Ocreative is a savvy, independent,
people-driven agency near Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Our clients are some of the best in the industry. We provide solutions for forward-thinking companies. Our work showcases our expertise in brand identity, marketing, graphic design, and digital.
Clients trust us to consistently develop innovative brand identities, smart graphic and website design, and results-driven marketing strategies. At Ocreative, previously Ocreative Design Studio, our creative and technical execution of marketing strategies makes our clients’ products and services stand out, stand tall, and demand attention. Our goal is for our work to meet the demands and challenges of our clients’ competitive industries while capturing the attention of their audiences. Sound like a match? Let’s start a conversation.
Andrea’s philosophy as owner and creative principal of Ocreative is that good creative captures attention but great creative captures both attention and results.
An award-winning graphic designer, Andrea founded Ocreative in 2003. She saw a need for bold creative that could be integrated not only into traditional media, but also into the growing web market to produce interest, excitement and results. Initially, Andrea ran Ocreative as a one-woman show, in which she wore every hat, juggled every ball and managed to keep it all going successfully… so successfully that she attracted more and more satisfied clients. The agency’s diverse client base has grown over the past 10 years to include everything from small businesses to non profits to multimillion dollar corporations. As a result of her success, she was happily forced to give up her solo act and build a strong team of creative thinkers and developers.
Andrea knows what a significant impact color can have on a company’s product and brand. She honed in on our natural abilities with color and is a certified color consultant trained under International color guru, Leatrice Eiseman, the Executive Director of the Pantone Color Institute.
When she isn’t creating amazing color palettes and test driving typefaces on her Mac (collecting examples of lowercase g is her personal favorite), you will find her hanging out with her family, building her Pinterest collection, painting the day away, or catching the latest blockbuster.
One of Matt’s favorite quotes is by Boeing 747 team leader, Joe Sutter, on creating the world’s first jumbo jet, “When we were told, ‘it’s impossible,’ we knew it was the right way to be done.” Matt takes on that same philosophy at Ocreative, knowing that thinking outside the box and figuring out how to make it happen is not only part of the fun, but also how you can stay ahead of the rest.
Matt is likely, one of the first people that you will meet at Ocreative. He’s a great people person and one of the Account Executives and our New Account Manager. Matt is a unique breed of person who can not only can communicate well with clients but understands how important it is for companies to continually market their business, communicate in a clear and concise way with their audience, and stay true to their brand.
Matt began his days as a multi-media designer gaining his Bachelor of Fine Art from the University of Wisconsin-Stout. He became an award-winning developer who refused to let new web standards pass him by. Now at Ocreative, he uses that background in business administration and multi-media design to speak with clients about their digital initiatives in their marketing plans.
After hours and on the weekends, you’ll find Matt spending time with his family and friends. You may even see him out on a camping excursion, modifying Pinewood Derby cars with his sons, or judging the Raingutter Regatta for his Cub Scout Den.
Most people are either left or right brained, but Teresa is both. And thank goodness, because as Multimedia Designer/Developer she has the exciting – and challenging - role of front-end development of client websites so they are eye-catching, but also deliver a satisfying user experience. After all, if you can’t navigate the site or get it to load properly, what good is the creative?
Teresa serves as the link between design and coding. She has the unique gift of seeing a website through the eyes of the consumer, a strength she developed after working for more than 10 years in retail e-marketing for one of the largest home improvement companies in the Midwest.
One of her favorite parts of multimedia is its constant evolution, especially with the explosion of mobile users and mobile apps that require cutting edge programming and adaptability. Teresa keeps a light-hearted sense of humor to balance it all.
Teresa is a great illustrator so you'll find her putting those skills to use for clients and Ocreative projects. She can also make those illustrations animate in a web or HD video.
When Teresa is not digging through HTML code or fine-tuning sites for clients, she’s writing short fiction. Recently, she published her first e-book!
By stepping into the future using the latest web technology, Paul believes that the end-user experience and client satisfaction co-exist. Combine that with rock solid communication you have a recipe for a great client relationship, a better web experience, and an overall end result that everyone can be proud of.
With Paul’s 8 years of web experience, he has a knack for turning the technical jargon into words that anyone can understand. Perhaps this stems back to his early introduction to computers as a hobby growing up.
Each day, Paul likes to take a few minutes to fill up on all the latest news, technology and “hot-off-the-wire” topics that can not only fill his arsenal of ideas for projects, but also keep him ahead of the curve. One of his favorite places on the web to read is &amp;lt;a href=&amp;quot;http://www.reddit.com/&amp;quot;&amp;gt;&amp;lt;span style=&amp;quot;color: #007987&amp;quot;&amp;gt;Reddit&amp;lt;/span&amp;gt;&amp;lt;/a&amp;gt;.
After work and weekends, you may find Paul on the golf course, cruising down a snow-covered mountain on his snowboard, or scaling a cliff. Perusing his passion for rock climbing, he once climbed a 544-foot cliff in New Hampshire with future passions to climb the 3,000-foot El Capitan in Yosemite National Park!