing and give Kawhi his...

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Why we start every new client project with their brand.

Long ago, we use to take on clients needing one-off projects like website design, brochure, advertisements, etc. As we completed each one-off project we knew we were not giving them exactly what they needed to succeed. The projects we created in those early years...

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