iDiz provides strategic creative for companies that care.
We help companies grow market share through strategic branding, creative marketing campaigns, and user-friendly web sites.
Can iDiz do what I need done?
It's quite likely. And if you don't really know what you need done, we can help you figure it out, and then develop a strategy and a plan.
Not everything we can do or have done is on this site, or expressed in exactly the same words you might use. If you're not sure whether something fits into our areas of expertise, give us a call or shoot us an email and ask. We won't bite, and we won't bug you. Promise.
Are you expensive?
No, we're not expensive. We're not cheap, either. But compared to other firms doing similar things, we're near the low end. We don't have a team of sales droids. Nor do we work in a huge glass building in a trendy coastal city. We walk, ride, and drive to work in a groovy old house in a groovy old neighborhood in Indianapolis.
Is iDiz right for you? Are you right for iDiz?
You're picky. We're picky too. We like to work with companies that care about the people and world around them, that try to be as human and authentic as we strive to be. That's a big reason we mostly work with credit unions. We don't try to offer something for everyone; we'd rather be everything for a few special clients.
Who We Are
Since we don't have sales droids, all clients work directly with the creatives assigned to a project. Chances are, you will be talking to one or all of these four at some point:
- Kent Dicken is CEO/El Queso Grande of iDiz. When not designing logos or consulting with clients, Kent likely can be found renovating a local community park, repairing the 110-year old home of iDiz, or growing hops and brewing craft beer.
- Former watermelon farmer Brian Wringer wears several hats for iDiz Incorporated, including Web Projects Manager, Wordsmith, and Big Idea Guy. He builds better credit unions by day and weird old motorcycles by night.
- Our senior designer, Jon Cooper has been a creative life force within iDiz for over a decade, throwing pixels around as if his career depended upon it.
- As Art Director and Co-owner of iDiz (and a 4th degree black belt), Janet Dicken has the chops to keep both project and financial workflows moving.
How the heck do you pronounce "iDiz"?
It's pronounced "ideas." And that's exactly what it means.