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Breo Design is a marketing agency, based in the United States, which provides online services to individual clients and large-scale companies in all three major areas of commerce marketing. These three channels consist of web, print as well as television/broadcast design. By utilizing all 3 mediums, Breo Design can provide our clients a broader range of marketing options and the opportunity to target a larger consumer audience. Communication that fully represents your vision is our priority. Which is why we offer high-impact branding techniques that follow either traditional design, contemporary design or an eye pleasing mixture of both. We will then tailor the design to fit your specific and exact requirements. This method of direct conceptual design gives you the opportunity to transform and expand your business into a strong and reliable identity that fits both your budget and your time. Our extensive portfolio is available on our website (http://www.breodesign.com) for your r

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AccessAcrobatAdobe DreamweaverAdvertisingASPASP.NETBrochuresCCd CoversChroma KeycnmCSSDatabase DevelopmentDesignExcelFireworksFlashFrontpageGraphic DesignGraphicsHTMLHTTPIllustrationImagereadyIndesignJavaMacintoshMarketingMicrosoftNewslettersPHPPickPowerpointQuark XpressSalesSQLTelevisionTemplatesUnixWeb Development

55 Reviews for This Service

  • Stephen_Cohen says,

    We were very satisfied with the quality of work, the response time and the professionalism

    for Website Re-Design on Nov 07, 2008

  • Bill_Cuevas says,

    Kody is the best! He is very precise and extremely organized. I always enjoy working with him. He is always professional and hardworking. I never have to ask him to redo any design work. He always asks the right questions when I am lacking the description of what I am looking for. He will hold your hand for the inexperienced entrepreneurs. He is very creative and a joy to work with! Thank you Kody!!

    for Emporium Site Design on Jun 20, 2007

  • Scott_Graham5 says,

    The finished website is geeat. The communcation was fantastic. I'm very happy with Tate Marketing Solutions.

    for Need 6 page website on Jun 04, 2007

  • Troy_Trumm says,

    My project is nearing completion. Changes have been made quickly. There have been a couple of miscommunications but they were corrected swiftly. Their platform and system for handling changes and correspondence is great for tracking the work and requests.

    for Minor Redesign of Website on Jun 02, 2007

  • Audrey_Harze1 says,

    When I first awarded this contract to Tate, I was really looking forward to working with them. I had reviewed their portfolio and discussed my requirements with them so I felt fairly confident this project would be quite successful. Good: 1. The interactive dashboard they provided (and Skype) was extremely helpful in keeping track of the various elements of this project and for communication. They were available whenever I needed them and provided feedback/revisions quickly. 2. Although I only requested 2-3 mocks for the creative design phase they provided many many more and also went above and beyond in terms of revisions on nailing down the layout. 3. Great communication with the project lead, Kody. Needs improvement: 1. Although requested in my original proposal, they are not a HIGHLY creative shop. They can provide some good looking designs however the creative flare we needed for this project missed the mark. 2. The coding was horrendous. We specified our requirements in our project brief so I was surprised this occurred. I realized this after we received the files and started integrating on our server. It was tables upon tables upon tables - little use of CSS beyond the basic functions - this again goes back to best practices. I think overall Tate would be a good shop to work with for a BASIC site design. They do put in 110% however I do not feel they are able to design/develop more complex solutions.

    for Website redesign on May 28, 2007

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