Panabo City, Davao, Philippines

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Creative Problem Solver Since 2001

CreativeBlox is a multidisciplinary studio in the Philippines led by Rick Fernandez, an American Designer and Creative Director.

CBx has an extensive client list, including Nokia, Disney Store, Jeep, Mattel, and Neutrogena, and is involved in ongoing collaborative design projects with some of the best known brands in the world.

We have developed a process that ensures quality with every project. Your jobs are sent to a project manager but you always have access to the designers doing the actual work via email, Skype group chats and video conference. We also document your workflow and share in google docs so that we can train others when the need arises.

We provide:
• Fast turnaround, sometimes as little as 24 hrs on revisions
• Highly trained and talented designers
• Dedicated Project Managers
• Flat rates prices in print, packaging & imaging
• American Management on site
• We work in Dropbox so you always have access to your source files 24/7

Founded: 2001

Work Terms

TERMS. A 50% deposit is required at the start of a project. The final balance plus any client approved expenses are due upon completion prior to transfer of source files and copyrights. Without a deposit inquiries are treated as a request for quotation. Projects under $200 USD and all Rush Projects (5 work days or less) require 100% payment up front.

CANCELLATION. Should the client decide to cancel the project after work has started but prior to concepts presented, Creativeblox agrees to provide a list of hours worked and return any unused funds. If client cancels after approvals of initial concepts but prior to production of final art the entire deposit will serve as a kill fee and is non-refundable.

TYPOS & ERRORS. Client will provide all FINAL copy as word .doc at project start. Handwritten or scanned text will be rejected. We will make all efforts to review art for errors (clients and ours) but the final responsibility for proof reading belongs to the client.