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Customer success stories
How does a small design team handle the brand marketing collateral for a fast-growing tech company with 18 locations across 10 countries? We talked to Jessica Birenz, Director of Project Management, and Alex Felsenstein, Associate Creative Director, to find out how brand templating — via customizable content and lockable templates — helps them manage a profusion of creative requests.
Ann Brown at LeadPages™ turned to Lucidpress when she was asked to start a company newsletter. Relieved at its simple interface and adaptability, Ann and her team soon completed the first issue. She couldn't have predicted the overwhelmingly positive response that followed.
What do you do when the very logo and colors that make up your brand are misused on a daily basis? Mary Cox, Marketing Director of Reinhart, turned to Lucidpress. Relieved she no longer had to play the role of brand police to her agents and brokers, Mary was amazed to find brand management could be so easy.
Stuck in a whirlwind of rogue collateral and small edit requests, Chestnut’s managing graphic designer was beyond bogged down. See what happened when he enlisted the help of Lucidpress templates.
The National Association of Home Builders
Representing over 140,000 members, the NAHB utilized Lucidpress to provide both the customization and brand consistency they desperately needed at such a mass level.
Western Colorado University
Torn between larger strategic initiatives and smaller design requests from campus clients, the creative team at Western Colorado University struggled to keep their head above water. It wasn’t until they found a tool to help relieve the overload of design requests that they were able to properly focus their energy on admissions.
D1 Training reaped both the benefits and struggles of a rapidly growing franchise. With 25+ locations around the country, they struggled to keep eyes on every piece of marketing collateral that went out. See how Lucidpress helped them lock down their brand while still staying “hands off” with their franchisees.
Club Pilates old system for brand templating left franchisees with designs that were static and hard to customize. The result? Claudia, Marketing Director, was often left with the task of designing every piece of content by hand. Read on to find out how she solved her design dilemma.
Colorado State University
Colorado State is a land-grant institution, which means it’s specialized to teach agriculture and military tactics… it also means the university’s influence and brand spreads across the state. Managing marketing materials stemming from campus partners around the state became almost to much for graphic designer Doug Garcia. Until he found Lucidpress, that is.
First Team Real Estate
Building brand authority doesn’t happen in a day — but all it takes is a series of small inconsistencies to undo the hard work put into brand visibility. Read how the folks at First Team, led by the Director of Marketing Sandy Chang, got ahead of the game and offset this potential obstacle before the penalties added up.
Prestige and consistency are critical aspects of maintaining a university’s brand image and presence. Learn more about how Rick Pallansch of Towson University unlocked the key to pacing the production of university-branded assets while simultaneously empowering multiple departments with their very own customizable solutions.
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices
Marketing and brand managers at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices talk about what led them to need a product like Lucidpress, and how they use lockable templates to ensure their agents stay on brand without having to bog down the central creative team.
Kenston Local Schools
Andreas, Director of Technology Integration, needed to roll out an alternative design software for 3,000+ students but struggled to find a realistic option.
“When we looked at Lucidpress we thought, look, it does what Publisher does and it’s in the cloud,” IT Director Bramley said. “It solved our problem immediately.”
MHA's various communities were all using their own marketing tactics until a simple Google search for "newsletter template" led their Marketing Specialist to finally find the unifying solution.
This real estate company is making waves by making it possible for people to buy a house before they sell their current one. As a growing startup with only one full-time designer, the marketing team is busy. We talked to Morgan Turner, Growth Marketing Manager at Orchard, to see how templatized content helps them get things done.