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Super Bowl 50

By on Jan 25, 2016

Every year the Super Bowl is one of the most watched programs. It draws all sorts of people, even those who do not normally watch sports programming, with its pageantry and shareable commercials. This year, the NFL has been pushing the advertising and marketing of the Super Bowl extra hard as it is the 50th […]

Farmington Church of Christ: Logo in Action

By on Jan 19, 2016

I enjoy designing logos. One of my favorites that I have recently done is the Farmington Church of Christ logo. Not only is it simple but it ties together the building’s architecture with the church’s mission. The church uses the logo on all their letterhead, invitation cards, and signage through out the building. It also […]

Ozark Ultimate Magazine

By on Jan 7, 2016

During college I fell in love with a sport called ultimate. I was pretty decent at it and enjoyed challenging myself to constantly get better. That was back in 2001, and at the time there wasn’t much in the way of ultimate news — except what the Ultimate Players Association would put out in their […]

Tulip Mania and the App Boom

By on Jan 5, 2016

In the 17th century Holland was very suddenly a rich and powerful country. Positioned as a world trade leader, wealth flowed through her many ships. At the same time, tulips from explorations in modern day Turkey were brought back and readily grew in the cold and boggy climate the Dutch called home. Tulips were very […]

The Mobile Web vs Native Apps

By on Jan 4, 2016

We are in the midst of a revolution, and like most midsts of most revolutions, it’s really messy and unsettled. It’s crazy times. Should you support the Mobile Web party, the party of freedom and interoperability and keeping-things-simple? Or the Native App party, the party of walled gardens and specific platforms and easy monetization? The […]

Happy 2016!

By on Jan 1, 2016

Happy 2016! We at Red Rook Royal hope that 2015 was a blast and that 2016 will be even better. Here’s to new websites, logos, and press releases.