Located in Portland, Oregon, Three Fifteen Design has been partnering with brands since 2009; bridging the gap between your message and the way it’s expressed.

Three Fifteen Design is a full-service branding studio focused on intentional design for creatives & businesses, big and small.

The Independent Creative, Uncategorized

November 19, 2012

I am so excited for this post in my series, The Independent Creative. It’s the very first guest post on the Three Fifteen Design blog, and I couldn’t be more excited that Alison Murray is the guest. Alison (or Ali as she’s known around these parts) is an amazing photographer based in Oregon. She & her […]

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The Independent Creative, Uncategorized

November 2, 2012

Hooray for a new post in my series for the independent creative. So far, I’ve dicussed: Accounting Time Management The Independent Creative Introduction I thought it would be fun to talk about something, well, FUN! So much of our journey in being an independent creative revolves around the business side of our business … like […]

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Brand Identity & Design, The Independent Creative, Uncategorized

August 10, 2012

In continuing my “The Independent Creative” series (a series about my journey of becoming my own boss), I knew I’d have to address the not-always-exciting topic of accounting. While it’s not very exciting to talk about, it should be one of the easiest parts of your business to manage once you have a solid plan in place. […]

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Brand Identity & Design, The Independent Creative, Uncategorized

June 13, 2012

So very excited to start my Independent Creative series. As promised, this series will give a little insight into my journey towards becoming an independent studio owner. Of course, I would love to start off with the super-fun parts of running your own business, but I’m thinking we should start with the more serious topics […]

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Brand Identity & Design, The Independent Creative, Uncategorized

May 30, 2012

Last month, I quietly celebrated one full year of being an independent business owner. While I’ve had my own business for about 3 years now, it took me a bit before I was ready to take the leap to full time self-employment. Over the past year, I made some mistakes, but more importantly, that trial […]

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